Sabre – Professional

  • £229.00

    This Sabre course provides you with comprehensive training in the Sabre GDS system. It is suitable for beginners as well as those with some prior knowledge of a GDS and will provide you with an expert level of knowledge in Sabre GDS. This expert course covers the follow subject is great detail.

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Sabre Course: Professional

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Part one

  • Part 1 – Navigational Tutorial
  • Part 2 – Course outline
  • Part 3 – What is a GDS?
  • Part 4 – Signing in
  • Part 5 – Signing out
  • Part 6 – Switching agent assembly areas
  • Part 7 – Encoding city, airport and airline names
  • Part 8 – Decoding city, airport and airline codes
  • Part 9 – Encoding and decoding aircraft equipment
  • Part 10 – Encoding and decoding states and countries
  • Part 11 – Review questions
  • Part 12 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Retrieving and Ignoring PNRs
  • Part 2 – Retrieve a PNR from a Similar Name List
  • Part 3 – Miscellaneous entries used to retrieve PNRs
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying PNR subfields
  • Part 2 – Display PNR history
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying basic city pair availability
  • Part 2 – North American time zones
  • Part 3 – More about city pair availability
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Return travel
  • Part 2 – Display return availability
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Verify a specific flight’s itinerary
  • Part 2 – Display more extensive flight details
  • Part 3 – Display flight details from itinerary
  • Part 4 – Decode mixed booking code symbols
  • Part 5 – Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers
  • Part 6 – Air extras
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Book a flight from a CPA display
  • Part 2 – Book seats on a connection
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Enter a passenger name
  • Part 2 – Enter an infant’s name into PNR name field
  • Part 3 – Enter passenger phone number into a PNR
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Enter a ticketing date into the PNR
  • Part 2 – Make an immediate ticketing entry
  • Part 3 – Enter received-from information into a PNR
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Construct and end a complete PNR
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Cancel reservations
  • Part 2 – Changing and deleting basic passenger data
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Entering remarks into a PNR
  • Part 2 – Form of payment remark
  • Part 3 – Passenger address remarks
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Enter an agency address
  • Part 2 – Enter e-mail addresses
  • Part 3 – Enter frequent flyer numbers
  • Part 4 – Enter frequent flyer numbers into multi-passenger PNR
  • Part 5 – Enter frequent flyer number for specific segments
  • Part 6 – Transmit frequent flyer number between airlines
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Facts Messages
  • Part 2 – Enter OSI messages
  • Part 3 – Enter SSR messages
  • Part 4 – Enter an SSR for an infant
  • Part 5 – Enter an SSR for an unaccompanied minor
  • Part 6 – TSA Secure Flight documentation
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Changing and deleting remarks
  • Part 2 – Changing and deleting agency addresses
  • Part 3 – Changing and deleting frequent flyer information
  • Part 4 – Changing and deleting AFAX and GFAX messages
  • Part 5 – Review questions
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display CPA for a specific airline
  • Part 2 – Change the time of an existing CPA display
  • Part 3 – Change the date in an existing CPA display
  • Part 4 – Display return avail specifying number of days
  • Part 5 – Change departure or arrival city in CPA display
  • Part 6 – Display availability for booking code
  • Part 7 – Specify a connecting city in a CPA display
  • Part 8 – Display flights according to arrival time
  • Part 9 – Review questions
  • Part 10 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to GDS communication methods
  • Part 2 – Sales tags
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Direct Sell
  • Part 2 – Enter open segments
  • Part 3 – Waitlist a segment
  • Part 4 – Record a flight with a booking-confirmed segment
  • Part 5 – Enter an arrival-unknown segment
  • Part 6 – Journey types in PNR itineraries
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Change the date in an existing itinerary segment
  • Part 2 – Cancel and rebook segments using single entry
  • Part 3 – Change booking code in existing itineraries
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Insert a new segment after an existing segment
  • Part 2 – Insert an itinerary segment before segment 1
  • Part 3 – Insert an ARNK segment
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Reduce the number of passengers in a party
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Divide a PNR
  • Part 2 – Divide out a psgr who does not share last name
  • Part 3 – Divide a shared name
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – STARs
  • Part 2 – Display and read STARs
  • Part 3 – Move STAR lines into a PNR
  • Part 4 – First and second level STARs
  • Part 5 – Building a STAR
  • Part 6 – Adding lines to a new STAR
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Make seat assignments based on area preference
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to seat maps
  • Part 2 – Display a seat map
  • Part 3 – Display seat maps from other airlines
  • Part 4 – Display seat map from Qantas Airways
  • Part 5 – Display seat map from British Airways
  • Part 6 – Display seat map from United Airlines
  • Part 7 – Display a non-standard seat map
  • Part 8 – Air Extras seats
  • Part 9 – Review questions
  • Part 10 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Assign seats by exact seat number
  • Part 2 – Assign multiple seats in single entry by nbrs
  • Part 3 – Cancel reserved seats
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – About queues
  • Part 2 – Obtain an overall queue count
  • Part 3 – Access a queue
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Enter queue placement remark
  • Part 2 – Place a PNR on a queue manually
  • Part 3 – Change segment status
  • Part 4 – Process airline schedule changes
  • Part 5 – Process PNRs that have cleared the waitlist
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display date for an upcoming day of the week
  • Part 2 – Calculate dates by addition
  • Part 3 – Calculate dates by subtraction
  • Part 4 – Look up current time for any city in the world
  • Part 5 – Calculate time difference between two cities
  • Part 6 – Convert currency
  • Part 7 – Calculator functions
  • Part 8 – Converting temperatures
  • Part 9 – Converting distances
  • Part 10 – FLIFO displays
  • Part 11 – Minimum connecting times display
  • Part 12 – Review questions
  • Part 13 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to DRS
  • Part 2 – Accessing and using DRS
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Format Finder
  • Part 2 – Using the Contents
  • Part 3 – Using the Index
  • Part 4 – Using the Search
  • Part 5 – Using the Favorites
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Total Access
  • Part 2 – Direct Access availability
  • Part 3 – Direct Access availability with a single entry
  • Part 4 – Direct Access availability with a shorter entry
  • Part 5 – Direct Access seat maps, flight details and DRS
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Multi Access
  • Part 2 – Multi Access Entries
  • Part 3 – More efficient ways of using multi access
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 1-3
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 4-7
  • Exercise 3 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 8-11
  • Exercise 4 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 12-15
  • Exercise 5 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 16-18
  • Exercise 6 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 19-22
  • Exercise 7 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 23-26
  • Exercise 8 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 27-28
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 1-3
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 4-7
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 8-11
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 12-15
  • Quiz 5 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 16-18
  • Quiz 6 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 19-22
  • Quiz 7 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 23-26
  • Quiz 8 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 27-28
  • Quiz 9 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 29-31
  • Quiz 10 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 32-33
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – UK Students

Part two

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Classes of service and basic restrictions
  • Part 3 – Single airline fare displays
  • Part 4 – Shortcut fare entry to change airline
  • Part 5 – Fare displays for all airlines
  • Part 6 – Fare inclusion codes and child/infant fares
  • Part 7 – Fare Shortcut and Update Entries
  • Part 8 – Foreign currency fare displays
  • Part 9 – Review questions
  • Part 10 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying fare rules
  • Part 2 – Review questions
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Pricing an itinerary
  • Part 2 – International itinerary pricing
  • Part 3 – Review questions
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Rebooking itinerary using Bargain Finder entry
  • Part 2 – Review Questions
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Specifying passenger types in a WP entry
  • Part 2 – Segment selection in a WP entry
  • Part 3 – Passenger selection in the WP entry
  • Part 4 – Forced connection in the WP entry
  • Part 5 – Combining secondary action codes in a WP entry
  • Part 6 – Sell city, ticket city and date, currency in WP
  • Part 7 – Canadian secondary action codes in WP
  • Part 8 – Validating carrier in WP
  • Part 9 – Commission in WP
  • Part 10 – Review Questions
  • Part 11 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Price quote record (PQ)
  • Part 2 – Link and unlink names to price quote record
  • Part 3 – Delete price quote record
  • Part 4 – Split Form of Payment with FP Lines
  • Part 5 – Review Questions
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Introduction to ticketing
  • Part 2 – Issue tickets
  • Part 3 – Paper tickets
  • Part 4 – Issuing tickets without stored pricing
  • Part 5 – End a PNR and issue a ticket
  • Part 6 – Other ticketing arrangements – PTA and TOD
  • Part 7 – Voiding tickets
  • Part 8 – Ticket exchange overview
  • Part 9 – Review questions
  • Part 10 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Ticketing from the queue
  • Part 1 – Introduction to invoice and itinerary functions
  • Part 2 – Sending a PNR to the DWLIST
  • Part 3 – Printing from the DWLIST
  • Part 4 – Variations to the I and I entries
  • Part 5 – Automated I and I functions
  • Part 6 – I and I remarks
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 1-2
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 3-6
  • Exercise 3 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 7-8
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Date Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 1-2
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 3-6
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 7-9
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – UK Students

Part three

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Introduction to the Cars Plus System
  • Part 3 – Encoding and decoding cars
  • Part 4 – Construct and interpret vehicle codes
  • Part 5 – Car vendor associates list
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Displaying a shopper’s car quote
  • Part 2 – Shopper’s car quote with vehicle type
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Shopper’s car quote from a segment
  • Part 2 – Booking from a shopper’s car quote
  • Part 3 – Direct connect link
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Single-company car quote
  • Part 2 – Single-company car quote with vehicle type
  • Part 3 – Single-company car quote from segment
  • Part 4 – Booking from a single-company car quote display
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Car quote entries with optional modifiers
  • Part 2 – Specifying rate plans in car quotes
  • Part 3 – Specifying rate categories in a car quote
  • Part 4 – Specifying currency in car quote display
  • Part 5 – Specifying counter location in car quote display
  • Part 6 – Specifying mileage in a shopper’s car quote
  • Part 7 – Combining optional fields in a car quote
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Change city in a car quote
  • Part 2 – Change dates in a car quote
  • Part 3 – Change times in a car quote
  • Part 4 – Change vehicle type in a car quote
  • Part 5 – Change the vendor in a car quote
  • Part 6 – Change rate plan in a car quote
  • Part 7 – Change the rate category in a car quote
  • Part 8 – Change currency in a car quote
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Booking by referencing segment
  • Part 2 – Optional fields added to a car sell entry
  • Part 3 – Add customer name to car sell entry
  • Part 4 – Add special equipment field to sell entry
  • Part 5 – Add special information to sell entry
  • Part 6 – Add ID to sell entry
  • Part 7 – The guarantee field
  • Part 8 – Written confirmation field
  • Part 9 – Combine the optional fields
  • Part 10 – Segment modification
  • Part 11 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Car location lists
  • Part 2 – Display car quote from a location list
  • Part 3 – Car location list from a car quote display
  • Part 4 – Extra-day/hour charge displays
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Car rules displays
  • Part 2 – Corporate car policy displays
  • Part 3 – Local policy displays
  • Part 4 – Display policy info from a car quote display
  • Part 5 – Policy info from a location list
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of entries taught in Lessons 1-4
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of entries taught in Lessons 5-7
  • Exercise 3 – Practice of entries taught in Lessons 8 and 9
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Data 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 8-9
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam

Part four

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Introduction to the SHAARP PLUS hotel system
  • Part 3 – Encoding and decoding hotels
  • Part 4 – Display a hotel index
  • Part 5 – Display a hotel index from a PNR segment
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display a hotel description
  • Part 2 – Display a second hotel description
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display a hotel rate description
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Book a hotel room
  • Part 2 – Booking a hotel room – second PNR
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display a hotel index without specifying a date
  • Part 2 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Hotel reference points
  • Part 2 – Retrieve hotel index display by ref point
  • Part 3 – Reference point lists for states and countries
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Search qualifiers added to a hotel index entry
  • Part 2 – Hotel index with chain qualifier
  • Part 3 – Hotel index with name qualifier
  • Part 4 – Hotel index with address qualifier
  • Part 5 – Hotel index with zip code qualifier
  • Part 6 – Hotel index with location qualifier
  • Part 7 – Hotel index with distance and direction qualifier
  • Part 8 – Hotel index with currency qualifier
  • Part 9 – Hotel index with rate range qualifier
  • Part 10 – Hotel index with rate category qualifier
  • Part 11 – Hotel index with room or bed type qualifier
  • Part 12 – Hotel index with transportation qualifier
  • Part 13 – Hotel index with condominium/suite qualifier
  • Part 14 – Hotel index combining search qualifiers
  • Part 15 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Hotel index redisplays
  • Part 2 – Delete a hotel index qualifier
  • Part 3 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Advanced hotel description entries
  • Part 2 – Hotel description by property number
  • Part 3 – Display a shortened hotel description
  • Part 4 – Hotel Guarantee policy
  • Part 5 – Practice booking hotel rooms using entries taught in the lesson
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Advanced sell entries
  • Part 2 – Special information field in the sell entry
  • Part 3 – Sell entry with bed and crib requests
  • Part 4 – Extra person request in the sell entry
  • Part 5 – Id Numbers in the sell entry
  • Part 6 – Sell entry requesting written confirmation
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Sell entries with guarantee field
  • Part 2 – Sell entry guaranteed with credit card
  • Part 3 – Sell entry guaranteed with an address
  • Part 4 – Sell entry guaranteed to a corporation
  • Part 5 – Sell entries combining optional fields
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Hotel Segment modification
  • Part 2 – Segment modification to change dates
  • Part 3 – Segment modification to change room information
  • Part 4 – Recap
  • Exercise 1 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 1-4
  • Exercise 2 – Practice of entries taught in lessons 5-9
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Emulator
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 1-4
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material taught in lessons 5-9
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material taught in Lessons 10-12
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam

Part five

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Accessing the Amtrak system
  • Part 3 – Determining station codes
  • Part 4 – Displaying Amtrak fares
  • Part 5 – Displaying Amtrak availability
  • Part 6 – Booking Amtrak
  • Part 7 – Review questions
  • Part 8 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Pricing Amtrak and determining Best Buy
  • Part 2 – Ticketing an Amtrak itinerary immediately
  • Part 3 – Ticketing an Amtrak itinerary with future ticketing
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Claiming an Amtrak PNR
  • Part 2 – Checking train status
  • Part 3 – Canceling Amtrak segments
  • Part 4 – Using the Amtrak DRS
  • Part 5 – Review questions
  • Part 6 – Recap
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 1-3
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Emulator

Part six

  • Part 1 – Course outline
  • Part 2 – Accessing Directours, selecting a product
  • Part 3 – Add psgr details to the Booking Set
  • Part 4 – Applying payment to Directours booking
  • Part 5 – Practice another charter booking in Directours
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 7 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Make an ITC booking
  • Part 2 – Adding additional product components
  • Part 3 – Edit the Booking Set
  • Part 4 – Applying a balance due to a Directours booking
  • Part 5 – Common Directour errors
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Introduction to TourGuide
  • Part 2 – Accessing TourGuide, selecting a product
  • Part 3 – Second TourGuide booking
  • Part 4 – Review questions
  • Part 5 – Recap
  • Part 1 – Display a TourGuide reservation
  • Part 2 – Modify a TourGuide reservation
  • Part 3 – Apply payment to a TourGuide reservation
  • Part 4 – Cancel a TourGuide reservation
  • Part 5 – Miscellaneous TourGuide Screens
  • Part 6 – Review questions
  • Part 1 – Introduction to ORG/Travelfile
  • Part 2 – Accessing and exiting ORG
  • Part 3 – ORG Advanced Search
  • Part 4 – Miscellaneous ORG features
  • Part 5 – ORG News and Updates
  • Part 6 – ORG Mail and Reservation Managers
  • Part 7 – ORG EZ Destination Search
  • Part 8 – Review questions
  • Part 9 – Recap
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exercise 98 – Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Emulator

Included in this course:

  • Sabre GDS account creation
  • 6 months access to your Sabre account
  • 120 training hours
  • Structure: 70 lessons, 17 exercises, 20 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 Sabre
  • We are an approved reseller of VIASINC GDS training courses and we are authorised to issue certificates for Sabre 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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