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 will cover the major milestones of plant development during each stage of the plant’s life.
- Creating and managing a cannabis grow calendar
- Learn best practices for keeping a healthy cannabis garden
What to Expect
- Video-Based Training (Closed-Captioning)
- Supplemental Videos
- Certificate of Completion
End of Course Instructions
At the end of every training, you will be given a short quiz to test your knowledge of the material presented and a passing score of 80 percent or greater is the minimum requirement to receive the certificate of completion. You will be able to view every assessment result, which answers you got wrong and right, and feedback as to why the right answer is the most correct.
Subject Matter Experts (SME’s)
This course is created by our Instructional Design (ID) team working alongside with Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) who are considered an authority in a particular area or topic in the cannabis industry. They communicate their knowledge, offer an outline of the subjects, define the resources and check the accuracy, but they are usually not the ones creating a course. It is our Instructional Designers who work with experts to make the process of training as convenient, engaging and cost-effective as possible.
At Green CulturED we believe that cannabis knowledge should be available to everyone and the principal aim of our Admission Policy is to offer students the highest intellectual potential, regardless of physical location, cannabis experience, legal jurisdiction, and financial considerations. That’s why our training is available for anyone to enroll at any time, we are continuously updating our curriculum, so the enrollment duration is forever, students pay tuition 1-time for unlimited access.
In the increasingly competitive cannabis job market, providing a prospective employer with proof of training shows that you have taken the initiative to learn on your own and will increase your chances of getting hired. It demonstrates to prospective employers that you will require less training than other applicants and will put you ahead of other candidates who are applying for the same position.
By properly training employees it allows your business to deliver the very best customer experience and cannabis products to succeed in the cannabis industry. There is a wide range of cannabis knowledge required and it is always changing; so, it can be difficult to keep up to date with, much less to train employees on. By training employees, it increases the business profitability and reduces risk by having a workforce with an established baseline level of knowledge.