Quality Assurance (QA) protocol must be kept in place in the cannabis industry in order to ensure the safety of the consumer. Whether it’s for recreational or medicinal use, there are requirements that must be met before the cannabis can be obtained by the consumer. With an increase in the use of cannabis in the...Read More
Health Canada now wants prospective cannabis licence holders to build their facilities first before going and applying for their particular licence. In the past, all you had to do was submit a series of paperwork to the government regulator and they would determine whether or not it would be appropriate for them to give you...Read More
The legalization of cannabis is driving the need for increased quality control and standardized methods throughout the production and testing processes. Just like other medicine or consumable products, cannabis must also go through extensive testing in order to ensure the potency and safety of the products, and it needs to be labelled with the right...Read More
The Cannabis Act and Regulations were implemented to establish a structure for managing the sale, production, and distribution of medical and recreational cannabis and cannabis products. The Cannabis Act includes strict rules regarding the sale and marketing processes for cannabis, and largely aims to regulate quality control for cannabis production...Read More
The beginning of the growing process starts with a seed and choosing the right genetics that is suitable for your goals and growing environment is the first step for successful growth. Plant genetics play a massive role in the flavor, yield, and characteristics of the plant, and seed selection is, therefore, a crucial part of...Read More
Ubiquitous cannabis legalization in countries around the world is forcing the need for new standardization guidelines and practices. Companies that participate in the development of standards will help move this process forward and in so doing will allow businesses to access international markets. A Canadian organization, the Standards Council of Canada...Read More
The World Health Organization’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and their foreign equivalents are highly encouraged guidelines, best practices, and regulations used worldwide that are designed to guide industries on how to consistently produce safe products from beginning to end...Read More
All training classes are moved to both online (live interactive webinar) and onsite training mode due to COVID-19 pandemic as of March 18, 2020. Please contact us for more details.
Due to COVID-19, all training programs will be held online (live, interactive, and instructor-led) until further notice. Hybrid Learning Mode will be used for programs that include hands-on training (theory will be delivered online and hands-on training will be delivered on-site). Students who wish to receive onsite instruction should contact the college. Please get in touch with us for more information!