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News 8 Apr 2019

EL organises first ‘executive’ module of its corporate university

Following the success of the Induction Module of the European Lotteries Corporate University ELCU, the Executive Module was hosted by EL in Lausanne, Switzerland from 1-3 April 2019.

Designed for lottery professionals with five or more years experience, EL uses this second module of the Corporate University to build a further block in its specialised training programme for its Members.

Brussels, April 8, 2019 - Following the success of the Induction Module of the European Lotteries Corporate University ELCU, the Executive Module was hosted by EL in Lausanne, Switzerland from 1-3 April 2019.

Designed for lottery professionals with five or more years experience, EL uses this second module of the Corporate University to build a further block in its specialised training programme for its Members.

Over one and a half days, EL brought together over 30 lottery professionals to actively participate and contribute to discussions on critical lottery topics. 

On the first day, participants had the opportunity to listen to presentations on selected topics, including Innovation (David Caygill, Iris Worldwide, UK), Security and Integrity (Carlos Bachmaier, SELAE), Gaming Regulation (James Holdaway, Gambling Commission, UK), as well as an interview with Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, CEO of Loterie Romande and former WLA President. The event was moderated by Ray Bates, EL Honorary President and sponsored by Evgeniy Vlasenko as supervisory chair of the Education Working Group.

The presentations were followed by discussions and exchanges in small groups on several case studies covering the principle areas and activities of a modern lottery. Topics included the relationship between lottery and regulator, the development of a corporate risk register, game design, new games and innovations, add on games, marketing and PR, internet games, among many more relevant case studies. 

‘‘The first edition of the Executive Module of the EL Corporate University in Lausanne, was a great success!’’ says Arjan van ‘t Veer, EL Secretary General. ‘‘Lottery professionals from a range of disciplines, functions and countries shared views and learned about several case studies, relevant to their skills and needs. Mixing people and competences kept the discussions dynamic, allowing for a good exchange of experiences from the lottery world. I think it proved again that the new setup of the EL Corporate University is of value to the EL Membership’’. 

The European Lotteries Corporate University is composed of different modules: Induction, Executive and Director. The next edition (Induction level) takes place in Lausanne from 3-6 September 2019. This programme will be designed for new entrants and “cadets” with up to three years’ lottery experience. 

More information available here https://www.european-lotteries.org/event/el-corporate-university-induction-level?cf=14