Event , Travel and Tourism Management
This course provides an introduction to online and offline betting, including the legal and regulatory framework, key terminology, and different types of betting. The course covers popular sports and horse racing betting, as well as casino betting. Additionally, students will learn about online betting, mobile betting, risk management, ethics, and social responsibility. The supervisory methods will include case studies, simulations, group discussions, and practical exercises. By the end of the course, students should have a solid understanding of the subject matter and be able to apply their knowledge to make informed betting decisions while recognizing the importance of responsible gambling practices.
The objectives of this course on online and offline betting include:
To introduce students to the key terminology, types, and legal and regulatory framework of betting.
To familiarize students with popular sports, horse racing, and casino betting, including the rules, strategies, and odds associated with each.
To enable students to make informed betting decisions by analyzing odds, probabilities, and applying statistics.
To provide students with an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of online and mobile betting, including payment systems and security measures.
To teach students how to manage risk and minimize losses by identifying and managing risks, practicing responsible gambling, and using bankroll management techniques.
To promote ethical and social responsibility in betting by raising awareness of the implications of betting and recognizing and avoiding problem gambling behaviors.
To equip students with supervisory methods and tools for monitoring and supervising betting activities, including identifying and preventing fraudulent activities.
By the end of the course, students should have a solid understanding of the subject matter and be able to apply their knowledge to make informed betting decisions while recognizing the importance of responsible gambling practices.
Understanding betting terminology
Legal and Regulatory Framework
Horse racing betting
Risk Management in Betting
Ethics and Social Responsibility in Betting
Supervisory methods may include case studies, simulations, group discussions, and practical exercises. Students could also be assigned research projects, essays, or presentations to apply their learning and demonstrate their understanding of the subject matter.
This framework is just a suggestion, and any course on betting should be designed with the input of experts and industry professionals.