Currency Transaction Reporting
In addition to the CTR (Title 31) tutorial described below, we have a new tutorial on Suspicious Activities. Both are now available on the Internet.
Title 31 training is regarded by many casinos as dull, unimaginative
and a never-ending obligation. Guided Learning's interactive multimedia
program is not as much fun as an hour at the craps table, but most trainees
find it stimulating and interesting, and managers of cage operations find
a tedious burden has been lifted. In less than
an hour casino personnel are tutored in all aspects of CTR requirements,
then tested on their knowledge. The program covers the federal and\or
state requirements (briefly), then goes into the casino's specific policies
and procedures for reportable transactions and patron identification.
In practice, more than 80% of casino personnel completing the course have scored 80% or better their first time through the course. There are separate tracks for personnel in different departments (pit, cage, slots, marketing) and with different levels of experience. The program has been written to an 8th grade reading level, so is entirely comprehensible by people with a wide range of academic preparation.
A full examination copy is available to qualified casino management; call (908) 236-7973 or fax (908) 236-7973.
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