Mohave Community College Offers Casino Dealing Training on Games Like Craps

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Mohave Community College Offers Casino Dealing Training on Games Like Craps

On July 30th, 2008, in all existing industries, the more employees know, the more valuable that they are considered are. Area residents have a chance, beginning in the last week of August, to become a good dealer in any of the 4 casino games through training available at the Mohave Community College.

MCC Division Chairman Clayton Steenberg said that the casino gambling industry is growing all over the country and well-trained casino dealers are very in demand from Las Vegas, Nevada to the Mississippi River and at Indian owned casino resort facilities all over the United States. He added that MCC's program gives adequate training to anyone interested for a new career or anyone wanting to improve their worth in the gambling industry.

Some of the casino training programs that are offered in MCC are craps, poker, blackjack and roulette. Classes will start in September 15th, 2008 and will run for 3 to 4 weeks for the games of blackjack and poker. The classes for the game of roulette will start on September 22nd, 2008 as a day only class. The second round of casino dealing classes like for craps will start in mid-October.

Each casino gaming class is 3 to 4 credits and participants will earn a certificate of completion from MMC. The graduate can be hired by casinos with the help of the certificate. Anyone interested for more information or to register for a class can visit the Bullhead City campus of MCC located at 3400 Highway 95 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or call 928-758-3926.


John O'Haver