Hospitality Management


Travel is the ultimate adventure, and as the world gets smaller, you can take a role in helping others experience it. 
Learn the communications and organizational skills you need to create experiences that others will remember forever.

Courses Include:

  • Tour, Meeting, and Event Planning
  • Hotel and Motel Management
  • Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations

 

Casino Management

 

Make it your job to help others play – that’s the opportunity in Casino Management.

The expansion of gaming in New England offers spinoff growth for other leisure industries in the region. Workers need to have critical-thinking skills and a solid skill base, as well as an understanding of all aspects of the industry.

With the CATCH Institute’s multi-disciplinary approach, you get exposed to everything that make up a successful casino – including restaurants and hotels.

Courses Include:

  • Loss Prevention
  • Social Issues
  • Business and Information Management
  • Accounting for Casino Operations
  • Marketing for Casino Operations


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Casino Dealing Training


The job opportunities in the casino industry seem endless. With more than 1,000 casinos in the United States – including two new facilities in Massachusetts, one just over the state line in Tiverton, RI and another in Lincoln, RI – the outlook for this industry is as bright as the Vegas strip.

Bristol Community College anticipates a growing demand for casino dealers in our area in the coming years. To meet this demand, we have designed a non-credit dealing course tailored to meet the growing need and help you land a job as a casino dealer – a job that allows you to make a good living and thrive in a job that is promising here and throughout the country.

Preparing You for the Real World

This non-credit dealing course is part of Bristol’s unique Hospitality Management degree program, known for its world-class training in preparing students for real-world job experiences. It’s important to know that all casinos have their own policies and procedures that you would also have to learn but our course helps you know how to deal the most popular casino games, helping you to succeed faster.

Program Details

All classes in this non-credit course are taught in Bristol’s Casino Lab, located at our Taunton location.

There is a minimum of 10 students per class. Classes are taught in the evenings or on weekends. The instructional hours (as required by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission) and cost of the classes are as follows:

Black Jack: 130 hours – $399 Are you interested in other casino dealing classes? Please contact us – more classes may be added in the future!

To register, or for more information, contact:
E. Jon Bjornson 
Coordinator of Hospitality Management
e.jon.bjornson@bristolcc.edu or 774.357.3143