Module One: Introduction to Commercial Plant Production
Students will learn to identify the key differences in plant characteristics, receive an introduction to treatment techniques and Integrated Pest Management and the fundamentals of how to design and optimize the environment for commercial-scale cannabis production. In addition, students will study irrigation options and techniques; growing mediums and hydroponic systems; crop cycles; drying and storage procedures—all within the scope of Health Canada’s strict regulations.
Module Two: Introduction to Good Production Practices, Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Health Canada’s Regulations
Students will study the foundational topics and concepts in Good Production Practices including sanitation, security, storage, labelling, destruction, Standard Operating Procedure design and implementation, and record keeping. Students will also examine the key concepts in Quality Management Systems, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, an introduction to the history of legal and regulatory changes, and the application process for becoming a micro or standard licensed producer.
Who should attend?
Those who would like to learn more about the Cannabis Industry, working in or operating a Cannabis facility.
What you will Learn
- Introduction to the Cannabis Plant
- Facility and Cultivation Design and Cultivation Inputs
- Pests and Disease
- Environmental Conditions and Monitoring
- Good Production Practices and Post Processing
- Quality Assurance, Quality Control & Quality Management System
- Regulations and Laws
14 Weeks, Online
$ 1499.00 plus HST
Email Colleen Ringham firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2497 for questions.