Platform Roadmap

Great eLearning Solutions are the RESULT of Breakthrough Community Collaboration so Our Roadmap Showcases Upcoming Features That We'll Implement so Add "Ideas" & Vote On Ones Added Today.

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Facility Security Plan

Access control to licensed premises and their limited-access areas is one key component of your mission of complete and comprehensive security of the premises. To achieve thorough access control, cannabis operations will install a commercially viable, up-to-date security alarm system and video surveillance system to prevent and detect diversion, theft, or loss of cannabis and…

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Crime Scene Investigation and Protection

Crimes are becoming more prevalent as the cannabis industry grows and this training will help you to do your part to help ensure that all crime scenes remain secure for investigation and protected so you’ll have a plan to implement when a crime scene occurs that’ll assist law enforcement. The goal of the crime scene…

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Security Use of Force

Security officers and private security companies play a crucial role in providing a wide range of services to the cannabis industry. In providing such services to cannabis operations, security officers are hired or outsourced to private security companies, but sometimes they will be required to use force to protect persons and property. Any use of…

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Chemical Spill

Before outlining employee responsibilities and administering training, it’s worth considering if the spill response should be outsourced. The HAZWOPER standard does allow the option for employees to evacuate the facility in the event of a spill if the company pre-arranges to have a fully-trained outside emergency team respond to the spill. If your company will…

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Access Area Control

Access control systems protect cannabis businesses against inventory and profit losses and keep employees and customers safe. An access control system only allows authorized people to enter by using a key fob, card, or biometric. The system also maintains a complete record of every time a person enters and leaves. An access control system helps…

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Cannabis Pesticide and Fertilizer Standards

The use of pesticides in crop cultivation is not new, and cannabis crops are no exception. Many studies have found that the use of these is common and that high levels of pesticides are transferred into cannabis smoke. The most common pesticide classes associated with cannabis are insecticides, acaricides, and fungicides. There are hundreds of…

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Worker Protection Standard (WPS)

The Worker Protection Standard (WPS) is aimed at reducing the risk of pesticide poisoning and injury in the cannabis industry among “Agricultural Workers” and “Pesticide Handlers”. This is a pesticide safety training program that is made specifically for the cannabis industry and mandated for those who have the potential for pesticide exposure. Cannabis cultivators who…

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Best Cannabis Plant Pesticides

Like other commonly cultivated plants, cannabis can be negatively affected by pest insects. In fact, if you grow cannabis for an extended period, chances are good that you will, at some point, experience some variety of pest insects. When it comes to dealing with pest insects, proper identification and immediate treatment are crucial to eradicating…

Under Review Category: Cannabis Cultivation, Legal Compliance, Safety & Health 0 comments
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Endocannabinoid Diet

Certain foods and activities can help the endocannabinoid system function optimally, improve your health, and increase the effectiveness of medical cannabis. Various practices can be used in addition to cannabinoid therapeutics or without it to enhance the endocannabinoid system. For example, voluntary and enjoyable exercises like running, yoga, and other types of physical fitness can…

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Indoor/Outdoor Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage…

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Crowdsourcing Process

We Innovate by Providing a Crowdsourced Platform to Ideate & Collaborate on Interesting Requests From Our "Cannabis-Loving" Community to the Subject Matter Experts Who Are Driving Its Innovation.

Crowdsourcing

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Post Ideas

Share your ideas with our community to help improve the eLearning solutions we provide.

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Vote Ideas

Browse & add ideas then vote on the ones that you would like to see added to our platform.

Instructional Design Team

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Create List

Many times a year, our team creates a prioritization list from the most-voted ideas.

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Prioritize Ideas

Always add new ideas or vote on current ones so we're able prioritize your needs.

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Refresh Roadmap

Our roadmap is refreshed to include ideas that earned the most votes by our audience.

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Development

Our team starts working on the winning ideas selected by our community.

Safe Harbor Statement

This is intended to outline our general platform direction and it is for informational purposes only so your requests may not be incorporated into our solutions (this is NOT a commitment to deliver any code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making decisions). The development, release, and timing of any specific platform features or functionality described for any solutions are at our sole discretion.

New Releases

Our Instructional Design Team Carefully Outlines New eLearning Solutions via a Crowdsourced Platform Roadmap That'll Meet Our Community's Needs & Continuous Cannabis Industry Changes.

Platform Releases

We’re Committed to Incorporating What You NEED into Our Platform Whenever Possible so Here’s a Snapshot of How Our Roadmap Works to Give You a Glimpse of What New Features Will Be Released.

Crowdsourcing “Ideas” & Community Voting

Our roadmap is the “action plan” to how we develop future eLearning solutions that are continuously evolving over time. Our team uses it to outline new functionality and future features that’ll be released so it’s responsive to shifts via YOUR suggestions.

We need your help prioritizing the top ideas for our Platform Roadmap. Add “ideas,” vote on your favorite ones, and spread your votes out. The ones with the most votes at the end of prioritization get top attention from our team, so cast your VOTES wisely.

The Platform Roadmap is our shared source of truth that outlines the vision, direction, priorities, and progress of our eLearning solutions over time. It’s a plan of action that ALIGNS our team around goals for the solutions to meet our community’s requests.

Mobile App Roadmap (4 – 6 Upgrades / Year)

Nowadays, everyone owns a smartphone and that makes learning on the go in the cannabis industry never been easier before using our Mobile App. Our app is available for BOTH Apple iOS and Android devices… cutting down the hassle and time to learn.

The release cycle is one (1) version that automatically upgrades every two to three (2 – 3) months. It is a complicated process determining what NEW features to release in upgrades that will be the most valuable for our community, here’s what to expect:

  • Major Versions: New Major Features & Dynamic Improvements
  • Minor Versions: Includes Only Small “Bug Fixes” & Mobile App Issues

LMS Platform Roadmap (2 Upgrades / Year)

Our Learning Management System (LMS) is upgraded two (2) times a year. It is designed to have a massive IMPACT on the cannabis industry by supporting and empowering learners who are working in different countries within a wide variety of sectors.

To do this, our team looks to the industry, talks with our community leaders, and creates eLearning solutions that fit our values of education, openness, respect, integrity and innovation, but it always seeks to involve all our KEY community stakeholders.

While we’re working on hundreds of improvements (or annoying issues), we are also doing some major RE-THINKING around what our platform should be over the coming years and beyond as a solution to empower learners within the cannabis industry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Review Roadmap FAQ's to Learn How We Crowdsource IDEAS That'll Innovate Our Platform & Be Your "1-Stop Shop" With All Those Features You Need.

The Platform Roadmap is an "always-on" feedback system that we receive via crowdsourcing from our community so you HELP makes us better for everyone. Your "ideas" on our roadmap are an integral part of the release process that our team goes through to shape our eLearning solutions. Post your own "idea" or vote for ideas from your fellow community members. You can also participate in shaping our total eLearning solutions through Platform Roadmap prioritization.

We're currently on a multi-year journey reimagining how our community helps SHAPE our eLearning solutions. We set many milestones by using our prioritization process and we're always enhancing the parts of our roadmap that allow you to post, vote for, and stay informed on "ideas".

Anyone can view "ideas", even without logging in. However, if you WANT to post, vote for, or comment on "ideas", you must log in to the Platform Roadmap using your email address. To participate in Platform Roadmap prioritization, log in using your email to receive notifications.

We love our community’s enthusiasm and passion! We want to infuse that energy into the Platform Roadmap to ensure our environment is welcoming and collaborative. Here are some basic RULES of engagement we want to reinforce when contributing to our community and roadmap:

  • Be Respectful. Do NOT make any personal attacks on the Platform Roadmap and always be courteous to other community members and our team. Avoid obscene, indecent, hateful, offensive, defamatory, abusive, harassing, or profane language and contributions.
  • Don’t Share Sensitive Information. Our Platform Roadmap is NOT an appropriate forum for sharing your company’s confidential and proprietary information in the industry.
  • Don't Spam. Do NOT post advertisements or blatant promotions of products or services.

Your use of the Platform Roadmap is governed by our team and we reserve the right to remove your comment, "idea", or profile if you FAIL to comply with community rules or when deemed necessary.

If you see an "idea" that you like, click the "Vote" icon to upvote it. To un-vote an "idea" you don’t like, click the "Vote" icon again. Although you may vote for as many "ideas" as you want, you may cast only one (1) vote per "idea". Once you vote, you can ALWAYS come back and change it later.

Votes represent the popularity of an "idea" and each vote is worth one (1) point. When you upvote an "idea," you add one (1) points to its score. Un-vote an "idea" to subtract one (1) vote from the score so if more users un-vote an "idea" then up-vote it... it will always have an UPDATED score.

Before you post an "idea," always search to see if your "idea" exists. If it does, upvote the "idea". If it doesn’t, click "Add a new idea." Include a clear and descriptive title, fill in the details, and click "Add a new idea" in order to publish it to our Platform Roadmap. Remember, the more DETAILED you can be about "learning objectives," "topics," etc. information helps us to better meet all your requests.

If there is an "idea" that you think other community members would benefit from, add it, and vote for it! You can BUILD support across our community, social networks, and word of mouth to tell your friends, family, followers, and coworkers about the "ideas" you care about and generate votes.

Our team will update the status of an "idea" to communicate with you about where the "idea" stands on our Platform Roadmap. An "idea" can either be "Already Exists," "Will Not Implement," "Planned," or "Shipped" and you'll FIND additional status information below you can review:

Roadmap Status

  • Already Exists: The "idea" has already been submitted or a solution already EXISTS.
  • Will Not Implement: The "idea" is not under consideration for our short- or long-term plans so NO updates will be made to the "idea" unless future roadmap plans change.
  • Planned: The "idea" is actively being worked on and our team plans to deliver this "idea" at some point in the future. The "idea" is included in an UPCOMING cycle of prioritization or was included in the last cycle of prioritization, to determine if it should be placed on the Platform Roadmap. If the "idea" doesn’t win, it will be changed back to a "Planned" status.
  • Shipped: The "idea" is in development and available for testing in the upcoming release and then "idea" status will be UPDATED to "Shipped" after the new training is released.

Note: Any unreleased services or features referenced are not currently available and may not be delivered on time or at all. Anyone who utilizes our platform should make their enrollment decisions based upon features that are currently available and NOT from "ideas" listed on our roadmap.

No. But, we’re working on it! Stay TUNED as our team works to build this feature into the platform.

Prioritization integrates our community’s "ideas" into our eLearning solution planning process so our team reviews the most-upvoted "ideas" on the Platform Roadmap. They add the top viable "ideas" to our prioritization list and we need your help to determine which "ideas" on the prioritization list matter the most to you and our community via crowdsourcing what's needed. You tell us what you’d like to see developed by allocating votes to your FAVORITE "ideas". Our team reviews "ideas" with the most votes and the winning "ideas" are scheduled for Instructional Design.

Our eLearning solutions are updated monthly with new training and our platform has monthly Mobile App updates along with two (2) major Learning Management System (LMS) upgrades annually. Thus, roadmap prioritization also takes place typically MANY times a year and you have a voice in the planning process so check out the "Planned" tab for updates on the next open cycle.

When a prioritization cycle is open, you get a vote allowance to allocate to the "ideas" that matter the most to you. Allocate your allowance on one "idea" or spread the votes around by clicking "vote" on the roadmap to START allocating your votes and submit your final choices. You must allocate your votes so you can only vote once per each "idea" and you can always change up your votes later.

If a feature can be created based on an "idea" and the development of that feature can begin within the next release, it’s considered for the prioritization list. The list will include a number of "ideas" possible that SPAN multiple feature areas and gives you plenty of choices without overwhelming.

There are instances where an "idea," which was excluded from prioritization, may be included on a future prioritization list. For example, a top "idea" could be withheld because it has dependencies on other development work that needs to be completed first... we use an agile development process. In this case, the "idea" could be added to the list once the dependency is cleared. However, TOP "ideas" may not be chosen for the prioritization list for other reasons, and selection to the prioritization list is entirely at the discretion of our team and the vision we have for our platform.

After a cycle of prioritization closes, our team will review the FINAL rankings and compare the top "ideas" with our team’s capacity and overall Platform Roadmap. After planning, our team confirms which winning "ideas" they will start developing next and the "idea" status is updated to "Planned."

The number of winners VARIES from month-to-month, at a minimum, three (3) "ideas" move into the planning process where our teams consider them for development into our eLearning solutions.

Prioritization typically features "ideas" that can be delivered within one (1) to three (3) monthly future releases. Our team adds an estimated availability date to indicate the release in which the feature is EXPECTED to be generally available if it is deemed a winner. After release planning occurs and the winners are published, the estimated availability date may be updated monthly.

Our Mission

We're Green CulturED and we're on a mission. It's simple, but a VERY powerful mission: We will train 1,000,000+ individuals over the next five (5) years on everything there's to know about cannabis and help ensure regulatory compliance, reduce risk, and increase profitability.

If we achieve this mission, we will create 100's of 1,000's opportunities for individuals that will add BILLIONS to the global economy. That's a big deal! It's an important mission and we're "radically committed" since we believe it will change the world, yet we need your help.

Why? We do this because we believe this industry is the most challenging, interesting, and rewarding field there is. And finally, we do it for YOU. In the end, it's our community that matters. We learn from you. We're thankful for you... if you share our vision, let's get started!

Accreditation & Authorization

Our "Claim-to-Fame" is Being the "Most Accredited (or Authorized)" Training Provider in the Industry to ENSURE What We Do Actually Meets All Those Cannabis Regulator Requirements.

MED

We're authorized by Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) to deliver our entire Responsible Vendor, Cannabis Delivery, Hospitality & Social Consumption required training.

MED Authorized

CCC

We've been authorized by the Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) in Massachusetts state to provide the Basic & Advanced Responsible Vendor Training Curriculum that is required.

CCC Authorized

IDFPR

We're authorized by the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR) to provide their state-required Responsible Vendor compliance training for handling cannabis.

IDFPR Authorized

OMC

West Virginia's Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health, Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC) has authorized our state-required industry education certification.

OMC Authorized

AMCO

Authorized by Alaska's Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office (AMCO) to deliver our entire Marijuana Handler Permit training that is required for all licensed establishments' agents.

AMCO Authorized
Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSHA

Authorized Outreach Trainers for the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) to provide Department of Labor (DOL) 10/30-Hour Card via our Authorized OSHA Trainers.

OSHA Authorized

EPA

Authorized Worker Protection Standard (WPS) Trainers for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide compliance training to "Agricultural Workers" & "Pesticide Handlers".

EPA Authorized

NCIA

We're a member of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) who's a top-notch non-profit that's advancing the interests of our cannabis & how they're supporting our economy.

NCIA Member

SHRM

As a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) which is a professional membership association that promotes the role of Human Resources (HR) via education.

SHRM Member