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Cannabis Training University's "Master of Cannabis" Certification Program Is Taking Off


On January 23, 2022, Cannabis Training University (CTU) announced the launch of “Master of Cannabis,” a comprehensive online training program for entrepreneurs and professionals in the marijuana industry. ” Since its release, the online cannabis career training program has been receiving high satisfaction scores from students,” said Karen Getchell, CTU’s Director of Content Development. “So far, Cannabis Training University students have given the course an average satisfaction rating of 4.59 on a scale of 1 to 5.”

DENVER, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — On January 23, 2022, Cannabis Training University (CTU) announced the launch of “Master of Cannabis,” a comprehensive training program for entrepreneurs and professionals in the marijuana industry. “The online cannabis career training program has been receiving high satisfaction scores from students,” said Karen Getchell, CTU’s Director of Content Development. “So far, students have given the course an average satisfaction rating of 4.59 on a scale of 1 to 5.”

The 42-hour program provides in-depth training in marijuana growing, extraction, cooking, budtending, dispensary management, business startup and operation, work permits, business licensing, careers, laws, regulations, and medicine—including information on 16 ancillary careers and 20 ancillary business opportunities. The extensive curriculum prepares students to work at, manage, or own a business in any sector of the cannabis industry, anywhere in the world.

“Our Master of Cannabis Certification Program teaches students everything they need to know to succeed in the highly competitive cannabis industry,” said Jeff Zorn, CEO of Cannabis Training University. “CTU is the only school that provides in-depth training for all of the primary industry sectors—cultivation, manufacturing, medicine, and retail—all in one comprehensive program.”

With the Master of Cannabis Certification Program, students receive a curated, streamlined learning experience with a clear, easy-to-navigate structure. The expanded curriculum builds on CTU’s impressive e-library of in-depth videos and written content and adds several hours of new, up-to-date, written and video content from leading industry experts. When students successfully complete the program, they will receive ten separate cannabis certifications: one certificate for each topic in the course.

In addition to eight comprehensive cannabis classes, students get access to six textbooks written by Master Cannabis Trainer Ed Rosenthal, the undisputed world leader in cannabis education. Students also receive 72 downloadable resources—including informational handouts, resume and cover letter templates, and marijuana calculators—that they can use at their own businesses. The course also provides access to CTU’s exclusive job board, where they can find CTU-certified employees and jobs.

For a limited time, students can enroll in Master of Cannabis for a low introductory price of $299 (or four payments of $74.75 each with approved credit through Sezzle). After the initial offering, the price will increase to $2,500.

Cannabis Training University’s self-paced learning environment gives students the freedom to earn their certification at their own pace. Once enrolled, students receive access to the course for a full year. That includes access to CTU’s frequently updated licensing, work permit, medical program, and legal information for every US state, Canadian province, and Canadian territory. The Master of Cannabis program also includes information about federal cannabis programs in 50 countries. Entrepreneur Kevin O’Leary from ABC’s Shark Tank advises, “If you want to stay on the legal side, there is a way to pursue it. That’s the training you get from the Cannabis Training University.”

The cannabis career training course can be accessed from any device, at any time, from anywhere in the world. After previewing the course, PJ Gauthier, a small cannabis business owner and adult learning consultant, said, “The nice thing…is you can access it with any device. You can use a tablet, a laptop, or…phone. You could pick it up wherever you wanted at any time.”

According to the Leafly Jobs Report, legal cannabis now supports 428,059 full-time jobs in the United States. With recent adult-use legalization in Arizona, Connecticut, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia, job opportunities will experience huge growth in 2022 and beyond. There has never been a better time to invest in the cannabis industry!

About Cannabis Training University:

Cannabis Training University, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, is the leading online source for cannabis education. Founded in late 2009 by Jeff Zorn, CTU began as a series of live seminars across the United States. After a year of highly successful seminars, CTU migrated to an online format in order to give students everywhere access to CTU’s expansive content at an affordable rate. The CTU faculty and staff includes leading cannabis attorneys, accountants, world-renowned cannabis horticulturists, dispensary managers, budtenders, point of sale software companies, cannabis chefs, and canna-business owners and vendors.

First to market in the cannabis education space and at the forefront of the cannabis education movement, CTU provides valuable training to students all over the globe. In the past year, many thousands of students in the US, Canada, and other countries have successfully completed Cannabis Training University training programs. Over 75,000 students to date have successfully completed training at CTU, the most of any online cannabis college worldwide, grossing in the tens of millions of dollars for CTU.

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Jeffrey Zorn, Cannabis Training University, 1 844-484-3299, support@thectu.com

Jeffrey Zorn, Cannabis Training University, 844-484-3288, support@thectu.com

 

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