Roulette dealer courses are being offered at Tunica School.
Crescent Schools at Robinsonville has recently launched roulette dealer courses for any one who like to try their luck and work as a roulette dealer in the casinos.
Ronnie Richard, president and owner, heads the school.
According to Richard, the school that had opened last January is the only gaming school that had received accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training.
The accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training means that the students can avail the student loans and financial aid from the school.
Aside from the roulette dealers, students can also choose other dealer programs such as craps, blackjack, poker and baccarat.
A pai-gai dealer program is expected to be added soon.
Director for gaming, John LeBoeuf, said that the final test they give to their students is a simulation test of dealing.
LeBoeuf said that Crescent School makes sure that their students are knowledgeable and at their best skill level before they leave the school.
Placement director, Bill Shenesey said that he makes sure that their students find casino jobs.
Shenesey said that Crescent School also makes thirty, sixty and ninety day follow ups to their students for their casino employment.
August 26, 2006