Online Bingo TRAINING Program for Designated Bingo Chairpersons (Training Modules)
Welcome to the Online Bingo Training Program for Bingo Chairpersons, Unit Designated Agents and other key individuals. To complete this training:
Please read the Frequently Asked Questions so you understand how this online program will work.
Users will need to have the free Adobe Flash Playersoftware installed on their computers to view the modules.
Click the "Start Online Training" button below.
Create one account using one e-mail address; multiple accounts will be deleted.
Use formal name and verify correct social security number. If your information doesn't match, you get no credit and your bingo records are not updated.
This training takes approximately 6 hours to complete, once you log-in and create your training account, you will be able to start, stop and resume training as many times as you wish, simply by logging in again.
Once you have completed the training modules, comprehension quizzes, you will be able to print your own Certificate of Completion. You must print your certificate.
The Charitable Bingo Division Training Coordinator will update your individual bingo records to show completion of the training.
Note: (1.) When setting up your account and entering your social security number, enter only digits--no hyphens.
(2.) Make sure your organization submits the necessary schedule or supplement form to have you added to the organization's bingo license as an operator, bingo chairperson etc Completion of the bingo training does notautomatically add you to the organizaton's bingo records.
If you took the this training two years ago, the format and program has changed, you will need to re-enroll. Your old password will not work.
These modules are not part of the training for the Bingo Chairpersons. These modules are provided as a quick reference tool. They are identical to the Bingo Training modules for the Bingo Chairperson but do not have the voice narration or the slide show program function. You may click on these links, then use the "View" and "Note Page" options so you can see the slide itself and the speaker's notes that go with each slide.