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Training Made Specifically for the NEEDS of the Cannabis Industry

Browse our Course Catalog to review our online training to see if it fits your organization’s needs, Green CulturED listens to our most important stakeholders – YOU, our partner.

Our extensive catalog is available for the cannabis industry, ensuring the best possible training options and we prioritize topics on our Training Roadmap – from YOUR feedback.

Every month we release NEW courses so if you need training for a specific topic please submit and vote on other proposed courses to help us decide which one we will release next!

We help cannabis companies develop the industry’s most productive and admired workforces, with our comprehensive catalog of eLearning courses so we are here to help you every step of the way.

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Air and Environment
27.00
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Air and Environment

Environmental conditions inside a growing space play an integral part in the success of the harvest. Everything from carbon dioxide content to temperature weighs on the ability of the plants to properly grow. Carbon dioxide and oxygen provide basic building blocks for plant life – without CO2 a plant will die. In this module, we’ll review the composition of the garden’s air environment and best practices for airflow in the garden.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Creating air movement in the growing space– essential to a healthy indoor harvest
  • Measuring and managing circulation, temperature, humidity, and ventilation of the growing space
Analysis and Testing
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Cannabis Analysis and Testing

Analysis and testing of cannabis products is a keystone to providing patients with high-quality medication. In this module, we’ll be exploring how labs test for potency, residual chemicals, and foreign materials.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Understand the fundamental principles of cannabis analysis
  • Identify the different types of testing performed on cannabis prior to sale
Ballasts and Bulbs for Lighting
17.00
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Ballasts and Bulbs for Lighting

Ballasts regulate specific starting requirements and line voltage for High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps. In this module we’ll learn the types of ballasts and what to be careful of when purchasing ballasts.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • How to choose ballasts and lamps
  • Benefits of digital ballasts
  • Explore different ballast and lighting systems (120 Volts and/or 240 Volts)
Calendar and Checklist
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Cannabis Calendar and Checklist

Maintaining a grow calendar helps growers plan their growth cycle. Keeping a checklist adds necessary quality checks during the average three-month life cycle of cannabis plants. We’ll cover the major milestones of plant development during each stage of the plant’s life.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Creating and managing a cannabis grow calendar
  • Learn best practices for keeping a healthy cannabis garden
Chemistry
7.00
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Cannabis Chemistry

Cannabis is one of the given names of the Cannabis Sativa plant. In this module, we’ll review the active ingredient in cannabis, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as simply THC as well as several other Cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Differences between Trans-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC9) and Tetrahydrocannabinold (THC8)
  • What is: Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinol (CBN), Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), and Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Psycho-active Cannabinoids
Clones, Cloning, and Mothers
17.00
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Cannabis Clones, Cloning, and Mothers

Cannabis can be reproduced (propagated) asexually. When the clones develop roots, the plant starts the vegetative growth cycle. The plant will begin photosynthesizing as much as possible to grow. In this module, we will explore the vegetative growth cycle, from initial growing phase to preparing for the flowering of the garden.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Preserving the genetics of the cannabis plant
  • How to reduce the time it takes for a crop to mature
  • Combine flowering and harvest cycles to form a “perpetual harvest”
CO2 Enrichment
17.00
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Cannabis CO2 Enrichment

Elevating carbon dioxide (CO2) levels increases plants ability to uptake nutrition as well as increases the plants’ rate of growth. In this module, we will cover advanced CO2 growing techniques and innovations leading to higher quality yields, quicker turnaround times, and maximize product yield for the garden’s canopy space.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Measuring and monitoring CO2 levels
  • Producing CO2 in an enclosed space
  • Using CO2 emitter and generator systems
Concentrates and Infused Products
27.00
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Cannabis Concentrates and Infused Products

There is a wide variety of cannabis concentrates that are currently available for patient consumption. In this module, we’ll explore different methods of production with a focus on health and safety. We also review how concentrates are used as well as the infused products that can be made with them.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • Learn the common mediums and methods for creating cannabis concentrates
  • Help patients make informed decisions on the use of cannabis concentrates
Dispensary Technician Skills
37.00
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Dispensary Technician Skills

Our introductory course to retail cannabis vending. In this module, we’ll review the essential skills to determining the quality of product you are dispensing, developing a relationship with your customer and the basics of working in a dispensary.

Key Topics/Skills:

  • How to talk about cannabis and cannabis products
  • Understand the relationship between cannabis weight, cannabis quality, and cannabis pricing
  • Effectively market your inventory
  • Be safe and secure in your dispensary environment
  • Develop excellent patient-customer rapport
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Cannabis Training
Air and Environment Image
Air and Environment
Air and Environment Environmental conditions inside a growing space play an integral part in the success of the harvest. Everything from carbon dioxide content to temperature weighs on the ability of the plants to properly grow.... Read More
27.00
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Analysis and Testing
Cannabis Analysis and Testing Analysis and testing of cannabis products is a keystone to providing patients with high-quality medication. In this module, we’ll be exploring how labs test for potency, residual chemicals, and fo... Read More
Ballasts and Bulbs for Lighting Image
Ballasts and Bulbs for Lighting
Ballasts and Bulbs for Lighting Ballasts regulate specific starting requirements and line voltage for High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps. In this module we’ll learn the types of ballasts and what to be careful of when purcha... Read More
17.00
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Calendar and Checklist
Cannabis Calendar and Checklist Maintaining a grow calendar helps growers plan their growth cycle. Keeping a checklist adds necessary quality checks during the average three-month life cycle of cannabis plants. We’ll cover the... Read More
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Chemistry
Cannabis Chemistry Cannabis is one of the given names of the Cannabis Sativa plant. In this module, we’ll review the active ingredient in cannabis, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as simply THC a... Read More
Clones, Cloning, and Mothers Image
Clones, Cloning, and Mothers
Cannabis Clones, Cloning, and Mothers Cannabis can be reproduced (propagated) asexually. When the clones develop roots, the plant starts the vegetative growth cycle. The plant will begin photosynthesizing as much as possible to ... Read More
17.00
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CO2 Enrichment
Cannabis CO2 Enrichment Elevating carbon dioxide (CO2) levels increases plants ability to uptake nutrition as well as increases the plants’ rate of growth. In this module, we will cover advanced CO2 growing techniques and inno... Read More
17.00
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Concentrates and Infused Products
Cannabis Concentrates and Infused Products There is a wide variety of cannabis concentrates that are currently available for patient consumption. In this module, we’ll explore different methods of production with a focus on he... Read More
27.00
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Dispensary Technician Skills
Dispensary Technician Skills Our introductory course to retail cannabis vending. In this module, we’ll review the essential skills to determining the quality of product you are dispensing, developing a relationship with your c... Read More
37.00
Evan Erickson
Chief Training Officer & Founder

A Message From Our Founder

Be honest… How would you describe your employee training? Disorganized? Understaffed? Undertrained? Over-worked? Non-existent?

Well if you said anything other than, “A well-oiled machine,” you’ve come to the right place. Assuming you have a team, it’s likely a loosely assembled group, all scrambling around sending emails, updating employees on new regulations, running in-person training, establishing Standard Operating Procedures, and doing their best to “figure it out”…without anyone necessarily knowing what anyone else is doing.

They’re busy. And they try hard. But are they really getting well trained? Is their work making a MEASURABLE difference to your company? When I asked this question about my own company, I didn’t like the answer. That’s why I created Green CulturED.

As a member, you’ll be able to grow a dedicated, COORDINATED team of cannabis industry rock stars. And best of all, critical (but time-consuming) tasks such as recruiting, training and retaining top talent will become effortless, and you’ll finally have a team all moving toward the same goal…

…growing YOUR company! So if you like the idea of transforming your ordinary (or non-existent) training into a group of well-developed employees, then schedule a demonstration today.