Gaming machine and systems testing specialist BMM Testlabs says it is expanding its industry training and education programme – known as the BMM Academy – during 2015.
Subjects offered by the Academy to participating organisations include: ‘Independent Test Labs and their Responsibilities’ as well as ‘EGM [Electronic Gaming Machine] Essentials’ and ‘Class II Technical Standards’.
Also on offer is an in-depth series covering ‘Math Analysis’, ‘Electronic Signatures’, ‘Source Code’ and more detailed areas of the testing and certification process.
“BMM is committed to the global gaming industry and we are dedicated to ensuring that up-to-date, accurate and engaging training is available,” said Martin Storm, BMM’s president and chief executive.
“The BMM Academy fills this need, with customised training in the right place, at the right time, provided by long-time industry experts and engineers,” he added.
Las Vegas-based BMM employs around 300 people in 13 global locations – including Macau – and serves over 400 jurisdictions.
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