Harm Minimisation Training
The Gaming (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004 and Racing (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004, require that all class 4 gambling and TAB Venues have a staff member available who has had problem gambling awareness training at all times when Class 4 or TAB gambling is available.
At Clubs New Zealand we are committed to host responsibility and providing club committees, management and staff with the tools, resources and knowledge that enables them to build a culture of care.
WHO IS IT FOR?
All staff who deal with gaming machines, including TAB and Governance. Clubs New Zealand recommends that at a minimum all club duty managers complete harm minimisation training as well as all staff that are invovled with the clubs Glass 4 Gaming Operation or the TAB. Ideally all club staff should complete the training.
WHAT DOES IT COVER?
The brief course is designed to meet the problem gambling awareness requirements of both the gambling and the racing regulations. These require venues to ensure there is always a trained person available on the premises whenever gambling is available.
- gambling awareness
- minimising harm in gambling (including identifying problem gamblers)
- approaching a problem gambler
- problem gambling services
- responsible hosting
- building a culture of care.
HOW LONG IS IT?
$10 per person.
WHO IS IT DELIVERED BY:
Clubs New Zealand
MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK:
Contact Clubs New Zealand on 0800 425 827. Alternatively contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com directly.