An educational programme spanning six weeks has been launched by Grosvenor Casinos.
The course will be conducted by The Grosvenor Casino Gaming Academy, to teach its non-gaming employees about popular casino games. Dealing in games like blackjack, poker and roulette, would be part of the course.
The programme has specific details which includes lessons on casino terminology, the correct way to spin the roulette ball, figuring out odds etc. The programme also includes advanced lessons on casino techniques and would require employees to practice games like blackjack and poker.
As per Gambling Insider, Jonathon Swaine, Managing Director at Grosvenor Casinos, said: “Here at Grosvenor Casinos we pride ourselves on offering our team members the chance to progress their careers with us; when we make a hire, we are committed to giving them the best possible chance to progress and have a career, not just a job.
“The Gaming Academy is something we are really proud of; we have seen a really positive uptake in participation. The past 15 months have been very tough for us all and now our casinos have finally reopened and we have our teams back doing what they do best, we are determined to give them the best career development opportunities we can.”
It was also reported that the tricks to watch out for cheat moves, announcing bets, collecting cards, and lessons to maintain high standards of client service would also be imparted.