Accreditation and Certification includes SATIC MEMBERSHIP

Australian Tourism Accreditation

The Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (ATAP) is suitable for all tourism businesses. It is not an onerous or prescriptive process; it is designed to apply to each individual business and assist you in quality management practices.

ATAP not only allows you to update your businesses policies and procedures, it provides you with valuable links to business development tools, templates and business examples.

Ecotourism Certification

ECO Certification is suitable for tourism businesses that provide high quality nature-based experiences and are environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.

The ECO Certification logo is a globally recognised brand, which assists travellers to choose and experience a genuine and authentic tourism experience that is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.

Climate Action Certification

The Climate Action Certification program is designed to assist you in reducing carbon emissions and assuring consumers that your products have a certified commitment to sustainable business practices and to addressing climate change.

Consumers are increasingly concerned about climate change and are looking for sustainable travel options.  Climate Action Certified businesses can be easily recognised as making real efforts to address those concerns.

Respecting Our Culture

Respecting Our Culture (ROC)  is an accreditation program designed for any tourism business that includes Indigenous content or enters into land significant to Indigenous people.

ROC ensures certified tourism experiences meet professional and sustainable standards and operate with respect for Indigenous cultural heritage.

Accreditation Updates

Accreditation Updates aim to keep accredited SATIC members up-to-date with industry information that may affect your business.

Testimonials

Old Timers Mine

Accreditation recognises the Old Timers Mine as a business that is prepared to do the work and to meet a tourism industry standard.

When entering tourism awards, accreditation is seen as an extra bonus within the submission and members that are accredited have done very well at awards.

We use the tick in all of our correspondence and marketing.

Trevor Berry

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