AFTA has kicked off a triennial review of the AFTA Travel Accreditation Scheme (ATAS), advertising a short term contract for an Independent Reviewer to examine the ATAS Charter and Code of Conduct.
The Federation will solicit industry input from interested parties during a submission period from 11 Apr to 08 May 2022, with the appointed Reviewer required to lodge a formal report on their findings to the AFTA Board by 03 Jun.
“The aim of the review is to receive feedback and suggested improvements…into the effectiveness and operation of the ATAS scheme,” AFTA said.
“As the travel sector’s largest accreditation program, it is a central pillar in building consumer and business confidence as we recover from the impacts of COVID-19,” the Federation added.
Applicants for the role are required to have knowledge and experience of the Australian Consumer Law, travel, legal expertise and code reviews.
Applications should be submitted to AFTA’s Head of Compliance and Operations, Naomi Menon by 08 Apr, with a fixed fee to be negotiated.