In-House Training

Egghart Consulting also provides seminars and workshops for in-house purposes. To request a quote, contact

Tribal Leadership Training 

This workshop is ideal for Elected or appointed leaders of the Tribe, Gaming Commissioners, and executive management team. The workshop includes

Overview of Tribal Gaming - Get up to speed on the state of tribal gaming, what boards and gaming operations are doing to position themselves for the future; Net income optimization; Technology Updates for non-technology people; Review of the regulatory environment and the issues affecting the management. We will provide participants with examples of hi-performing regulatory functions and their positive contributions to tribal gaming operations. 

Tribal Board Governance over Gaming Operations -This section will focus on tribal board governance and the importance of an overall strategic plan, how to execute that plan, and how to monitor management achieving their objectives. Best practices as well as examples of strategic dashboards will be shared. 

Best Practices for internal controls and monitoring, We’ll then discuss best practices and a look into how your gaming counterparts are positioning themselves in today’s competitive market. • Identifying Fraud and Prevention - Learn about the various fraudulent practices impacting the industry and necessary controls and review processes that should be in place to help mitigate the risk of fraud taking place at your properties.

Title 31 Compliance: Protecting Casinos' Biggest Asset - Best Practice

With a FinCen fine of $250,000 on a tribally owned casino recently, Title 31 compliance training workshops need to be focused on how to prepare for an audit. This extensive workshop is designed to assist your casino in evaluating its readiness for internal/external audits from auditors and regulators. This session will include the Title 31 audit programs and checklists compiled and developed by EJ Egghart who has been working as a Title 31 trainer and auditor for the last 15 years in the Casino industry. This workshop is brought to you by Egghart Consulting and a generous contribution from Muckleshoot Casino.

2011 AICPA Gaming Guide for Indian Casinos

This workshop is designed to provide a detailed and thorough review of the 2011 AICPA Gaming Accounting and Audit Guide. This advanced course will cover every controversial topics raised by the Indian Gaming Industry in the last decade. This new guide covers these specific issues for tribally owned casinos. This workshop is lead by the powerful combination of two speakers in the industry; EJ Egghart, MBA, CPA , Egghart Consulting and Bruce Bleakman, CPA from REDW. Bruce is a member of the AICPA's Gaming task force which completed the AICPA's Gaming Audit and Accounting Guide. Bruce was also the project manager on NAFOA's publication of an accounting and financial reporting guide.

Class III Machines for Indian Casinos: Audits, Accounting & Analysis

This two-day workshop covers all you will ever need to know about Class III gaming machines. As a major revenue source in gaming today, it is critical to understand Class III gaming operation, compliance, and related internal control processes. Under the current environment, rapidly changing technology and lack of updated Class III NIGC MICS, analysis and auditing (revenue audit, internal and external audits) are more critical than ever to ensure long-term profitability and growth of Indian Casinos. This advanced course develops analytical and data interpretation skills and examines calculations and reports associated with slot machine performance and placement. The most up-dated and current topics (i.e. internal controls over mobile gaming, responsibility of MICS Class III machine update, CGCC 8, Change in accounting treatment over gaming machine revenues, and free play) will be examined and discussed in this two-day workshop.

Comprehensive Internal Audit Workshop for Indian Casinos: Challenges, Opportunities, and Emerging Issues

This three(3) day workshop is designed to assist internal auditors, compliance auditors and other professionals in Indian Casinos, Indian Gaming Commissions and Tribes in developing more effective audit strategies based on risk assessment. In the current environment with the economic downturn and steeper competition, internal auditors face challenges performing more efficient audits. Our instructors who have extensive knowledge and experience in Indian Gaming (as internal auditors, external auditors, and slot directors) will share their expertise with you.

Financial Analysis for Non-financial People in Indian Gaming (Basic)

This workshop will provide an overview of various financial and accounting related subjects within the Indian Gaming Industry. This work is designed to provide an easy to understand and common sense based approach to complex financial statements. Financial ratios and analysis commonly used in the Indian Gaming Industry will be examined. These financial ratios and analysis are useful to investigate the performance of vendors for licensing and for fraud investigation.

Gaming Machines Audits & Analysis for Washington Casinos

 This two day workshop covers the entire process of gaming machines' audits and analysis emphasizing Indian Casinos in the Washington State. We will thoroughly examine, with ample hands-on-exercises, the fundamental concepts of Washington gaming machines: audits, analysis, and monitoring compliance with the NIGC and the State Compact.