The training course, which represents an MQF Level 4 qualification, runs as evening classes throughout the year from iGaming Academy’s training centre in St Julians. Learners complete a wide-ranging syllabus covering topics including product management, regulatory compliance and gaming operations.
Certification is provided on completion of a final test and assessment and is widely respected as a strong indicator of understanding and aptitude for a career in the iGaming industry.
Award in iGaming is delivered in partnership with MCAST and EGIM – The European Gaming Institute of Malta. It is also part of the Get Qualified scheme, through which students can claim up to 70% off the course fees.
MGA’s survey, entitled Skills Gaps Affecting The Online Gaming Industry In Malta, cited the award as a key achievement having enrolled 58 students by November 2019.
The survey highlights the ongoing need for training and skills development to support the growing needs of Malta’s iGaming industry.
Learn more about Award in iGaming at: igacademy.com/courses/award-in-igaming-mqf-level-4/