implemented social responsibility programs, including
skills transfer, industry education, charitable
sponsorships and community development plans since its
TRAVERSIO is committed to employment creation. A
shining example is TRAVERSIO in South Africa. Since its inception, TRAVERSIO
SA has been involved in the
skills transfer to previously disadvantaged learners
of the THETA accredited program – The National
Certificate in Tourism - Event Support through
Party Design Training and the
Institute of Event Management, and other sources.
TRAVERSIO has a policy of promotion from within our
organisation, so we invest considerable effort in
training our people.
TRAVERSIO SA is working on
an innovative project to extend the benefits of the
web-based marketing to South African communities that
ordinarily would not have access to such privilege.
The project is being piloted by transferring the
skills required to the community who in turn develop
the product, thereby empowering them to do it
themselves. TRAVERSIO is driving the private
sector commitment to the project.
sponsors its services to Charitable causes, the most
recent being the 2003 WORLD COOKS TOUR in South
Africa, raising money in aid of combating hunger.
implemented a series of Industry workshops and
training. Recognising the need to enhance technology
skills in this industry, TRAVERSIO put an industry
programme for the quarterly staging of educational
events in South Africa and Australia. The aim is to raise industry skills to
international levels – and convey the importance of
embracing IT to become a truly international
destination. The pilot event with SAACI (Southern
African Association for the Conference Industry) was a major