ALTO Best Practice Guidelines

ALTO has always been at the forefront of creating a more professional international education industry for us all by bringing all players together and allowing agents, schools, associations and service providers to strengthen each other via information and idea exchange.

Since ALTO became independent in 2010, but with an added importance as a consequence of the pandemic, the association has played the crucial role of an anchor organisation for the owners and directors of educational travel companies, where the sole aim of every project was to drive our members, our members’ organisations and ultimately the whole industry forward.

The membership trusted and supported the Board to establish global guidelines for the industry through extensive research, consultation and input from various workgroups – thank you all for your contribution!

The aim of the ALTO Best Practice Guideline is to create a framework for organisations within the international education industry, where each acknowledges and accepts their reciprocal commitments to work as true partners.

The document is available to everyone in the industry and we would like to encourage other associations to highlight its importance to their members and recommend everyone who operates within the industry to refer to this document for guiding principles.

Members will have the opportunity to sign up to the Best Practice Guidelines when they renew their membership and use the badge on their materials.

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