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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Club Compliance Management Course A Must

Few would argue that the Australian Liquor and Gaming industry is one of the most highly regulated compliance environments. With compliance or the lack of it, comes the risk of exposure to loss, brand damage and litigation. The Club Compliance Management Course (CCMC) is specifically designed for the registered club industry (CEO’s, Operations, HR, Gaming, Security/Compliance, WHS and Duty Managers) who are responsible for the complex and diverse range of regulatory compliances applicable to your business. The course is delivered in an intensive one day face to face format and is offered quarterly at a venue central to the majority of participants. Additionally, specific club case studies will be addressed and workshopped during the course to give an insight into risk mitigation strategies. Read what is included in the course here. The course can be held in house – minimum 10 participants. Enquire by emailing Peter Jefferies or Aron Power. Blayne Webb, Director, Barringtons
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