If you were to talk to people who work in the marijuana industry the majority of them would give you a common response that the industry is covering much ground and varied with regards to information, innovation, development and research. However, the industry of medical marijuana is still very much in a growing and progressive stage and there is a great deal of possibilities with seemingly unlimited room to expand.

Online Classes Available For Marijuana Education
If you were to talk to people who work in the marijuana industry the majority of them would give you a common response that the industry is covering much ground and varied with regards to information, innovation, development, and research. However, the industry of medical marijuana is still very much in a growing and progressive stage and there is a great deal of possibilities with seemingly unlimited room to expand.

To that conclusion, a Washington state-based company has arrived to help educate and lead marijuana shops, caregivers, and various other professionals through the ins and outs of the cannabis industry

Initiated by a former Citibank executive, the Cannabis Training Institute was developed with the idea of becoming the industries hot spot for online schooling. Since its start back in November 2013, the brainchild of Greta Carter and others has served more than 2,000 students with compliance and certification, training, and business education

“The idea came from the lack of education that we saw in the cannabis industry,” stated Silvia Orizaba, a nutritionist and physical therapy assistant with previous experience in kinesiology and one of CTI’s founders. Orizaba has been working with the cannabis industry since 2008 and has worked if different capacities “So we wanted to provide information to help businesses become more compliant [with state regulations] and to help other students get jobs in the industry.”

The way the class structure was developed is in association with Americans for Safe Access, which has over 10 years of experience teaching people, writing and lobbying on marijuana as a non-profit.

Online classes involve “Cultivation and Processing Standards,” “Manufacturing and Operations Standards,” “Laboratory Standards,” “Business Plan Writing” and “Robbery Awareness,” among others.

“The states like Washington and Nevada, they don’t offer education, and they realize that the employees have to become educated,” said Orizaba. “The states want to know what kind of training the employees have, so we provide the training.”
Or, Like Director of Business Development, Luc Nelson, succinctly put it, “Finding good knowledge is hard to find. Information is changing all the time.”

Initiated by a former Citibank executive, the Cannabis Training Institute was developed with the idea of becoming the industries hot spot for online schooling. Since its start back in November 2013, the brainchild of Greta Carter and others has served more than 2,000 students with compliance and certification, training and business education

“The idea came from the lack of education that we saw in the cannabis industry,” stated Silvia Orizaba, a nutritionist and physical therapy assistant with previous experience in kinesiology and one of CTI’s founders. Orizaba has been working with the cannabis industry since 2008 and has worked if different capacities “So we wanted to provide information to help businesses become more compliant [with state regulations] and to help other students get jobs in the industry.”

The way the class structure was developed is in association with Americans for Safe Access, which has over 10 years of experience teaching people, writing and lobbying on marijuana as a non-profit.

Online classes involve “Cultivation and Processing Standards,” “Manufacturing and Operations Standards,” “Laboratory Standards,” “Business Plan Writing” and “Robbery Awareness,” among others.

“The states like Washington and Nevada, they don’t offer education, and they realize that the employees have to become educated,” said Orizaba. “The states want to know what kind of training the employees have, so we provide the training.”
Or, Like Director of Business Development, Luc Nelson, succinctly put it, “Finding good knowledge is hard to find. Information is changing all the time.”


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