Gaming Nominee Training
Gaming Nominee Training (GNT) is a compliance course for managers or senior staff who are responsible for a venue’s gaming machines. The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) requires every gaming venue in Queensland to have a member of staff holding a Gaming Nominee licence. This licence can only be granted to a person who is appointed to the position by an employer. This training course covers the legal responsibilities and best practice management techniques in accordance with Queensland legislation.
Gaming Nominee Training for managers and senior staff: hotels are eligible to apply for and hold a gaming machine licence which allows the venue to have electronic gaming machines (EGMs) for guests to conduct gambling activities. The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) requires every gaming venue/room manager in Queensland to hold a Gaming Nominee licence. This licence can only be granted if the applicant has been appointed to the position by an employer. Gaming Nomine Training covers your legal responsibilities in accordance with the Gaming Machine Act 1991 and best practice managment techniques. GNT is only pertinent to Queensland and is not nationally recognised training..
This training is delivered via a one day attendance course designed for managers or senior staff appointed to the role of Gaming Nominee at a licensed venue. Modules covered include licensing and nominee obligations, cash clearances and manual payments, game fundamentals and maintenance, site control, the role of a licensed monitoring operator and other administrative matters (e.g. tax and levies, forms, floats, banking etc). There is no mandatory requirement to repeat this training unless given specific direction by OLGR, or as an optional refresher.
Face to Face
Video ConnectThe GNT course is also delivered in a video conferencing format for those who are unable to attend QHA training venues around the State. Participants log in to the QHA virtual classroom via a PC, laptop, tablet or other device. A reliable internet connection and a webcam is required as is the capacity (microphone) to allow active participation in this live training environment, as it would for an attendance course.