Welcome to Sri LankaTraining.com an online training portal and trade website for Sri Lanka in association with Sri Lanka Tourism.
(*Ayubowan is the traditional Sri Lankan greeting and means "may you be blessed with long life")
This website aims to not only help you understand our wonderful island, but it aims to serve as a reference tool that you can come back to time and time again. The site is supported by a quarterly e-newsletter so register now to receive newsletters.
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The training course will take approximately an hour to complete. You can stop and come back whenever you need to. Just remember to finish the quiz before logging off. If you don't close the browser or switch of the computer, you should be able to come back to exactly where you left.
If you get stuck at any point just e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
WITFM - What's in it for me? I hear you ask...
Here is what some agents have to say :
Found it very interesting and just the right length, thank you. I’ve been to Sri Lanka myself but not the North or East, so was interested to learn about those areas (and am now very tempted to return next year – the elephant gathering at Minneriya looks fascinating). Sarah Martin, Travel Counsellors
The training was great and I learnt heaps about Sri Lanka making me want to visit even more! The training was informative, not boring or too long. It's one of the best online training courses I have done for keeping the attention and being easy to learn. Thanks! Zoe Jones, STA Travel
It was good to see lots of imagery and most importantly I was able to learn alot about the travelling distances between each of the core visitor attractions. It was also useful to be able to open two training sessions so I can have the quiz as well as the training modules which you can refer to when answering the questions. Some other tourist board training modules do not allow this. Steve Manley, Virgin Holidays
Bo-Ho-Mo Ee-sthu-thi (Thank you very much)
for your interest in Sri Lanka....