This is a common question with a surprising answer.Most suppliers do have their own product training, sometimes with a "certification" tied to it, that can usually be found on their travel agent portal or through a service like Travel Agent Academy. They are usually well-done and yes, you do need to know the products you sell, however I want to challenge to you resist temptation and only make product knowledge training like this 20% of your daily routine. Right now, during these early stages of creating your business, you need to be spending at least 80% of your time making sure you are getting through your modules, that your message and branding are solid, and that you are consistently list-building to increase the size of your reach to your ideal clients.I know it is tough because product knowledge is the "travel candy" in our business and it is more fun and certainly prettier than working on a Facebook ad, crafting an IFO or writing a newsletter article...but remember:You can know everything there is to know about every cruise ship, resort and destination in the world, but if you don't have any clients to book on/to them, you don't have a business. You have an expensive hobby researching travel suppliers.