From auditing casino games and casino fraud to auditing non-gaming operations including hotel, entertainment and retail, this course is designed to keep you up-to-date on current trends in the gaming industry. The course is split into two levels to enable you to obtain a deeper insight into this important topic. Information on Casino Auditing Level 1 can be found here.
- Casino internal control and management’s responsibility
- Auditing the information technology function
- Casino internal control: a risk-based focus
- Auditing food and beverage operations
- Casino fraud and internal theft
- Auditing credit
- Auditing comps
- Auditing slot clubs
- MICS reporting
- Auditing non-gaming operations (hotel, entertainment, retail)
- Auditing fixed assets
- Review operating results
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for Casino audit professionals, regulatory agency staff, tribal auditors, chief financial officers, and CPAs.
Early Bird Registration: $1,245.00
*Early Bird Registration ends at 11:30 p.m. on 10/09/2016
Regular Registration: $1,295.00
What is the agenda?
The course agenda can be viewed here.
Will I receive a certificate for this course?
Yes. A certificate of completion will be presented at the end of the last day of the course.
Can I get college credit for this course?
PLuS Center courses are certificate-based development programs. College credit towards university programs is not applicable.
Is substitution allowed?
Yes, substitution is permitted up to two business days before course begins.
Cancellation of registration is accepted up until September 30,2016. A twenty percent (20%) service fee is applied. No refund will be given for any registration cancellation after September 30, 2016 for any reason.