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Academy of Casino Training    213 Pass Road  Gulfport, MS 39507  (228) 864-7133 1-800-8DEALER   What is ACT  Academy of Casino Training, Inc. (ACT) is a school licensed by the Mississippi Gaming Commission to prepare students as dealers in the gaming industry.

Australian Casino Association    A Major Employer and Job Trainer The Australian casino industry is a major employer throughout Australia. The industry also indirectly creates many more jobs through the wide range of businesses that supply it with goods and services and which share its customer base.  Australia’s casinos employed more than 22,500 by June 1997. Since the first casino opened in 1973, employment has grown by more than 3,200 per cent or about 15.7 per cent per year. Employment growth is set to continue with more than 25,000 employees expected to be working in the industry in 1997-98.

Casino Creations-Consulting and Training    Casino Creations is a Las Vegas based company that trains casino employees. We train dealers for all the casino table games. We train the casino supervisors to manage your casino floor. We train the casino managers to insure a professionally run casino operation.

Casino Dealers Academy     8141 Kennedy Ave.  Highland, IN 46322  (219) 838-2690

Casino Gaming School    Learn To Deal In Casino Style Surroundings "We Teach Any Game" Blackjack * Craps * Poker Pai Gow Poker * Tiles    Baccarat * Roulette    Excellent Job Placement Assistance   Major Credit Cards Accepted

Casino Pros Consulting Services     Welcome to the home page of The Casino Pros(TM). We offer consulting, development, management and marketing services, and products, for the casino, resort, hotel, tourism and entertainment industries.

Iona College Gambling Institute    Professional Development Courses    P120 "The Sociology of Gambling"A five week course offering Mondays, September 8 to October 6 from 9:30 am to 12:30 p.m.  Directed mainly to professionals but open to all interested persons, this course introduces the social analysis of gambling in North America    Cost: $150.00 Cdn    Instructor: Rose van Es, Ph.D. (McMaster)  P130 "Gambling and Spirituality"A five week course offered Mondays, October 20 to November 17 from 9:30 am to 12:30 p.m.  A social-scientific approach examining the mystical dimensions often associated with gaming and chance.  Directed mainly to professionals, this course is open to all interested persons.    Cost: $150.00 Cdn   Instructor: Rose van Es, Ph.D. (McMaster)  ICGI Public Information Seminars  Family and the Issue of Gambling This seminar reviews issues that effect family structures in relation to problem gambling. Information and referrals are available to help individuals cope with potential problem situations.    Thursday evenings, 7-9 p.m. September 11-October 9    Cost: $40.00 Cdn   Leader: Gordon Stallard, C.G.C.  Luck, Chance, and Being a Teenager This seminar examines the experience of gambling through the eyes of teenagers.  It also discusses the growing concern of the availability of gambling to teenagers in our society.    Thursday evenings, 7-9 p.m. October 23-November 20     Cost $40.00 Cdn     Leader: Gordon Stallard, C.G.C.