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Jerome García September 22, 2022 3 min read
Grosvenor Casinos Offers More than 500 New Jobs for Dealers
Grosvenor Casinos, the leading UK-based gambling operator, offers to create more than 500 new jobs, a new report suggests.
The Leading Gambling Operator Launches Gaming Academy Program
The company seeks to offer more than 500 jobs around the UK for people interested in starting a career as a casino dealer, a new report released by CasinoBeats reveals. The leading operator started special gaming academies in twelve of its brick-and-mortar casinos. Aspiring dealers in the UK, interested to start a career within the casino industry, can sign up for the training sessions. Those sessions will educate them how to become a croupier but also lead highly-popular casino games such as roulette, poker and blackjack. Participants of the training sessions will gain invaluable knowledge on how to deal with the fast-paced casino environment.
What’s more, gaming academy participants will learn important technical details such as the correct way to spin a roulette ball, the best way to collect chips and serve efficiently as casino employees. Participants of Grosvenor Casinos’ Gaming Academy program that qualify also have a chance for full-time employment with the operator.
The Program Represents a Great Opportunity for Aspiring Dealers
Sue Price, Grosvenor Casinos’ head of table gambling, revealed that casino dealers benefit from flexible working conditions and have a chance of traveling around the world. She explained that the new courses will take place at multiple casino properties. In conclusion, Price said that thanks to the gaming academies, job seekers have the unique chance to become a part of Grosvenor Casinos’ growing team.
“We have a strong track record for providing training opportunities for the nation’s job seekers to upskill and join our team.“Sue Price, head of table gambling at Grosvenor Casinos
Chun Hei Koo, a 29-year-old attendee a part of Grosvenor Casinos’ gaming academies revealed that he moved to the UK only recently. Residing in Cardiff, the trainee deemed the program a great opportunity.
“So far, our mentor has been fantastic, teaching us every casino game alongside the specific rules in detail, whilst letting us practice as much as possible to get used to all aspects of the job.“Chun Hei Koo, a 29-year-old trainee a part of Grosvenor Casinos’ gaming academies
Koo explained that as a part of the program, he learns details regarding every casino game. At the same time, he pointed out that the training includes plenty of practice. In conclusion, Koo said: “I hope to start my career with the Grosvenor Casino here in Cardiff and cannot wait to see where this unique opportunity will lead me.”
Jerome is a welcome new addition to the Gambling News team, bringing years of journalistic experience within the iGaming sector. His interest in the industry begun after he graduated from college where he played in regular local poker tournaments which eventually lead to exposure towards the growing popularity of online poker and casino rooms. Jerome now puts all the knowledge he's accrued to fuel his passion for journalism, providing our team with the latest scoops online.
Business September 22, 2022