Training And Consulting For The Cannabis Industry
We help cannabis businesses build and sustain regulatory compliance programs by combining our deep understanding of relevant laws and regulations with decades of broad compliance expertise.
RESPONSIBLE VENDOR TRAINING
We have been a certified provider of Responsible Vendor Training (now called Basic Core Curriculum) in Massachusetts since 2019. In 2022, we were certified as a Responsible Vendor Training provider in Colorado. Both courses are offered in a web-based virtual format, available to be taken anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace.
DIVERSITY AND IMPLICIT BIAS TRAINING
This new course includes a review of the benefits and challenges of diversity and implicit bias training, insights into how to constructively think about and discuss highly charged issues, a balanced overview of our country's history of prejudice against marginalized groups as well as progress that we've made, a summary of state and federal laws and regulations protecting marginalized groups, a thought-provoking and inclusive guided discussion of race and gender-related workplace issues reflected in current events, and specific, actionable recommendations to do the hard work needed to advance diversity in the workplace. This course is available live, either in person or via Zoom.
We welcome the opportunity to learn more about your business and compliance needs. Get in touch to learn more about how this service can help you.
MORE SERVICES COMING SOON
We'll be adding more training and consulting services soon! Check back to learn about our newest offerings.
OUR COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL EQUITY
We share the commitment to encourage full participation in the cannabis industry by people from communities that have previously been disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition and enforcement and to positively impact those communities, as well as to support businesses owned by minorities, veterans, and women. To show our support, we offer mentorship and discounted services to state Social Equity Program participants, minority-owned business enterprises (MBEs), veteran owned business enterprises (VBEs), and women owned business enterprises (WBEs).