Alaska Marijuana Handler Permit Training
Accredited by Alaska’s AMCO to provide the Marijuana Handler Permit Training.
Receive your Alaska Marijuana Handler Permit Training today…and get a leg up on your competition in Alaska’s cannabis industry. The Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office (or AMCO) requires every licensee, employee, or agent of a marijuana establishment who sells, cultivates, manufactures, tests, or transports marijuana or marijuana product, or who checks the identification of a consumer or visitor of a marijuana establishment, must complete state-approved Marijuana Handler Permit training.
Whether you are an owner, cultivator, processor, lab or dispensary technician, transporter, or working security; this is the perfect compliance training for you to learn all the required laws and regulations in Alaska. If you are looking to move up in the cannabis industry in Alaska, this is the ideal opportunity for you to grow your knowledge base and stand out from others. Taking the initiative to get certified is required to work in Alaska’s thriving cannabis industry.
Our Alaska Marijuana Handler Certification is a state-approved training for anyone who works in a licensed marijuana establishment in Alaska. Green CulturED is an Alaska-authorized training provider for the Marijuana Handler Permit and we developed the Alaska Marijuana Handler Certification in collaboration with our team of Subject Matter Experts. This self-paced and interactive certification meets the training requirements for Alaska’s cannabis industry workers per 3 AAC 306.700 and Marijuana Handler Permits are valid for three years.
There are many regulations specific to the state of Alaska, so state-approved training is a must to protect yourself and your employer or business. This certification provides the training required to apply and successfully receive a Marijuana Handler Permit from the State of Alaska to work in the emerging cannabis industry. Our qualified Subject Matter Experts bring passion and enthusiasm to every part of our training.
- How to Determine a Valid Identification
- The Effects of Cannabis Consumption
- How to Identify Cannabis Impairment
- Preventing Unlawful Cannabis Consumption
- Alaska Penalty for Unlawful Acts
- Statutes: AS17.37, AS17.38, and 3 AAC 306
- Video: 8 Interactive Training
- Resource: 6 eBook Guides
- Assessment: 6 Quiz Activities
- Glossary: Statute Definitions
- Display: Digital Badge & Certificate