CEG Dealer School
"Learn from the Best"

2605 S. Decatur Blvd. #118
Las Vegas, NV 89102

2018 Catalog

Effective date of August 30, 2018

Licensed to operate by the Commission on Postsecondary Education

Institutional Philosophy

CEG Dealer School is committed to providing an education of excellence that meets each student’s interests,abilities, and needs for learning how to deal casino table games. We challenge each student to become self-aware about the rules, and nuances for each game that they learn. Here at CEG Dealer School we help develop intellectual independence, learning how to handle specific situations while on the table, and a sense of responsibility toward others both within the School and in the community at large. Students are given a curriculum and comprehensive instruction to learn the rules and specific skills necessary to learn each game. They will apply their training in a Las Vegas style casino atmosphere, and to learn the proper procedures, the first time, so that they can move up faster within the casino business. All students at CEG Dealer School will be given custom individualized attention to ensure that they have an exceptional skillset of speed, accuracy, and game protection that will make them become a desired employee in the gaming industry. CEG Dealer School is open to all persons who meet entrance requirements, regardless of age, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.

Ownership


The School is owned by Casino Entertainment Group LLC.

School Faculty

Alexander Kim, School Director
David Noll, Director of Operations
Lisa Deery, Director of Education
Lauren Goldberg, Instructor
Robert Gottlieb, Instructor
Cynthia Cramer, Instructor
Jeremy Segafredo, Instructor
Michael Nguyen, Instructor

School Location/Facility

CEG Dealer School is located at 2605 S. Decatur Blvd. #118, Las Vegas, Nevada, in a 2100 square foot facility.

The facility uses tables and equipment of the highest quality. We use brand new casino layouts, brand new leather tops, weighted chips, and superior quality cards used to provide students the most realistic simulation to a live casino table. CEG Dealer School has seven Blackjack tables, two Craps tables, two Baccarat tables, one Ultimate Texas Hold’em table, one Three Card Poker table, one Pai Gow Poker table and two Roulette tables.

Restroom facilities are on the premises and there is ample parking to the front of the building.

CEG’s normal class size for each game can range from 1 to 8 students.

Hours of Operation

Class and business hours are as follows:


Mon - Thur ......10am-8pm
Friday ..............10am-5pm
Saturday .........12pm-5pm

(Excluding holidays)


Observed Holidays;

New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King’s Birthday
President’s Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving
Break - Winter Break (Christmas - New Years)

Entrance Requirements

Students must meet the following requirements to qualify for admission:

  1. Have a high school diploma or equivalency, or successfully pass CEG's Proficiency Test
  2. Have normal hand/eye coordination, manual dexterity and an acceptable general appearance
  3. Complete a personal interview with an admission representative
  4. Provide valid picture identification with proof of age; and,
  5. Complete an enrollment contract which must be signed and dated by the student and an authorized school representative.

Credit for Previous Training

Credit for previous education and training will not be accepted at CEG Dealer School.

Nevada Student Refund Policy

Requirements of policy for refunds by institutions.

1. Each postsecondary educational institution shall have a policy for refunds which at least provides:
(a) That if the institution has substantially failed to furnish the training program agreed upon in the enrollment
agreement, the institution shall refund to a student all the money the student has paid.
(b) That if a student cancels his or her enrollment before the start of the training program, the institution shall refund to
the student all the money the student has paid, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment
agreement or $150, whichever is less.
(c) That if a student withdraws or is expelled by the institution after the start of the training program and before the
completion of more than 60 percent of the program, the institution shall refund to the student a pro rata amount of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement or $150, whichever is less.
(d) That if a student withdraws or is expelled by the institution after completion of more than 60 percent of the training program, the institution is not required to refund the student any money and may charge the student the entire cost
of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement.

2. If a refund is owed pursuant to subsection 1, the institution shall pay the refund to the person or entity who paid the tuition within 15 calendar days after the:
(a) Date of cancellation by a student of his or her enrollment;
(b) Date of termination by the institution of the enrollment of a student;
(c) Last day of an authorized leave of absence if a student fails to return after the period of authorized absence; or
(d) Last day of attendance of a student, whichever is applicable.

3. Books, educational supplies or equipment for individual use are not included in the policy for refund required by subsection 1, and a separate refund must be paid by the institution to the student if those items were not used by the student. Disputes must be resolved by the Administrator for refunds required by this subsection on a case-by-case basis.

4. For the purposes of this section:
(a) The period of a student’s attendance must be measured from the first day of instruction as set forth in the enrollment agreement through the student’s last day of actual attendance, regardless of absences.
(b) The period of time for a training program is the period set forth in the enrollment agreement.
(c) Tuition must be calculated using the tuition and fees set forth in the enrollment agreement and does not include
books, educational supplies or equipment that is listed separately from the tuition and fees.

Account for Student Indemnification

In an event of school discontinued operation or a violation by the institution per NRS 394.383 to NAC 394.560, an account for student indemnification may be used to indemnify a student or enrollee who has suffered damage as a result of: discontinuance of operation or violation by such institution of any provision of NRS 394.383 to 394.560.

Attendance Policy

Future employers will not tolerate tardiness or poor attendance. 
Students accumulating fourteen (14) days of absences or ten (10) consecutive days of absences are considered to have unsatisfactory attendance and will be terminated, unless a valid excuse is provided. The director will determine the validity of any excuse.

Students terminated for any reason may apply for reinstatement by contacting the school director. Students terminated for either unsatisfactory progress or unsatisfactory attendance can only be reinstated on a probation status (academic or attendance) which will remain until the end of their training program. Students on academic probation must maintain satisfactory progress from the date of their reinstatement. Failure to comply with this condition will be cause for immediate termination.

Students on attendance probation will be terminated after five (5) unjustified absences. Students will be subject to a reinstatement fee of $100.

Standard of Academic Progress

Students will start training on the first date agreed upon on the student enrollment agreement. Students will be assessed based on their skill sets in that program.

Each day that the school is opened is considered an attendance day for the student unless special arrangements have been made with the school director. A program will be considered completed when the student has shown satisfactory progress in the skill sets that are required to pass. 

Students are graded on their demonstrated skills, dexterity and knowledge of the rules and procedures of the game and rated Satisfactory (Pass) or Unsatisfactory (Fail).

Satisfactory progress is measured using the following criteria:
1. Show a sustained improvement in knowledge, skills and abilities; and,
2. Maintain satisfactory attendance as defined in the attendance section.

Instructors will evaluate a students progress on the above criteria and record it on the student’s Permanent Record Card at least twice before a final evaluation is completed and certification in that course is achieved.

The first evaluation will be completed on or before a date that is approximately half way through the assigned course schedule as recorded in the students enrollment form.

A second evaluation will be completed by an Instructor, at his or her discretion, just prior to Certification in a course. Students who do not meet the minimum required standards to achieve certification by the end of their enrollment may be asked to pay an additional fee.

Additionally, students who do not mention satisfactory progress may make arrangements with their instructor to come in on their own time for remedial training or extra practice at no extra charge. 

Students are given a start and end date when enrolling. If the student does not finish the course by the end date, they may be asked to pay an additional fee to continue in the school.

Students are also given six months of practice time from the start date. It is at the Director’s discretion if any time extension is granted. Student's may also pay a fee to extend their practice time. 

Student Conduct

Students are expected to demonstrate in a professional and business-like manner at all times, and will be terminated for any of the following reasons:

NAC 394.381 (6)(f) NAC 394.381 (6)(e)(1)(2)(3) NAC 394.381 (6)(g) NRS 394.553

1. Failure to honor financial obligations to the school;
2. Threatening the safety of other classmates or school faculty
3. Gambling involving any form of currency while on school property;
4. Maliciously destroying or damaging Academy or other students’ property;
5. Engaging in unlawful conduct or in activities contrary to school interests;
6. Behavior that interferes with the training of other students or interrupts the instructor; or
7. Being under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances while in the school or bringing same onto school property.
8. Any sort of harassment that ridicules, denigrates, insults, belittles or shows hostility, aversion or disrespect toward an individual or group because of national origin, race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, appearance, disability, sexual identity, marital or other protected status.
9. Failing an employment drug test or background check when the school has provided job placement assistance;
10. Going to a casino audition without the permission of the school.

Program Tuition

Tuition is billed in its entirety prior to enrollment. CEG may at its discretion offer a payment plan to students who
enroll in a multi-course package. Each course once begun, must be paid in full before a new course is started.

Blackjack: .................$250
Craps: .......................$350
Roulette: ...................$250
Baccarat: ..................$250
Specialty Games (3): ..$250

CEG reserves the right to asses a separate charge for textbooks and supplements which are deemed material to each course.

Career/Placement Services

CEG Dealer School offers job placement assistance to graduates, consisting of job lead referrals and job skills development. While assisting in your job search, we make no guarantee, expressed or implied, of future employment. Current law prohibits any school from guaranteeing job placement as an inducement to enroll students.

Available Courses

Blackjack
4 weeks – 60 hours (20 hours lecture / 40 hours hands on training)

Course Description/Objective:

The school’s objective in this program is to produce a confident, employable dealer, proficient in all procedures of Blackjack in an entry level position. This program is designed to provide the student knowledge of the rules and terminology of blackjack,
and skills in shuffling and dealing single deck, double deck, 6 deck shoe and 8 deck shoe; mastering the correct handling of chips and distribution of cards as related to Blackjack; correct procedures of dealing the game and game protections. Finally, hole
card procedures such as peek and no-peek procedures. The student will have complete understanding and be thoroughly conversant with the rules, techniques, systems, procedures and theory of Blackjack and develop the skills and abilities to the point that qualifies them for entry as a casino Blackjack dealer at the beginners (break-in) level.

Prerequisite: None


Craps
8 weeks – 100 hours (33 hours lecture / 67 hours hands on training)

Course Description/Objective:

The school’s objective in this program is to produce a confident, employable dealer, proficient in all procedures of Craps in an
entry level position. This program is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the rules and terminology of the game,
handling cheques (paying color-for-color, drop-cutting chips and picking chips) as it relates to the game of Craps. The student will learn: beginning and advanced betting systems, losing and winning bets, totaling and covering payoffs, stick procedures,
correct dice calls, proposition bets, buy bets, come bets, place bets, and all odds of the game including correct procedures for dealing the game and game protections. Upon completion, the student will have complete understanding and be thoroughly
conversant with rules, techniques, systems, procedures and theory of Craps. Student skills and abilities will be developed to the point to qualify them for entry as a casino Craps dealer at the beginner’s (break-in) level.

Prerequisite: None


Roulette
4 weeks – 60 hours (20 hours lecture / 40 hours hands on training)

Course Description/Objective:

The school’s objective in this program is to produce a confident, employable dealer, proficient in all procedures of Roulette in an entry level position. This program is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the rules and terminology of the
game; skills in how handle chips, pay color-for-color, moving and pushing chips across the table, keys to help pay off bets and how to handle cash play situations; and proficiency in correct procedures of dealing the game, game protection and handling of the game equipment. The student will have a complete understanding and be thoroughly conversant with the rules, techniques systems and procedures and theory of Roulette and will develop the skills and abilities to the point that will qualify them for entry as a Roulette dealer at the beginner’s (break-in) level.

Prerequisite: None


Baccarat
4 weeks – 60 hours (20 hours lecture / 40 hours hands on training)

Course Description/Objective:

The school’s objective in this program is to produce a confident, employable dealer, proficient in all procedures of Baccarat in an entry level position. This program is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the rules and terminology of the
game; the skills and abilities to call the bankers hand and players hand; handling chips, commission, paying and taking bets, marking up of commission and the correct procedures for dealing the game protections. The student will have a complete understanding and be thoroughly conversant with the rules, techniques, systems, procedures and theory of Baccarat and will develop the skills and abilities to the point that will qualify them for entry as a Baccarat dealer at the beginner’s (break-in) level.

Prerequisite: None


Specialty Games
4 weeks – 60 hours (20 hours lecture / 40 hours hands on training)

Course Description/Objective:

The school’s objective in this program is to produce a confident, employable dealer, proficient in all procedures of Specialty Games in an entry level position. This program is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the rules and terminology of Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, & Ultimate Texas Hold’em; the skills and abilities to rank poker hands; handling chips, commission, paying and taking bets, and the correct procedures for dealing the game protections. The student will have a complete understanding and be thoroughly conversant with the rules, techniques, systems, procedures and theory of Specialty Games and will develop the skills and abilities to the point that will qualify them for entry as a Specialty Games dealer at the beginner’s (break-in) level.

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