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AACC Offers Live Dealer Courses

Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is giving a course called “Introduction to Casino Gambling,” the classroom of which resembles a tiny casino, complete with a craps table, a roulette wheel, and other games that one commonly sees in a casino. The course is meant to prepare students to work as live dealers in casinos and is being offered by the Hotel, Culinary Arts, and Tourism Institute of the AACC.

AACC had previously run a live dealer school from January to March to train 1,200 live dealers for Maryland Live Casino, which was planning to launch a wide range of table games in mid-April. While AACC delivered the training and presented the certificates, Maryland Live financed the course.

The school’s brochure quotes the US Bureau of Labor Statistics as predicting that the number of dealer jobs will rise by 17 percent within the next 5 – 6 years. The classes, which are held for four hours per day and four days per week, are monitored by Maryland Live.

Hotel, Culinary Arts, and Tourism Institute Director Mary Ellen Mason said that Maryland Live and AACC got into a partnership long before the casino was constructed. AACC also supplies culinary facilities for the final Suisse chef testing at Maryland Live.

This blog entry was posted on Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 at 5:21 pm and is filed under Casino News.

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