Basic Systems & Regulations
This course must be undertaken by all NEW gaming employees within 3 months of being appointed, you will need to maintain your level of knowledge through repeat training every two years.
You need to attend this course if you are wanting to work in a gaming room, employers prefer if you also have Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol training.
Under the Gaming Machines Act 1992, only approved gaming managers and gaming employees can carry out prescribed duties in relation to gaming operations.
Club & Hospitality are recognised by the Independent Gambling Authority (IGA) to train in Basic, Advanced Gaming. With 10 gaming machines in the training room the program is designed to give you a practical hands on understanding in the operation of gaming machines.
Assessment: Participants must demonstrate competence and understanding of basic gaming duties in both written and practical assessments. If you have literacy difficulties then a trainer may be able to assist you with a verbal assessment.
You do need to be 18 years or older to attend Basic Gaming, but it is not necessary to be employed in the Hospitality Industry to attend this course.
Lecture | Practical | Discussion | Role Play
2 days | 9.30am to 4.30pm
Written and practical assessments
Clubs SA House, 222a Henley Beach Road, Torrensville
28 and 29 May 2018
25 and 26 June 2018
23 and 24 July 2018
See 2018 download for training dates.
Some weekend dates may be available in 2018, contact us for an expression of interest.