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Euro Attractions Show reveals education programme
POSTED 29 Aug 2018 . BY Tom Walker
This year's Euro Attractions Show (EAS) will feature more than 100 hours of educational sessions, making it one of the largest learning programmes in the event's history.

Attendees to the show – which takes place in Amsterdam from 25 to 27 September – will be able to choose from seven different seminar tracks, covering topics from guest experience, digital, revenue, global challenges and marketing to design.

A brand new education track, focused on local challenges – outlining the challenges facing the saturated tourism market in Amsterdam – will also make its debut at the show.

Those taking part in the educational sessions will be eligible to receive eight credit hours toward IAAPA Certification, the official mark of professional achievement in the global attractions industry.

In addition to the 17 education sessions, attendees can also participate in various in-depth learning programmes and events – such as a three-day attractions industry management development course at the IAAPA Institute for Attractions Managers at Efteling theme park.

EAS is owned and organised by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), and is the largest conference and trade show dedicated to the attractions industry in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region.
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Euro Attractions Show reveals education programme
POSTED 29 Aug 2018 . BY Tom Walker
This year's Euro Attractions Show (EAS) will feature more than 100 hours of educational sessions, making it one of the largest learning programmes in the event's history.

Attendees to the show – which takes place in Amsterdam from 25 to 27 September – will be able to choose from seven different seminar tracks, covering topics from guest experience, digital, revenue, global challenges and marketing to design.

A brand new education track, focused on local challenges – outlining the challenges facing the saturated tourism market in Amsterdam – will also make its debut at the show.

Those taking part in the educational sessions will be eligible to receive eight credit hours toward IAAPA Certification, the official mark of professional achievement in the global attractions industry.

In addition to the 17 education sessions, attendees can also participate in various in-depth learning programmes and events – such as a three-day attractions industry management development course at the IAAPA Institute for Attractions Managers at Efteling theme park.

EAS is owned and organised by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), and is the largest conference and trade show dedicated to the attractions industry in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region.
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