KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – Valley Forge Casino Resort officials today announced the casino is accepting applications for a six-week dealer training school, scheduled to begin on Nov. 7.
“Careers in table games are exciting and fun,” said Valley Forge Casino Resort President and CEO Saverio “Sal” R. Scheri III. “We want people who are interested in a new challenge and who love to interact with people.”
Taught in a mock casino at the Valley Forge Convention Center, training courses include: Introduction to Table Games; Blackjack/Carnival Games; Craps; Mini Baccarat; and Roulette. The training is offered through a partnership with Montgomery County Community College’s Center for Workforce Development. Students must be 18 years of age or older to participate in the training.
About Valley Forge Casino Resort
Scheduled to open in the spring of 2012, the Valley Forge Casino Resort will create about 500 permanent jobs and serve as the ultimate destination for leisure and business travelers. The resort will feature: 486 stylish guest rooms and suites; 100,000 square feet of meeting and convention facilities; top-notch amenities; and a variety of dining options. The casino floor will feature 50 table games and 600 of the newest and most popular slot machines. Patrons can gain access to the casino floor if they are attending a meeting, convention, banquet, conference, wedding or other event at the resort. Casino access is also available for registered overnight guests, daily visitors who spend at least $10 at any of the exciting new restaurants, bars or retail outlets, or those who purchase either a Dining or Entertainment Membership. Memberships provide VIP access and exclusive discounts to resort restaurants, entertainment shows and special events. For more information, please see: www.vfcasino.com.