International Center for Gaming Regulation
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
26th – 29th June, 2018
The International Center for Gaming Regulation is once again offering its newly-revised Fundamentals of Regulation for Land-Based Casinos program. Open to anyone who is interested, this certificate program is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the core components to the regulation of land-based casinos.
This program provides a great introduction for legislators, policy makers, industry members, and regulators new to the highly-regulated world of casino gambling. Enrollment in Fundamentals of Regulation for Land-Based Casinos will offer exposure to all areas of the regulatory structure, establishing a baseline of knowledge that is necessary for casino gambling professionals across the global marketplace.
Delivered by expert faculty in an executive education classroom format, the curriculum has been strategically designed by academic faculty and regulatory practitioners at the International Center for Gaming Regulation. This program also provides an in-depth tour of a local casino property to provide a view of regulated casino gambling in action.
Topics of instruction may include:
- Current Issues in Gaming Regulation
- Pre-Licensing Investigations & Suitability Standards
- Understanding Casino Game Play
- Casino Audit and Internal Controls
- VIP Gaming
- Current Issues in Enforcement
- Sports Betting
Location: UNLV – International Gaming Institute, Stan Fulton Building – Classroom 220, 801 E. Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV 89154
Fees: $1,495 for entire program
Registration: Fundamentals of Regulation for Land Based Casinos
Registration fees include: coursework materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon refreshments on each day of the seminar. They do not include lodging, air or ground transportation, incidentals, or any meals other than those listed above on the days of the seminar.
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