Casino Executive Training Certificate Program

Northwest Indian College has joined with the San Diego State University, to establish an educational partnership that specifically focuses on the training of Native American casino/resort managers and executives.  This partnership will provide a combination of classroom, on-line courses, and internships. The cohort-based program is 13 months. For more information contact: Nadeen Jimmy at njimmy@nwic.edu or360-392-4252 or read more.

 sites/default/files/docs/CETbrochure-nmj2.pdf

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•    Six SDSU on-line classes
•    Six NWIC classes (90 contact hours)
•    Orientation and study support
•    Materials and resources
•    Internship
•    Assessment and monitoring of participant process  

SDSU & NWIC

SDSU on-line class: Introduction to Gaming ~ January/February  
NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes
Leadership & Financial Management
a)    Managing the Money
b)    Leadership Practice

SDSU on-line class: Casino Surveillance & Security ~ February/March
NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes

Building and Protecting Gaming Assets
a)    Building and protecting Casino Assets
b)    Finance and Development

SDSU on-line class: HR’s Role in Service Strategy ~ March/April
NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes
Building Human Capital
a)    The customers expectations  
b)    Developing your people

SDSU on-line class: Casino Marketing and Promotion ~ May/June
NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes
Cultural Diversity and Marketing
a)    Cultural Imperatives
b)    The Local Markets

SDSU on-line class: Gaming Regulations on Sovereign Soil ~ July/August

NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes
The Regulatory Environment
a)    Regulatory Players

b)    Intended vs. Actual Results

SDSU on-line class: Table Games Management ~ September/October
NWIC 30 hr. face to face classes
Organizational Development in the Tribal Gaming Environment
a)    Organizational Development & Design
b)    Understanding Organizational Behaviors

Current Schedule
August 10 to September 14, 2009
Table games management (SDSU on-line 15hrs)

August 12 & 13, 2009
HRCM 295 Organizational Development
in the Tribal Gaming Environment (15
classroom hours) Topics: Organization
Development & Design

August 26 & 27, 2009
HRCM 295 Orgainzational Development
in the Tribal Gaming Environment
Topics: Understanding Organizational
Behaviors (15 classroom hours)

For more information please contact

Nadeen Jimmy @
njimmy@nwic.edu or 360-392-4252 

1-866-676-2772 ext. 4252 (toll free)