Introduction to Responsible Gaming – Online

This online course covers iGaming, Responsible Gambling and Anti-Money Laundering

  • Responsible Gaming
  • Online
  • 4-5 (approx) Hours
  • Start 1st of every month

About this course

If you are working at any level in the gaming industry, this course will increase your understanding of responsible gaming and its implications for your organisation.
This online course is accessible 24/7. It is comprised of three units and is designed to introduce and improve awareness of the warning signs and early stages of how a player develops gambling problems. The course also provides an introduction to iGaming and covers foundational understanding of regulatory topics such as Anti-Money Laundering.
The course provides real life case study scenarios that feature players and their gaming circumstances, which is designed to encourage reflective thinking and prompt the individual to provide advice and the best course of action to take.
This course aims to upskill an individual at any level, of a gaming or gaming-related operation.

Course units

There are three units which must be completed. Each unit has a graded multiple-choice assessment to test your understanding. A 70% pass rate must be achieved in each unit to pass the course. The units are:
  • Introduction to iGaming
  • Introduction to Responsible Gaming
  • Anti-Money Laundering  (AML) and Proceeds of Crime
Typically this online course takes approximately 4 – 5 hours to complete in its entirety.
The course will commence from the 1st of every month. However, applicants can start the course on any date and must complete the 3 units (which can be taken independently) within one calendar month. The course units will cover the following areas:

Introduction to iGaming

  • iGaming: categorising games of skill and chance

  • iGaming products

  • Regulation and legislation in iGaming

  • Jobs within the industry

  • Myths versus facts in the iGaming industry

Introduction to Responsible Gaming

  • Introduction to responsible gaming

  • Underage gambling

  • Legislative and licensee requirements

  • Warning signs of a problem gambler and markers of harms

  • Tools to promote responsible gaming

Anti-Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime

  • What is money laundering versus terrorist financing?

  • Smurfing

  • Layering, Integration and Placement

  • Standard, enhanced and on-going customer due diligence (Know Your Customer)

  • Assessing risk and best practice in anti-money laundering

  • Suspicious activity reporting

On successful completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Define what gaming and gambling is
  • Differentiate between Games of Chance and Games of Skill
  • Identify Myths versus Facts in the iGaming Industry
  • Understand what is meant by ‘gambling harm’
  • Identify signs of gambling harm
  • Recognise what the consequences of gambling harm can be
  • Recognise regulatory requirements per the Gibraltar Gambling Commission and UK Gambling Commission
  • Understand what is meant by money laundering, proceeds of crime and terrorist financing, and how it works
  • Recognise your legal obligations and role in preventing and detecting criminality, money laundering and terrorist financing
  • Understand the need for company policies and procedures
  • Understand risk-based Customer Due Diligence (CDD) and Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD)
  • Recognise when and how to seek advice and report suspicions of money laundering or terrorist financing

Entry profile

Persons working in the gaming industry or persons who would like to gain further knowledge and understanding within Responsible Gaming for their own development.

Certificate of Completion

Upon successful completion and passing the three graded multiple-choice assessments, you will be awarded a University of Gibraltar Certificate of Completion.

Fee

£100

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