This website is for ABC Casino College. If you are looking for or sister school, ABC Bartending School click here… ABC Bartending School, Phoenix, AZ
ANNOUNCEMENT: “Blackjack, poker, Las Vegas slots coming to new casino in West Valley”
Thank you for visiting the ABC Casino College web page. We really appreciate you taking the time to check us out. ABC Casino College offers courses for you to learn how to deal Blackjack, Carnival Games, Poker, Roulette and Craps. We’ve been teaching students how to deal since 2003 and have hundreds and hundreds of dealers dealing across the Country.
Once certified in our courses, we then assist you in finding a casino that fits your needs using our resources both in Arizona and around the U.S. Although we can’t guarantee job placement, ABC Casino College placed 11 dealers at local casinos in April and 12 in May and will work hard to give you the knowledge and on-table experience to begin your career as a dealer!
Casino dealers in Arizona make between $15 – $25 per hour to start. Full time dealers at larger casinos can make up to $100,000 a year and can also receive health insurance, paid time off, 401k retirement plans and more. ABC Casino College has relationships with the Table Games Directors at most of the casinos to help get you in the door.
Right now is the time to start your casino dealing training and career. With Glendale’s new casino now open and expected to start offering Table Games in 2017 and Prescott building a new, twice as big casino to replace their two current casinos, we will be swamped with requests for new dealers. If you are tired of the same boring job or no respect customer service position, now is the time to make the change to a fun and well paying new career and ABC Casino College is the place to make it happen!
Please check out all of our links and information. If you have any questions at all you can give us a call at 480-777-2333 or stop by our school during our normal business hours.
ABC Casino College
9830 S 51st St. A-132
Phoenix, Az 85044
(2 minutes from the Elliot exit off of the I-10 freeway)