205 CMR 137.03 - Consumer Protection
(1) All gaming schools certified in accordance with 205 CMR 137.00 shall be subject to the applicable provisions of 940 CMR 31.00: For-profit and Occupational Schools.
(2) At least 72 hours prior to entering into an enrollment agreement a gaming school shall engage in an intake with each prospective student that, at a minimum, includes the following:
(a) an explanation of the commission's application process contained in 205 CMR 134.00: Licensing and Registration of Employees, Vendors, Junket Enterprises and Representatives, and Labor Organizations including specific mention of the automatic disqualifying convictions described in 205 CMR 134.10(3)(a) and M.G.L. c. 23K, § 16(b), and any prerequisites for course completion and employment; and
(b) explicit notice that successful completion of the course of instruction does not assure an individual that they will be licensed by the commission as a gaming employee or that they will be hired by a gaming licensee; and
(c) a written outline of each gaming related program offered by the school. The outline shall contain:
1. course descriptions;
2. entrance requirements;
3. the total number of instructional hours required to obtain a certificate or diploma;
4. the earliest possible completion date;
5. a list of occupations for which each program will prepare students;
6. the costs of the courses and program; and
7. all prerequisites for program completion and employment in the occupation, including, but not limited to, an explanation of the commission's licensing process set forth in 205 CMR 134.00: Licensing and Registration of Employees, Vendors, Junket Enterprises and Representatives, and Labor Organizations.
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