The twentieth year of the Gaming Management Development Course concluded on Thursday 4th July with LCA Education Sponsor Aristocrat hosting the presentation at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club.
All students are to be congratulated on their hard work and dedication, but only a select few could receive this years' bursary prizes. Winner of the UNLV David Costello Bursary was Jacinta Pereira from The Shellharbour Club. Second place achiever and winner of a 3 day study trip to Melbourne was David Whiteley from North Ryde RSL. Third place went to Renae Maxted from East Maitland Bowling Club. He also receives a 3 day study trip to Melbourne.
Over 1000 students have completed the course in the twenty years it has been held.
The twenty-first year of the course will commence in August. Those students fortunate enough to participate in the next course can look forward to learning much about the attributes and skills required to become a successful Gaming Manager, along with the opportunity to network with industry experts and course colleagues.
2019 Prize Winners
1st – Jacinta Pereira from The Shellharbour Club … Trip to Las Vegas attending a UNLV Gaming Course
2nd – David Whiteley from North Ryde RSL… 3 day study trip to Melbourne
3rd – Renae Maxted from East Maitland Bowling Club … 3 day study trip to Melbourne
2019 GMDC Presentation
Peter Hardgrove (President - Leagues Clubs Australia), Renae Maxted (East Maitland Bowling Club), Jacinta Pereira (The Shellharbour Club), David Whiteley (North Ryde RSL) and David Ronson (Managing Director - Aust & NZ Aristocrat Technologies Australia)
Congratulations to the bursary winners and well done to all participants on graduation from the Class of 2019.