Cannabis Cultivation and Processing
|Program Name||Cannabis Cultivation and Processing|
Centennial College is a champion of specialized areas. An opportunity has presented itself for our college to meet the demands of a new and emerging sector (cannabis) which will allow the college and students to build powerful pathways to employment by providing students with a hands-on and unparalleled experience. This Cannabis Cultivation and Processing program is a Centennial College certificate. It consists of 6 courses, total program hours will be 254; and will be a part-time offering through the School of Advancement. The courses will be developed and offered in partnership with Medz Cannabis Inc. Students will be taking two courses at their designated licensed facility.
The emergence of the cannabis industry in Canada is stimulating employment and business development in relation to new products and services. Centennial's Cannabis Cultivation and Processing certificate program is effectively designed to equip students with the appropriate knowledge and skills to enter an industry in strong demand. This program requires that students work in a legal, ethical and socially-responsible manner. Students will garner a theoretical understanding of cannabis law and regulations as well as the key characteristics of cannabis anatomy and functionality. In their online studies students will learn about processing cannabis to create product formulations, operating specialized cultivation materials and equipment, as well as quality control / quality assurance. Two courses, Cannabis Cultivation Systems (CNBS103) and Formulation of Cannabis Products (CNBS105) will be on site at a licensed cannabis cultivation facility. This program ensures students are job-ready for many entry-level positions currently available in one of the fastest emerging sectors in North America.
|Admission Requirements||Students must be 19 years or older
|Notes||Students will be required to get their WHMIS Certificate and Police Check, prior to starting the two field placement courses; CNBS103 - Cannabis Cultivation Systems and CNBS105 - Formulation of Cannabis Products.
Submission of both documents must be sent electronically to Program Officer, Elaine McSorley at email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Contact Name||Elaine McSorley|
|Contact Telephone||416-289-5000, 2228|
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CNBS-101||Introduction to Cannabis Studies|
|CNBS-105||Formulation of Cannabis Products|