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Cannabis Industry Skills Gap Fallout

Hard-Won Cannabis Dispensary Leadership

Employers in the cannabis industry need to shift their focus from reactive hiring to thinking of themselves as builders of talent. With new assessments, big data and predictive performance, we have the best training tools to identify adjacent skills, help people shift into emerging roles and create clear career paths. For individuals, the appetite for…

A\V Recording eLearning Tool

Moodle – Learning Management System (LMS) will make the popular audio and video recording solution Poodll‘s unbreakable relationship with Moodle disappear. Thanks to the recent ‘Cloud Poodll API,’ all users, Moodlers or otherwise, will be able to enjoy the increasing amount of features ‘Poodll Guy‘ continues to add to this beloved plugin: Online audio and…

New eLearning Vision “Will Change Everything”

Dell joined the likes of IBM and Microsoft in showcasing what their proprietary tech could do for the future of learning. In their post, VP of Experience Design, Ed Boyd, claims the “real breakthrough will be in personalized learning”. This concept has existed on record since the 1940’s, its current understanding can be traced on…

Cannabis Business Opportunities

Prioritize To Run a successful business

Marijuana is taking the nation by storm and legalization has created an abundance of new business opportunities. As marijuana continues to gain more acceptance, both by countries and the general population, it is now more possible than ever to turn your love for cannabis into a legitimate and lucrative career opportunity. Today we will explore some…

Fragrance-Free Dispensary Workplaces

Cannabis Odor Control

Cannabis’ smell – it’s something you either love or hate. Few people have a neutral opinion of the pungent plant’s distinctive odors. The word “cannabis” comes from the Hebrew word kneh-bosm, which literally means “aromatic reed.” When someone with a fragrance sensitivity asks for a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a…

Top 5 Ed-Tech Trends (coming to cannabis)

Educational Technology (Ed-Tech) is increasingly becoming ‘high tech‘. All the things that are happening in the world of technology are directly impacting training and learning systems, so here’s a list of things top five (5) Ed-Tech developments coming to the cannabis industry. Why this is bound to happen… how our cannabis industry employees and eLearning…

Badges: Credentialing Systems Today

Competencies and skills are fast-becoming the currency of the labor market and it is something that the cannabis industry needs to keep in mind. To build a framework for recognizing and validating skills, from corporations to universities, and K-12 schools are turning to digital credentials. Developing a robust digital credentialing program takes some planning, but…

Ed-Tech Futurology: Is an LMS a Distraction?

The perpetual brawl in the United States Learning Management System (LMS) market makes headlines everywhere. Meanwhile, the growth of the global Ed-Tech industry dwarfs the stakes. If we generously round up the total market value of both Instructure Canvas and Blackboard Learn to $2 billion USD each, they still account for very little as the…

Moodle 3.6: ‘Boost’ the NEW Core-Code Theme

Moodle Headquarters (HQ) open-source development team explains on the forum the reasons why the ‘Clean‘ and ‘More‘ themes (available by default) will no longer be a part of core-code with the upcoming major Moodle releases and will eventually end all support. For a long time, these themes were the trademark look of Moodle and they were…

Active Shooter: What’s the Action Plan at Your Dispensary?

An ill-prepared dispensary workforce puts lives at serious risk. You never know when the cannabis dispensary could be robbed so it’s best to prepare for active shooter incident ahead of time by considering all your option in advance and mentally rehearsing how you would respond in such an incident. Remember, most active shooter incidents are…