Philadelphia, PA, May 3, 2017 (Newswire.com) - This Sunday, HempStaff will hold two four-hour professional training courses for potential medical marijuana dispensary workers, also known as Budtenders. This course teaches participants about cannabis, cannabis products and Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana laws and regulations, in addition to helping students create their resume, geared toward the cannabis industry, to increase their chances of getting those coveted medical marijuana dispensary interviews.
HempStaff, a medical marijuana staffing and training agency, is hosting a Medical Marijuana Dispensary Agent Training Classes in Philadelphia this Sunday, May 7th. The class will be at the Doubletree Philadelphia Airport located at 4509 Island Avenue. There are 2 classes to select from: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The cost is $249 with advance online registration or $300 cash at the door, if seats are available. Click here for more information on HempStaff's Budtender Training.
Great speakers, extremely informative and knew their stuff when it came to answering our questions. Covered a lot of material in a short period of time. I would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in a career, or, if someone just wants to educate themselves about the benefits and types of medicinal use.
Student, HempStaff Boston Course
In a 2015 survey, a whopping 84% of the American populace supports the legalization of medical marijuana. The sales of legal marijuana increased in the United States by roughly 17% in 2015, resulting in $5.4 billion total sales. A new economy of cannabis is sprouting. While many traditional business ventures take years to become profitable, almost 90% of dispensaries, recreational marijuana stores, commercial cultivators, and infused products companies report breaking even or making a profit in 2016. The U.S. marijuana industry has created an estimated 100,000 to 150,000 new work positions nationwide.
HempStaff has trained and certified more than 2,200 dispensary agents nationwide and continues to hold classes across the United States, with many more slated for 2017. HempStaff is also a recruiting agency; when business owners contract us to find entry-level dispensary or cultivation site workers, students who successfully pass the course are contacted first.
HempStaff’s course offers participants training about cannabis and cannabis products along with all the information to keep up-to-date with Pennsylvania medical marijuana laws. The course is completed with a certification exam, and HempStaff offers a resume review to help best prepare them for seeking employment.
"Great speakers, extremely informative and knew their stuff when it came to answering our questions. Covered a lot of material in a short period of time. I would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in a career, or if someone just wants to educate themselves about the benefits and types of medicinal use,” said one recent student about their experience with the course. HempStaff provides a number of testimonials on their website from satisfied students who gained knowledge and appreciated the resume assistance in order to find work in the industry.
Permit applications for Pennsylvania licenses to grow and dispense medical marijuana were due in by March 20. The state is currently reviewing the more than 500 applications they received, and is expected to announce licenses at the end of June. The first round of licensing in Pennsylvania will award up to 12 cultivation licenses and 27 dispensary licenses, with each dispensary license allowed to open up to 3 locations. For more information about the upcoming training and to register, visit HempStaff.com.
HempStaff is a marijuana industry recruiting, staffing and training agency specializing in finding management level employees, such as master growers, extractors or dispensary managers. The company is also the industry leader in Marijuana Industry Recruiting and Dispensary Agent Training. For more information, visit HempStaff.com.
Source: HempStaff, LLC