BMM Testlabs is pleased to announce the National Tribal Gaming Commissioners & Regulators (NTGCR) official schedule for the upcoming Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) webinar series. The latest roundtable session introduced over 230 attendees to the upcoming webinar series and provided an in-depth overview of the following CHRI schedule:
Webinar 1: LASO 101 – Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at 11 AM Central Speaker: Meredith Hanley, Director of Licensing and Investigations, Pokagon Band Gaming Commission
Webinar 2: Reduce CHRI Footprint – Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at 11 AM Central Speaker: Thorsten Toms, Director of Gaming Administration, Gun Lake Tribal Gaming Commission
Webinar 3: Clear Path to Compliance – Wednesday, March 17, 2021, at 11 AM CentraSpeaker: David Vialpando, Executive Director, Pokagon Band Gaming Commission
“Our partnership with BMM Testlabs has allowed us to reach over 100 Tribes spanning across 17 states to maximize our educational outreach,” stated Jamie Hummingbird, NTGCR Chairman. “Each webinar we present is specifically designed to be engaging, informative, and allow for plenty of interaction with our esteemed speakers. Transitioning to a virtual platform has been a seamless experience with BMM Testlabs’ support, which has allowed us to make a powerful impact in assisting Tribal regulators with continued education and training.”
Michael Price, Senior Director of Tribal Services, stated, “We are pleased to offer our support to advance NTGCR’s educational initiatives. We encourage all tribal regulators to visit NTGCR.com or email Dawn Reiter at firstname.lastname@example.org to register and secure their attendance for the informative CHRI training.”
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