The UNLV Leadership Development Program (LDP) is designed for executive and non-executive members of gambling boards. It is also suitable for senior policy makers and government leaders with oversight over and responsibility for gambling. The LDP is a certificated program that will take place over a period of four and a half days, commencing on Tuesday morning 11 July at 0900, finishing on Saturday 15 July at midday.
The objective of the program is to equip those in leadership positions within the gambling regulatory environment with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to effectively lead and manage their organizations. Particular emphasis is placed on international developments in the gambling and hospitality sectors and also the threats and new developments facing the industry.
Topics will include:
· Survey of the Current Gaming Landscape
· The Future Gaming Landscape
· Regulating the Casino of the Future
· Responsible Gaming in the Technological World
· Risk-Based Regulation
· Gaming Risk Evaluation: Anti-Money Laundering
· Gaming Risk Evaluation: Cybercrime
· Junket Representatives
· Criminal Threats in the Gaming Industry
· Crisis Management
· Educating the Policy Makers
· Improving the Regulatory Framework
Training methods will include a combination of presentations, interactive sessions, and case studies. Delegates will be expected to interact within groups and present their findings and lessons learned. The instructors will consist of a combination of former gambling regulators and gambling advisors with experience in the above-mentioned areas.