Cannabis is a growing industry worldwide, and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is no exception. With the legalization of cannabis in Canada in 2018, the cannabis industry has exploded, and job opportunities in this field have multiplied.Read More
Cannabinoids are compounds found in the cannabis plant that have a variety of potential therapeutic applications, including pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects, and treatment of neurological disorders.Read More
Licensed Analytical Testing Laboratory’s (Labs) perform compliance testing for Licensed Producers of Cannabis in Canada. This is a requirement of the Cannabis Act and Regulations for compliance testing, in which these third-party Labs perform Quality Control (QC) Testing to quantify and verify finished cannabis products...Read More
The cannabis industry is a very young, budding (no pun intended) industry. The well-developed procedures and guidelines followed in the pharmaceutical sector are still not completely in place in the cannabis industry. In order to develop a pharmaceutical approach to medical cannabis...Read More
Attitudes towards cannabis are changing worldwide, what was once considered a dangerous drug associated with cocaine and heroin, is now viewed as beneficial for its therapeutic uses and medicinal properties. As the cannabis industry expands due to decriminalization and legalization of cannabis globally, a growing number of producers will have to meet an expanding market...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!