Make your travel agent career work for you
For our Leisure training course, you’ll have:
- Minimum 3 years’ travel sales experience
- Worked in a customer-facing role selling holidays
- Worked as a travel agent or for a tour operator
Travel Counsellor Imelda McCarthy shares her journey to becoming a Travel Counsellor and how it has completely changed her and her family's lives.More about our franchise
In our second year in business, Cork-based Sarah McCarthy joined Travel Counsellors Ireland. That was in 2006 when her son’s Frank and Danny were both young babies. 13 years later, she juggles motherhood with a very successful travel business.More about our business model
With an average of 25 years’ travel industry experience, our accredited trainers and coaches deliver best-in-class training, setting you firmly on the path to a successful new career as a work from home travel agent. Your initial training is in small groups covering all aspects of running your own successful travel agency franchise.
"Yes, and we encourage you to sell holidays to your friends and family, as well as asking them for referrals and recommendations to grow your travel business. You can book your own holidays too, with a 0% commission."
"Yes, we ask for a minimum of 3 years' experience in a customer-facing role as a travel agent or tour operator selling holidays to be eligible to join us as a Leisure Travel Counsellor."
"The average earnings of a Leisure Travel Counsellor who has been in the business for two years is £35,000, but our top earners make over £100,000 per year."