Yesterday I found out that we're doing a dealer training class starting later this month. The teachers are two of the worst dealers we have in the casino. Yes, what's her name is one of them. The only upside to this I can see is the primary teacher is planning to have a meeting before class starts to find out what the key things surveillance looks for when evaluating, so that means I can go in with a list of things that I do not want to see them teaching these kids. I'm going to tell them flat out, if I come to class and see the trainees doing these things, I'm not going to talk to you, I'm going to management about it because these things are a violation of the rule book that you're supposed to be training out of. Given the reaction when I told the primary teacher which rule book we evaluate out of these days, I don't think it's going to be used in class. I don't really have high hopes for the people who are going to be graduating from this class. I'm not involved in the teaching portion, but I am on the audition evaluation panel. I hope. It sounds like they don't want to have auditions in the casino where the cameras are. The best feedback you get for these auditions is from surveillance because the rest of the panel is gambling while they're doing it so their attention is split. I literally can feel my stress levels rising when I think about all the problems here.
The least of which is going to be getting someone to listen to me. *sighs*