Executive Safer Gambling Training
Training session that supports further exploration and reflection into safer gambling culture and practices within gambling businesses.
Duration: 3 hours
Delegates: 10-15 people depending on location
Location: Online or face to face
What does the training cover?
This training allows for delegates to explore safer gambling (SG) challenges and their responsibilities as personal management licence (PML) holders and/or senior leaders. Participants will explore an overview of gambling related harms (GRH), SG challenges and explore regulatory and wider sustainability updates. There will be a focus on key features of effective company culture around SG and how this can be embedded to ensure buy-in across organisations.
If the Safer Gambling Standard has been completed by your company, findings and recommendations concluded from that process can be integrated into this training as well.
Training includes group discussion and lived experience.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at those working in senior management and board level roles, including non-executive director roles and PML holders.
Why choose our training?
Since 1997, GamCare has provided training for clinicians, researchers, educators, policy makers, the gambling industry, and other professionals to increase understanding of gambling harm, its causes, and consequences. With over 25 years of expertise, speaking daily to those affected by gambling harms, we are well placed to provide best in class safer gambling advice and training.
Impact of training
GamCare conducts a pre-training assessment and asks participants to complete a feedback form following the session. All evaluations are kept on record and communicated to your business following the session. We also offer more formal training evaluation at an additional charge.
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