Galileo – Professional

  • £229.00

    If you want to become a Galileo expert, this is the course for you. This Galileo course covers every single element of Galileo GDS – all in great detail – with lots of exercises and quizzes to ensure that you become a true Galileo Professional.

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Galileo Course: Professional

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Part one

  • Part 1 – Navigational Tutorial
  • Part 2 – Course information and outline
  • Part 3 – What is a GDS?
  • Part 4 – Signing on to Galileo
  • Part 5 – Signing off Galileo
  • Part 6 – Switching agent assembly areas
  • Part 7 – Encoding cities and airports
  • Part 8 – Decoding cities and airports
  • Part 9 – Encoding airline names
  • Part 10 – Decoding airline codes
  • Part 11 – Encoding equipment types
  • Part 12 – Decoding equipment codes
  • Part 13 – Encoding countries
  • Part 14 – Decoding countries
  • Part 15 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Retrieve a booking file
  • Part 2 – Retrieve a BF from a similar name list
  • Part 3 – Miscellaneous ways to retrieve a BF
  • Part 4 – Display each BF field
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying delivery and mailing address fields
  • Part 2 – Displaying form-of-payment and notepad fields
  • Part 3 – Mileage membership field
  • Part 4 – Vendor remarks field
  • Part 5 – Service information field
  • Part 6 – Vendor locator field
  • Part 7 – Practise the entries taught in lesson 3
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying timetables
  • Part 2 – Displaying timetable with date
  • Part 3 – Displaying a return timetable
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display basic flight availability
  • Part 2 – Return travel
  • Part 3 – Display return availability
  • Part 4 – Display flight details
  • Part 5 – Airline Alliances, Codeshares, and Low Cost Carriers
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Book seats from availability
  • Part 2 – Book seats on a transfer from availability
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Create a BF name field
  • Part 2 – Create a BF name field for infant
  • Part 3 – Create telephone field
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Create the received-from field
  • Part 2 – Create field for immediate ticketing
  • Part 3 – Create ticketing field for future date
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Build a complete BF
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Cancelling itinerary segments
  • Part 2 – Change and delete data in the name field
  • Part 3 – Change and delete data in the phone field
  • Part 4 – Change and delete data in ticketing field
  • Part 5 – Change and delete data in received-from field
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Create form-of-payment field
  • Part 2 – Create the e-mail address field
  • Part 3 – Create the mailing and delivery address fields
  • Part 4 – Create the BF mileage membership field
  • Part 5 – Mileage membership for multi-passenger BF
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Add remarks to name field
  • Part 2 – Create the notepad field
  • Part 3 – Create vendor remarks field
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Learning about service information fields
  • Part 2 – Adding OSI data to the BF
  • Part 3 – Adding SSR data to the BF
  • Part 4 – Adding SSR data with explanatory text to BF
  • Part 5 – Adding SSR data for selected passengers and segments
  • Part 6 – Adding OSI and SSR messages for unaccompanied minors
  • Part 7 – SSR messages for infants
  • Part 8 – TSA Secure Flight documentation
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Changing and deleting data in the form-of-payment field
  • Part 2 – Changing and deleting data in the delivery address field
  • Part 3 – Changing and deleting data in the mailing address field
  • Part 4 – Deleting data from mileage membership field
  • Part 5 – Changing and deleting data in notepad field
  • Part 6 – Changing and deleting remarks in name field
  • Part 7 – Changing and deleting data in vendor remarks field
  • Part 8 – Changing and deleting data in OSI and SSR fields
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Availability by departure time
  • Part 2 – Availability of direct and transfer flights
  • Part 3 – Miscellaneous advanced availability entries
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Availability follow-up entries
  • Part 2 – Availability follow-up to change ordering
  • Part 3 – Availability follow-up to direct flights
  • Part 4 – Availability follow-up by airlines
  • Part 5 – Availability follow-up by airports
  • Part 6 – Availability follow-up by date
  • Part 7 – Availability follow-up by times
  • Part 8 – Availability follow-up combining entries
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Learning about advanced availability
  • Part 2 – Advanced aspects of Numeric and Alpha Availability
  • Part 3 – Display Last Seat Availability
  • Part 4 – Practise the entries taught in lesson 17
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Link indicator codes in availability
  • Part 2 – Display Carrier Specific Availability
  • Part 3 – Display Carrier Specific Availability directly
  • Part 4 – Practise the entries taught in lesson 18
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Selling by direct segment entry
  • Part 2 – Waitlist a segment
  • Part 3 – Enter an arrival-unknown segment
  • Part 4 – Enter an open segment
  • Part 5 – Enter a flight as already confirmed
  • Part 6 – Add flight times to already-confirmed segment
  • Part 7 – Already-waitlisted segments
  • Part 8 – Journey types in BF itineraries
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to the levels of sell
  • Part 2 – Secured, Super Guaranteed and Guaranteed Sell
  • Part 3 – Standard and Request Sell
  • Part 4 – Practise the entries taught in lesson 20
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Cancelling and rebooking segments
  • Part 2 – Additional cancelling and rebooking entries
  • Part 3 – Insert flight segments
  • Part 4 – Insert and book flights
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Insert data in phone field
  • Part 2 – Insert data in notepad field
  • Part 3 – Insert subfield into delivery address
  • Part 4 – Insert subfield into mailing address
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Dividing a BF
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Advanced seat reservation
  • Part 2 – Reserving seats by area preference
  • Part 3 – Reserving seats with passenger and segment selection
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Seat maps
  • Part 2 – Display a seat configuration map
  • Part 3 – Retrieve configuration map from availability
  • Part 4 – Seat availability maps
  • Part 5 – Miscellaneous entries to display seat maps
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Reserving seats by seat number
  • Part 2 – Reserving seats by seat number with passenger and segment selection
  • Part 3 – Changing seat reservations
  • Part 4 – Canceling seat reservations
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to the queue system
  • Part 2 – Obtain an overall queue count
  • Part 3 – Obtain a queue count for specific queue
  • Part 4 – Sign on to a queue
  • Part 5 – Sign on to a branch queue
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Create a review BF item
  • Part 2 – Delete a review BF item
  • Part 3 – Change a review booking file item
  • Part 4 – Queue placement
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Changing segment status
  • Part 2 – Flight time changes
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – General confirmations on queue 19
  • Part 2 – Unable-to-confirm queue
  • Part 3 – Work through branch office queues
  • Part 4 – Work through branch office queue 17
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Client Files
  • Part 2 – Display an Agency File
  • Part 3 – Display a Business File
  • Part 4 – Display a Personal File
  • Part 5 – Display Client File lines by qualifier code
  • Part 6 – Display Client File lines by transfer code
  • Part 7 – Display all levels of a Client File
  • Part 8 – Additional Practice Displaying Client Files
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Moving Client File lines
  • Part 2 – Move optional lines
  • Part 3 – Select move lines
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Build a Business File
  • Part 2 – Build a Personal File
  • Part 3 – Edit a Client File in progress
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – BF history
  • Part 2 – Individual parts of a BF’s history
  • Part 3 – Display parts of a history together
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Calculate dates by addition and subtraction
  • Part 2 – Calculator functions
  • Part 3 – Calculate times by addition and subtraction
  • Part 4 – Rate of exchange for currencies against own
  • Part 5 – Rate of exchange for currency
  • Part 6 – Convert specific amount of currency
  • Part 7 – Minimum connecting times
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Galileo on-line HELP
  • Part 2 – Galileo Information System ** GIS
  • Part 3 – Practice GIS entries
  • Part 4 – Display Galileo maps
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Work with 5 BFs
  • Exercise 2 – Display flight information
  • Exercise 3 – Create, modify 5 BFs
  • Exercise 4 – Create 5 BFs
  • Exercise 5 – Create 5 BFs
  • Exercise 6 – Create, change 5 BFs
  • Exercise 7 – Work with 3 BFs
  • Exercise 8 – Seat assignments
  • Exercise 9 – Work through queues
  • Exercise 10 – Creating BFs using Client Files
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Galileo Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 1-3
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 4-6
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 7-10
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 11-14
  • Quiz 5 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 15-18
  • Quiz 6 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 19-20
  • Quiz 7 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 21-23
  • Quiz 8 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 24-26
  • Quiz 9 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 27-30
  • Quiz 10 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 31-35
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – UK Students

Part two

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – The basic fare quote
  • Part 3 – Best Buy entries
  • Part 4 – Practise entries taught in Lesson 1
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Segment select pricing modifier
  • Part 2 – Passenger select pricing modifier
  • Part 3 – Passenger type modifier in fare quote
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display fare quote using no stopover modifier
  • Part 2 – Display fare quote using country modifier
  • Part 3 – Enter fare quote with a sale date
  • Part 4 – Combine modifiers in fare quote
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display details for multiple filed fares
  • Part 2 – Cancelling filed fares
  • Part 3 – Ignore a fare quote
  • Part 4 – Quoting a fare without filing it
  • Part 5 – File a fare from an FQA display
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Ticketing modifiers
  • Part 2 – Ticketing modifier update entry
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to ticketing
  • Part 2 – Basic ticketing
  • Part 3 – Paper tickets
  • Part 4 – Ticketing entry specifying a filed fare
  • Part 5 – Ticketing entry with passenger selection
  • Part 6 – Ticketing entries with modifiers
  • Part 7 – Entering the ticket number into the SSR field
  • Part 8 – Printing an itinerary-only document
  • Part 9 – Other ticketing arrangements – PTA and TOD
  • Part 10 – Voiding tickets
  • Part 11 – Ticket exchange overview
  • Part 12 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Ticket from queue 10
  • Part 1 – Basic fare displays
  • Part 2 – Retrieve a basic fare display
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Fare displays of specific fare type
  • Part 2 – Fare display for passengers other than adults
  • Part 3 – Miscellaneous fare display entries
  • Part 4 – Quick-change fare redisplay entries
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – North American fare displays
  • Part 1 – Galileo fare notes system
  • Part 2 – Display a paragraph menu
  • Part 3 – Display the contents of a paragraph
  • Part 4 – Display paragraph notes directly
  • Part 5 – Retrieve a complete display of fare notes
  • Part 6 – Practise the entries taught in Lesson 11
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Retrieve a fare component display from fare quote
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of the entries taught in Lessons 1-4
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of the entries taught in Lessons 5-7
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Galileo Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 1-4
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 5-7
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 8-10
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 11-12
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – UK Students

Part three

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Displaying a car index
  • Part 3 – Displaying a car index for a specific vendor
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Constructing and interpreting vehicle-type codes
  • Part 1 – Displaying low-to-high car availability
  • Part 2 – Low-to-high availability for a specific vendor
  • Part 3 – Car availability for a specific vehicle type
  • Part 4 – Car availability for a vendor and vehicle type
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Car availability from a flight segment
  • Part 2 – Car availability from a car index
  • Part 3 – Car availability for entire area of a car index
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Booking cars from CAL displays
  • Part 2 – Booking a car directly
  • Part 3 – Booking a car directly, referencing a flight segment
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to reference points
  • Part 2 – Using reference points in car entries
  • Part 3 – The reference point modifier in car entries
  • Part 4 – The location modifier in car entries
  • Part 5 – The distance and direction modifier in car entries
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to modifiers used with CAL only
  • Part 2 – The rate plan modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 3 – The rate category modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 4 – The currency modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 5 – The mileage modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 6 – The rate code modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 7 – The guarantee modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 8 – The drop-off modifier for CAL entries
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to the car update entries
  • Part 2 – Practice of the car update entries
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to optional car sell fields
  • Part 2 – Practice using optional car sell fields
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to car modification entries
  • Part 2 – Practice of car modification entries
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to car rule displays
  • Part 2 – Displaying car rules from a CAL display
  • Part 3 – Displaying car rules from a car segment
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to car description displays
  • Part 2 – Car corporate policy description displays
  • Part 3 – Displaying car corporate policy for a category directly
  • Part 4 – Car location policy description displays
  • Part 5 – Displaying car location policy for a category directly
  • Part 6 – Car location policy from an index
  • Part 7 – Car location policy from CAL
  • Part 8 – Car location policy from a car segment
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice researching car information
  • Exercise 2 – Practice making car bookings
  • Exercise 3 – Practice making car bookings
  • Exercise 4 – Practice making car bookings
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Galileo Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 1 and 2
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 3-5
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 6-8
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 9 and 10
  • Quiz 5 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 11 and 12
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam

Part four

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Display a hotel index from a flight segment
  • Part 3 – Display complete availability from a hotel index
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display hotel rules
  • Part 2 – Book a hotel room
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Hotel index by city code
  • Part 2 – Hotel index based on reference point
  • Part 3 – Display a list of reference points
  • Part 4 – Display a hotel index from reference point list
  • Part 5 – Hotel index from reference pnt similar names list
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to hotel search qualifiers
  • Part 2 – Index display by hotel chain
  • Part 3 – Display hotels by property type
  • Part 4 – Display a hotel by name
  • Part 5 – Display hotels by specific room type
  • Part 6 – Display hotels by rate category
  • Part 7 – Display hotels by room rate
  • Part 8 – Display hotels located in a general area
  • Part 9 – Display hotels by distance and/or direction
  • Part 10 – Search for hotels offering special features
  • Part 11 – Display hotels based on transportation offered
  • Part 12 – Combine hotel search qualifiers
  • Part 13 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Modify a hotel display in AAA
  • Part 2 – Update hotel display to add or change qualifier
  • Part 3 – Update hotel display to add string of qualifiers
  • Part 4 – Update hotel display to delete qualifier
  • Part 5 – Learn about hotel descriptions
  • Part 6 – Hotel description from index display
  • Part 7 – Obtain hotel description for booked hotel
  • Part 8 – Display hotel description by property number
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Learn about fields that may be added to sell entries
  • Part 2 – List optional fields added to hotel booking requests
  • Part 3 – Enter request for an extra adult
  • Part 4 – Request a roll-away bed in a sell entry
  • Part 5 – Request a crib
  • Part 6 – Enter a corporate discount number
  • Part 7 – Enter client’s address
  • Part 8 – Enter special information
  • Part 9 – Request a special room
  • Part 10 – Enter a request for a meal plan
  • Part 11 – Enter a customer name
  • Part 12 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Learn entries designed to modify hotel bookings
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of the entries taught in Lessons 1 and 2
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of the entries taught in Lessons 3 and 4
  • Exercise 3 – Practice of the entries taught in Lessons 5-7
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Schedules Galileo Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 1 and 2
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 3 and 4
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 5-7
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam

Part five

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Introduction to LeisureShopper
  • Part 3 – Basic LeisureShopper entries
  • Part 4 – Find a tour package
  • Part 5 – Check package availability
  • Part 6 – Select package components
  • Part 7 – Price a LeisureShopper tour package
  • Part 8 – Complete a LeisureShopper booking
  • Part 9 – LeisureShopper tour booking example
  • Part 10 – Apply payment to a LeisureShopper booking
  • Part 11 – Cancel a LeisureShopper booking
  • Part 12 – Review questions
  • Part 13 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to LeisureShopper Cruises
  • Part 2 – Check cruise availability
  • Part 3 – Select a rate code
  • Part 4 – Select a price category and cabin number
  • Part 5 – Enter passenger information and preferences
  • Part 6 – Price the cruise before completing the booking
  • Part 7 – Apply payment to a LeisureShopper Cruise booking
  • Part 8 – Cancel a cruise booking
  • Part 9 – Complete cruise booking example
  • Part 10 – Review questions
  • Part 11 – Recap
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Galileo Emulator

Part six

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Introduction to Timatic
  • Part 1 – The full text database
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – The specific database
  • Part 2 – Obtaining visa information
  • Part 3 – Obtaining visa information with the manual entry
  • Part 4 – Obtaining health information
  • Part 5 – Obtaining combined visa and health information
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Timatic city and country code tables, group lists
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Timatic rules
  • Part 2 – Timatic news
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Timatic help
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Display visa and health information by referencing a BF segment
  • Part 2 – Display other Timatic information by referencing a BF segment
  • Part 3 – Print a Timatic screen
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 1-3
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 4-7
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exercise 98 – Galileo Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Galileo Emulator

 


Included in this course:

  • Galileo GDS account creation
  • 6 months access to your Galileo account
  • 120 training hours
  • Structure: 65 lessons, 20 exercises, 24 quizzes, 6 exams, comprising 6 courses
  • Free certificate
  • Technical support


Additional information:

  • Most students complete this course in 120 hours but if you need more time you can buy additional hours
  • All our training in online and you can train at your own pace
  • This course is a fully-updated ’emulated’ course and not an official product of Galileo
  • We are an approved reseller of VIASINC GDS training courses and we are authorised to issue certificates for Galileo GDS courses
  • You will need to get 85% or more to pass the course
  • For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions page

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