Excitement, glamour, and a well-paying job await you in your new casino career. An average poker dealer working in a casino can make $35 to $40 per hour including tips! Casinos employ enthusiastic and energetic people with a flair for handling difficult situations, who love working with people, and are fast learners. In addition to posting more than $32 billion in gross gaming revenues in 2006, the 460 commercial casinos in 11 states directly employed 366,197 people. These employees earned a total of $13.3 billion in salaries, including benefits and tips, which equates to a 5.6 percent increase over 2005 figures. Now that's growth!
Our Casino Poker Dealer Online Training Program is aimed at teaching you the appropriate methods, techniques, and mannerisms necessary to gain employment in the casino industry. You’ll be responsible for viewing online streaming instructional videos as well as recording and submitting video examinations demonstrating proper game techniques and protocols. Your instructors have years of combined industry experience and are committed to helping you become the best casino poker dealer you can be. Interactive video e-mails will facilitate student-instructor interaction, and you’ll have the opportunity to have your skill progression visually critiqued by a professional poker dealer instructor.
Included in this program are a deck of cards, chips, and a fold-out poker felt.
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Upon registering, you're given an initial twelve months to complete this program. Should you need more time beyond the twelve months, an extension of six months is available with a fee of $200.