As the South African Cannabis industry grows, so will the need for skilled people to help keep pace with consumer demands. There is one thing that needs to be said: “Get educated, get involved, and get ahead in the cannabis industry”.
While many companies in the industry are small start up operations, they are quickly growing and with this will come new career opportunities as we have recently seen where Hydrobiz was offering a managerial position on one of South Africa’s licenced Cannabis facilities. I would never have thought I’d see a job application like this in South Africa during my time alive, but here we are…
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We have listed 6 courses below that have been created by the wonderful people at Cheeba Cannabis Academy. Feel free to go through them, browse carefully and see if you can a future career path in the making. These online courses have been updated to localize content where relevant to suit the South African landscape and growing cannabis industry.
We work closely with lawyers, doctors, pharmacists, growers, industry professionals and government organisations to ensure we are up to date and current. Our medical cannabis courses are brought to you in partnership with the US based cannabis online education platform Medical Marijuana 411. With over 800+ current, peer reviewed citations, Medical Marijuana 411 is the leader in online medical marijuana education for patients, medical professionals and dispensary consultants.Cheeba Cannabis Academy
If you’d like to view them individually & sign up, choose from the following course:
Medical Professional Course
Cannabis Grow Masterclass – Hosted by Natie Ferreira
Cannabis 101 Course
Cannabis Consultant (Budtender) Certification
Cannabis 101 Fundamentals Bundle Course
Medical Cannabis CPD Course
The Cheeba Cannabis Academy is a dynamic and diverse academic institute committed to providing accurate, relevant, current and trustworthy cannabis information and training. We provide students with the knowledge, skills and network needed to lead and succeed in our rapidly evolving cannabis industry and to help decriminalise cannabis in the minds of Africans.