SITTTSL010 - Use Computerised Reservation Systems (Sabre Personal Trainer)

Training Plan
Use computerised reservations or operations systems Apply

Increase your employability - learn the reservations system 435,000 travel agents worldwise use. This interactive skill based training is designed for people with no previous travel workplace experience using a GDS who wish to work in operations areas of the Industry. Sabre is one system that is used on a daily basis by airline, travel agency and tour company employees. Travel Agents Computer Reservations Systems (CRS) are also known as GDS (Global Distribution System). They are used for booking a range of travel products and services. This interactive course turns your PC or MAC into a simulated GDS, and you will learn how to check for product availability (airline seats, hotel rooms and car rental vehicles). You will learn to encode and decode the world's airports, cities, aircraft, airlines and more. You will also learn to check for availability of airline seats, hotel rooms and car rental vehicles, build full reservations, then retrieve them, amend them and cancel them. Next you will learn to quote airfares, read and interpret airfare rules, issue e-tickets for clients and a host of other formats and procedures.

Payment Plan
Payment Amount Paid By Upfront
Full payment $200.00 Student Yes
Note: All payments are represented in Australian dollars
Career Pathways

This interactive course could help you secure a position in working for an airline in the Reservations or Fares & Ticketing department, a Ticket Consolidator, Tour Operator or as a Travel Agent Travel Consultant. The knowledge you gain on this course underpins effective performance in many sectors of the industry.


Online - study at your own pace.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements to enrol in this course however keyboard skills are necessary for employemnt in the travel industry. A good level of English will also help.

Minimum system requirements are:
Broadband internet connection
Recommended Pentium 4 or higher computer with 256mb RAM
Monitor at 1024 x 768 resolution or higher
Internet Explorer 6.1 and higher or Firefox 1.5 and higher (Firefox 2.0+ recommended)

Qualification Requirements

On demonstration of competence and successful completion of this Unit of Competency a nationally accredited and industry recognised Statement of Attainment will be issued. This represents credit towards the SIT30116 Certificate III in Tourism.

Assessment Requirements

Progressive online training with optional certification on completion of course.

Delivery Mode


Materials or Equipment Required

Architecture and Platform Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, XP or 7

Hardware Requirements:
Pentium Class 90
32 MG of RAM
5 MB available hard disk space
16 bit sound card (optional)

Software Requirements:
Web browser with Java enabled and Flash Player.


Although this unit is delivered online, we support you via email, phone and skype throughout your studies.


If you are undertaking nationally recognised training in Australia, you will need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Visit the USI website at www.usi.gov.au to look yours up, to create one, or for further information on why you need one.

** Students undertaking nationally recognised training overseas do not require a USI and select 'International offshore students' when enrolling.


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