Gaming Employee Registration Training

When: Feb. 5, 2014, 8:30am - 12pm
Campus Location: Stan Fulton Building - International Gaming Institute

Gaming Employee Registration Training

Learn about the online gaming employee registration system from the Nevada Gaming Control Board - seeing a practical demonstration of the new system and with the opportunity to ask questions or address any concerns.

Seminar topics:

  • Review the online payment process
  • History of the Gaming Employee Registration Program
  • Demonstrate the online Gaming Employee Registration process
  • Discuss changes to the Employee Registration Process
  • Nevada Revised Statutes Review NRS 463.0157, NRS 463.335, and NGC Regulation 5.100
  • The fingerprinting process
  • How to access the Gaming Control Board System of Records
  • Questions and Answers


Who should attend?

This seminar is open to all Nevada licensees and human resource representatives. The class is designed for human resource representatives and other personnel responsible for registering gaming employees

Admission Information: 


$75; payment due one week before the start date

Seminar registration fee includes coursework materials and morning refreshments. It does not include lodging, air transportation or ground transportation, incidentals or any meals other than those listed above on the days of the seminar. 

If you need to make travel arrangements that require airfare or non-refundable fees please call our office at 702-895-2008 to verify that the seminar will take place. The final decision to run a seminar is made three weeks prior to the start date. Seminars are subject to cancelation for any reason at any time. We are not responsible for any non-refundable fees associated with your travel.

Contact Information: 

Name: Nakia Jackson-Hale
Office: International Gaming Institute
Phone: 702-895-2008

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