Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and complete a personal interview. Those who lack a high school diploma or GED are required to take an admissions test and pass with a minimum score of 90 percent. Prospective students must also be able to see and identify playing cards at a distance of up to three feet.
Average class size is five students. Annual enrollment is about 100 students.
Approved by the Washington State Gambling Commission. The school’s programs have been approved for inclusion on the Washington State Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board’s list of Eligible Training Providers.
Tuition for the various certificates is as follows: Roulette Dealer Training-$800; Pit Dealer Training, Poker Dealer Training, and Floor Supervisor Training-$1,250 each; and Craps Dealer Training-$1,500. Poker dealers are required to purchase a handbook for $20.
A payment plan is available.