LAS VEGAS – Sierra Nevada Education, located in Las Vegas, Nevada has delivered the world’s first cannabis education and training app on IOS and Android to the public––delivering cutting edge cannabis education and job training. The Can-Ed App is launching with a free course available to everyone titled, “How To Get A Job In The Cannabis Industry.”
The initial launch of the Can-Ed app features dynamic paid courses that train on Nevada, California, and National Dispensary Compliance, Cannabis Science, Modes of Ingestion, Security and Diversion Prevention, and HIPAA Compliance. Cultivation education includes Confidentiality and Record Compliance; Security and Emergency Response and Diversion Prevention; Safety and Equipment Handling; Sanitation Practices, Nutrition Requirements, Mixing, Dispersal, & Flushing; Plant Stages and Dispersing Fertilizer; Recognizing Signs of Infestation, Pathogens, Disease, and Safe Disposal of Plants; Trimming, Drying, and Curing.
Continuing education will be offered to current and future cannabis employees. Upcoming courses will include Interpersonal Communication Fundamentals, Diversity & Inclusion, Workplace Harassment & Conflict, Time Management Fundamentals, Telephone Fundamentals, and Leadership and Motivation.
Representatives from Can-Ed will be available as a resource for information and media interviews. A free review version of select courses is available as well.
Media should direct all inquiries to Jason Sturtsman Cofounder of Can-Ed at [email protected] or by calling or texting 702-325-9923.
About Can-Ed & Sierra Nevada Education
Sierra Nevada Education believes that the cannabis education market is uniquely suited to disruption and change. As the world’s fastest-growing industry, the cannabis space is in need of education that is compliant and accessible. Regulation in the Cannabis industry means that each state, province, or country has specific laws that require education to maintain business compliance with regulatory authorities. The Sierra Nevada Education course engineering teams are creating dozens of variations on the core education certifications for each applicable state, province, and country; including translating the content into the necessary language and updating compliance policies accordingly. The Can-ed.com app is now available to the public. We are currently signing up dispensaries with their own branded version of the app, only available to existing staff and new employees. We are also working on using the platform to allow dispensaries to have public-facing branded apps for rapid customer analytics and marketing. Colleges and universities have also expressed an interest in a branded version of the app, to allow for them to deliver cannabis training to their existing students.