Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Training: Preparing to Grow
This online Medicinal Cannabis Crop “Preparing to Grow” eLearning course will help employees, contractors and vendors better understand requirements for working in the medicinal cannabis sector.
What will you learn in the ‘preparing to grow medicinal cannabis’ training module?
This Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation training series by PharmOut’s expert cannabis industry consultants includes an overview of:
- Cannabis cultivation responsibilities related to crop preparations
- The importance of following standard operating procedures (SOPs)
- Prevention pests and diseases through quarantining incoming goods
- Crop recordkeeping
- The importance of crop care recordkeeping, IPM, PPE and visitor policies
- Quality management & risk prevention strategies to be considered when preparing to grow medicinal cannabis
Please review all Series 1 modules, as pre-requisites to this course and other courses included in the Series 2 training package for Medicinal Cannabis Industry induction training).
Who should complete this course?
These courses are suitable for anyone exploring the Medicinal Cannabis Industry including cultivation operations, manufacturing operations, quality control, site selection, engineering, and other industry-specific topics.
- These modules make excellent Cannabis Industry Induction training courses for employment seekers, future licence applicants, botanists, agricultural operation managers, and/or industry investors.
- This module is part of Series 2 in the Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Academy (MCCA) online training course.
- There are 6 modules in each of two series (Series 1 and Series 2).
- The courses are intended to be taken in order, as a series (this is Module 7 of 12 modules).
You can, however, take a training course individually.
How long do these Cannabis Industry training courses take to complete?
Duration of training modules in the online training series for Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Operations: On average, allow 90 minutes to 2.5 hours per module in the training series. It will vary, however, depending on your learning style, prior experience in the industry, and other factors.
Certificate of Completion
Each module in the online Cannabis Cultivation Training series is designed to help provide an induction to the sector. Courses may be suitable for medicinal cannabis cultivation employees, Employers in the Cannabis Industry, and job seekers who seek an orientation to what’s required to work in the medicinal cannabis industry or pharmaceutical medicine plant cultivation sectors.
Learners will be provided with a printable/downloadable Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of the course, including the Final Assessment (all training and assessments are available online).
This Certificate of Completion for the cannabis training courses is NOT a statement of your competency, and all online courses are for induction training/Education Purposes only.
The Course Completion Certificate for the training is an indicator you successfully completed that particular induction course module. You can download the Certificate of Completion, save it, print it and/or submit to your Personnel Department (or you can attach the Certificate to your current CV if you are applying for work with potential future employers in the Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Industry).
Note that there are strict hiring criteria for working in the medicinal cannabis sector due to the high value of medicinal cannabis crops.
Disclaimer: These courses are for EDUCATIONAL purposes only. The information in these modules and the Series are NOT to be used, nor implied as being useful for, operational or cultivation decisions. They should be combined with onsite training and Supervision. They can, however, provide new employees, licence applicants and/or investors with an introductory overview of various aspects of the global Medicinal Cannabis Industry. Other courses for Herbal Medicine Production, GMP, and GACP, can be found by clicking this link.
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