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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Front-line training programs for employees in the gambling industry to better identify and intervene with customers at risk

Updates

May 2022

With the easing of restrictions we have continued to deliver these well-received courses face to face to several large gambling operators. Feedback continues to be positive

October 2021

The Programme is ongoing with face to face training resuming post-COVID in November, in addition to live digital training being delivered on a daily basis.

April 2021

EPIC are providing Risk Assessment courses to several operators which cover identification at an earlier point in the customers journey. The courses are informed and presented by those with lived experience of gambling related harm and are accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management.

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