Table Games – Quick Start

This course is designed to provide students with easy access and instruction to become a table games dealer. Students will learn the fundamentals and skills needed to have the experience of a lifetime dealing games on the casino floor. Emphasis will be placed on game knowledge, chip value and recognition, along with card handling. Special attention will be given to game security, accounting and pit procedures, as well as the chain of command.

How does Quick Start work? Register online for the Table Games Dealer-Quick Start course. Print your receipt and begin your class on the following Tuesday. You will inform the instructor which table game you want to learn to jump-start your casino career. Register now and select your game.

All Quick Start classes are held at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus, Caesars Entertainment Wing.

Blackjack, Roulette or Baccarat (select one)

Blackjack: This combination course will prepare you for entry into any other primary or secondary game. The first two weeks concentrate on correct chip-handling techniques, identifying the value of each color chip, learning to read the total value of a bet and proper pit procedures. You will also learn the roles of each position in the casino chain of command. The second two weeks of the course will teach you the fundamentals of dealing Blackjack. Emphasis will be placed on card totaling, chip cutting and handling, card shuffling and card placement. Special attention will be given to game and accounting procedures, accuracy and speed.

Baccarat: This course accommodates the experience, knowledge and skills acquired in previous game training. Emphasis will be placed on commissions and percentages and the ability to calculate them immediately. Customer relations, especially important in Baccarat, will be the focus.

Roulette: This course covers the fundamentals of dealing Roulette for those who already have training in another game. Emphasis will be given to accurate and quick mental multiplication, chip handling, memorization of table layout and accuracy in clearing the table.

CARE-107 (60 Hours)
Fee: $499 (Tuition $464, Materials $35)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

  • Section AW17-beginning Jan. 2, 2018 (Ends Feb. 1)
  • Section AW18-beginning Jan. 9 (Ends Feb. 8)
  • Section AW19-beginning Jan. 16 (Ends Feb. 15)
  • Section AW20-beginning Jan. 23 (Ends Feb. 22)
  • Section AW21-beginning Jan. 30 (Ends March 1)
  • Section AW22-beginning Feb. 6 (Ends March 8)
  • Section AW23-beginning Feb. 13 (Ends March 15)
  • Section AW24-beginning Feb. 20 (Ends March 22)
  • Section AW25-beginning Feb. 27 (Ends March 29)
  • Section AW26-beginning March. 6 (Ends April 5)
  • Section AW27-beginning March 13 (Ends April 12)
  • Section AW28-beginning March 20 (Ends April 19)
  • Section AW29-beginning March 27 (Ends April 26)
  • Section AW30-beginning April 3 (Ends May 3)
  • Section AW31-beginning April 10 (Ends May 10)
  • Section AW32-beginning April 17 (Ends May 17)
  • Section AW33-beginning April 24 (Ends May 24)
  • Section AW34-beginning May 1 (Ends May 31)
  • Section AW35-beginning May 8 (Ends June 7)
  • Section AW36-beginning May 15 (Ends June 14)
  • Section AW37-beginning May 22 (Ends June 21)
  • Section AW38-beginning May 29 (Ends June 28)
  • Section AW39-beginning June 5 (Ends July 5)

Craps and Carnival Games (two games, one price)

Craps: Learn the fundamentals of dealing Craps. Emphasis will be placed on the knowledge of the procedures on a variety of bets, accurate and quick mental multiplication, and chip handling. Special attention will be given to game and accounting procedures, accuracy and speed.

Carnival Games: Students will learn multiple variations of poker table games including Caribbean Stud, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker and Texas Hold ’em. Focus will be on poker rankings, procedures to pay and take, use of automated shuffler and house procedures.

CARE-109 (120 Hours)
Fee: $995 (Tuition $960, Materials $35)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
6-10 p.m.
Section AW07-beginning Jan. 16, 2018 (Ends March 22)
Section AW08-beginning April 24 (Ends June 28)

Blackjack, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker, Pai Gow Tiles  (select one)

Blackjack: This combination course will prepare you for entry into any other primary or secondary game. The first two weeks concentrate on correct chip-handling techniques, identifying the value of each color chip, learning to read the total value of a bet and proper pit procedures. You will also learn the roles of each position in the casino chain of command. The second two weeks of the course will teach you the fundamentals of dealing Blackjack. Emphasis will be placed on card totaling, chip cutting and handling, card shuffling and card placement. Special attention will be given to game and accounting procedures, accuracy and speed. 

Roulette: This course covers the fundamentals of dealing Roulette for those who already have training in another game. Emphasis will be given to accurate and quick mental multiplication, chip handling, memorization of table layout and accuracy in clearing the table.

Pai Gow Poker: This course accommodates the experience, knowledge and skills acquired in previous game training. Learn the fundamentals of dealing Pai Gow Poker. Emphasis will be placed on rules of the game, commissions and security.

Pai Gow Tiles: Learn the fundamentals of dealing Pai Gow Tiles. Based on ancient Chinese history, the game is played with a set of 32 dominoes. The object is to get the winning hand, GEE JOON (also called the supreme pair). Emphasis will be placed on rules of the game, commissions, security and game protection.

CARE-111 (60 Hours)
Fee: $499 (Tuition $464, Materials $35)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
6-10 p.m.

  • Section AW19-beginning Jan. 2, 2018 (Ends Feb.1)
  • Section AW20-beginning Jan. 9 (Ends Feb.8)
  • Section AW21-beginning Jan. 16 (Ends Feb. 15)
  • Section AW22-beginning Jan. 23 (Ends Feb. 22)
  • Section AW23-beginning Jan. 30 (Ends March 1)
  • Section AW24-beginning Feb. 6 (Ends March 8)
  • Section AW25-beginning Feb.13 (Ends March 15)
  • Section AW26-beginning Feb. 20 (Ends March 22)
  • Section AW27-beginning Feb. 27 (Ends March 29)
  • Section AW28-beginning March 6 (Ends April 5)
  • Section AW29-beginning March 13 (Ends April 12)
  • Section AW30-beginning March 20 (Ends April 19)
  • Section AW31-beginning March 27 (Ends April 26)
  • Section AW32-beginning April 3 (Ends May 3)
  • Section AW33-beginning April 10 (Ends May 10)
  • Section AW34-beginning April 17 (Ends May 17)
  • Section AW35-beginning April 24 (Ends May 24)
  • Section AW36-beginning May 1 (Ends May 31)
  • Section AW37-beginning May 8 (Ends June 7)
  • Section AW38-beginning May 15 (Ends June 14)
  • Section AW39-beginning May 22 (Ends June 21)
  • Section AW40-beginning May 29 (Ends June 28)
  • Section AW41-beginning June 5 (Ends July 5)