Fi2T accreditation

accreditation

The Interprofessional Federation of Tunisian Tourism (FiTT) guarantees the conformity of accredited companies with the following criteria and conditions


In order to strengthen trust between clients and tourism companies, fight against unfair competition, recognize the competence of Tunisian tourism professionals, the IFTT (Interprofessional Federation of Tunisian Tourism) has set up an accreditation process for its members and this in their respective categories and activities:


  1. 1. Travel agencies: A and B categories
  2. 2- Travel Agencies specialized in Medical Tourism

    Accreditation of the following activities is being validated:


  3. 3. Travel Agencies specialized in Cultural Tourism
  4. 4. Professional Tourism Guides
  5. 5. Thalassotherapy centers
  6. 6. Golf course
  7. 7. Guest houses
  8. 8. Rural cottages

The accreditation process is as following:
  • Step 1 - Request and review of the admissibility of the file:
    • - An application must be made on behalf of the President of IFTT
    • - The candidate for accreditation receives the IFTT documentation and must provide all the elements necessary for the study of the admissibility of his file
    • - A desk study will be carried out to decide on the admissibility of the file
  • Step 2- Evaluation:
    • - An evaluation is carried out by a team of qualified IFTT experts mastering the quality and technical aspects related to the scope of accreditation desired
  • Step 3- Decision:
    • - An accreditation committee reviews applications submitted to it and gives its opinion on the granting or refusal of accreditation
    • - The decision is pronounced by the Board of Directors of IFTT with the consent of the committee
  • Step 4- Monitoring and Renewal:
    • - Accreditation is granted for a period of 2 years (renewable)
    • - Throughout this period, Fi2T conducts an average of two annual monitoring visits to ensure that the organization continues to meet accreditation requirements.
    • - The renewal assessment is done at the end of the two-year cycle