Registered Gaming Workers
A registered gaming worker is a person who is paid to assist a gaming licensee (Bingo, Casino, or Host First Nations facilities). Examples of registered gaming workers include security guards, bingo hall managers, dealers, Host First Nation Charity Workers, etc.
The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission requires all gaming workers to be registered to work in licensed gaming facilities.
To apply, simply fill out and return the relevant form:
As of July 1, 2015, the AGLC is responsible for ensuring that casinos and RECs comply with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA), associated Regulations and FINTRAC guidelines. The AGLC has created the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Program to ensure all casinos collect and report key casino transaction information to the AGLC consistently and accurately.
Registered Gaming Workers play a crucial role in ensuring the success of the AML program and compliance with the associated legislation, regulations and policies. Registered Gaming Workers are asked to complete the online AML training/certification course through AMLcertification.aglc.ca every two years.