Coach-driven travel is getting more popular as more travellers are looking for flexibility, but they’re also taking their own security training online.
A study by travel advice site Travel.com shows the number of online travel coaching courses and travel coaching certificates have grown by a third in the past year.
Some courses now cater to those travelling to Asia, Europe, North America and Australia.
But the majority of courses are designed to give people a more structured, more hands-on training experience.
The company found that more than 80% of online courses cater to people with a travel-related disability.
The courses often include a video course or a guide to help people navigate the online world and navigate online travel.
And they tend to focus on topics such as personal safety, travel advice, and personal finance, as well as travel logistics and insurance.
The average course cost $9.95, which includes a video, an audio and a written guide, according to the study.
But it’s worth considering that the courses aren’t always free, with many courses starting at around $3,000.
If you’re thinking of hiring a coach, the company suggests you search for a company that offers flexible travel coaching.
You can also find out more about online travel training through Travel.coop.