Regulatory Compliance Training
Discovering Colorado's Cannabis Regulations
The program will explore the complex and nuanced regulatory structure of Colorado’s legal Cannabis industry. The course foundation will examine the historical and contemporary role Cannabis has played in shaping federal and international policy and ultimately shaping Colorado’s legal and regulated industry.
Industry Trends and Rationale
The cannabis industry is one of the fastest-growing markets in the United States. The Colorado Cannabis Regulatory Compliance Training (CCRC) provides an important resource for Colorado cannabis businesses to ensure they are meeting the ever-changing regulatory requirements. CCRC helps businesses stay informed, compliant, and competitive as the market continues to expand. The CCRC course provides a comprehensive overview of Colorado cannabis regulations, including the various state agencies involved in the industry and their respective roles. It also covers topics such as cannabis licensing, product safety, packaging and labeling, tax requirements, and security and safety protocols.
This program is carefully designed to aid cannabis industry employees in gaining knowledge on the various aspects of Cannabis Regulatory Compliance in Colorado through interactive activities, videos, quizzes, and real-life scenarios.
This program will cover the following topics:
- A Brief History of Cannabis Use and Legality and Federal Enforcement Priorities
- State Regulations and Laws
- Colorado Cannabis Regulations and Enforcement
- Colorado Cannabis Seed-to-Sale Tracking Requirements
- Colorado Cannabis Business Operations: Cultivation Operations
- Colorado Cannabis Business Operations: Manufacturing Operations
- Colorado Cannabis Business Operations: Store and Dispensing Operations
This program will prepare learners for various job titles including Owner/Operators, Compliance Officers, Cultivation Managers/Directors, Manufacturing Managers/Directors, Retail Managers/Directors, Inventory Manager and Administrators, Cultivation Technician, Manufacturing Technician, Director/Managers of Operations, General Manager, and Strategy and Operations Manager/Director.
The salaries of Cannabis operators in Colorado vary widely depending on the position and experience of the individual. Entry-level cannabis production technicians can expect to earn an average salary of $30,000-$40,000 per year. Cannabis retail managers can earn an average salary between $50,000 and $70,000. Experienced cannabis cultivators and extractors can expect to make around $80,000 to $100,000 per year. Cannabis executive positions can earn salaries in the six-figure range.
This program will equip learners with the following skills:
- Attention to detail
- Risk management
- Operational compliance
- Time management
- Effective communication
- Situational analysis
- Computer literacy
- Comprehension of complex rules and regulations
- Analytical skills
- Expectation Setting
- Cost analysis and budgeting
- Inventory management
- Writing skills
- Decision-making skills
- Legal knowledge
This program will equip learners with the following work competencies:
- Apply and analyze historical context to today’s regulated markets.
- Apply regulatory compliance to Cultivation, Manufacturing, and/or Dispensary Operations.
- Evaluate current operational processes and procedures for regulatory compliance.
- Create compliant operational processes and procedures.
- Apply and analyze regulatory rule changes into operational processes and procedures.
- Create compliant documentation and record-keeping practices.