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Jul 27

Patient Focused Certification In-Person Training

  • July 27, 2017 9:00 AM
  • Offit Kurman in Baltimore, MD

Patient Focused Certification Program will be holding a 1-day Training, Thursday, July 27th at the Offit Kurman Office in Baltimore. 

Patient Focused Certification (PFC) and its staff and alumni have helped cannabis businesses win more State licenses than any other organization!  Whether you are applying for a medical cannabis license, hoping to obtain a job at a dispensary or cultivator, or just want to learn more about the industry, this class is for you.  

This 1-day training is taught in sections, providing a well-rounded understanding of the history of medical cannabis laws, cannabis as medicine, cannabis science and research, running a safe cannabis business, compliance regulations specific to cultivation and processing, and state-specific laws and regulations. After completion of this course, and passing of exams (70% or higher) participants will receive a certification. Space is limited, so sign up early!!  

The Training Course includes:

  • Cannabis as Medicine

  • Business Operations

  • Understanding the Law

  • State and Legal Compliance Training

  • National Cannabis Standards Training (NCST)*

*Please note, depending on attendees preference, we will be offering NCST in either Cultivation and Processing Operations, Dispensing Operations, or Manufacturing Operations in-person, while the other classes will be available for participants to take after class either on-line or through a live webinar. Participants can choose to take 1 or all 3! 

PFC is a project of Americans for Safe Access, an organization with more than 15 years of experience and expertise. Our staff have trained thousands of medical cannabis industry professionals and regulators. Regulators from around the country have contacted PFC to prepare for inspections and assessments of medical cannabis companies. PFC is also the nation’s only program based on the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) guidelines and the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP) Cannabis monograph.