Cultivation Specialist

The Cannabis Institute

Module ID: JMW S10: An in-depth grow course for those wanting to become experts in the craft of growing cannabis NQF Level 4 | 2 Credits | ZAR 1 299 What is Medical Cannabis? Male versus Female plant Species (strains) of Cannabis i.e. Sativa / Indica / Afghani / Ruderalis Subspecies & Hybrids Growing Medical … Read more

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Growing your Garden (Grow Basics)

The Cannabis Institute

Module ID: JMW S9: An introductory grow course for foundational grow knowledge NQF Level 4 | 2 Credits | ZAR 1 299 Seeds and Seedlings Vegetative Growth Harvest Flowering Grow Rooms and Greenhouses Outdoors Case Study and Grow Calendar Lamps, Lights and Electricity Soil and Containers Water and Nutrients Hydroponic Gardening Air Pests, Fungi and … Read more

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Cannabis Business Security

The Cannabis Institute

Cannabis Business Security 34 Credits Module ID: JMW 023: Ensure Cannabis product asset protection through access and egress control. NQF Level 3 | 10 Credits | ZAR 4 500. Module ID: JMW 024: Safe and secure escorting of Cannabis product valuables, people and suspects. NQF Level 3 | 6 Credits | ZAR 2 700. Module … Read more

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National Certificate: Cannabis Agriculture Production

The Cannabis Institute

The qualification addresses the urgent need for the establishment of skills and accompanying standards that the Cannabis production industry requires, especially on the smaller Cannabis plantations and for the emerging farmers. The qualification provides learners with access to learning in specialised areas within the Cannabis industry. In addition, the qualification will equip the learners with … Read more

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National Certificate: Cannabis Agriculture Processing

The Cannabis Institute

The qualification provides learners with the opportunity to gain competence in Cannabis processing and will facilitate their securing employment in the Cannabis Sector. For those who are already employed on a Cannabis plantation, the multi-skilling that the qualification offers will open up a career path in the industry. A learner achieving this qualification will be … Read more

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Fertilise Soil and attend to Basic Cannabis Plant/Crop Nutrition

The Cannabis Institute

Module ID: JMW 009: Fertilise soil and attend to basic Cannabis plant/crop nutrition NQF Level 1 | 5 Credits | ZAR 1 750 A learner achieving this learning program will be able to apply soil nutrient preparations in a safe, effective, and responsible manner to the benefit of Cannabis plant/crop growth. Learners will gain specific … Read more

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Cannabis Bud Harvester

The Cannabis Institute

Cannabis Bud Harvester 41 Credits Learners specialising in Bud Tenderer are required to complete the following Elective Modules: Module ID: JMW 018: Conduct Cannabis harvesting. NQF Level 2 | 4 Credits | ZAR 1 600. Module ID: JMW 019: Demonstrate an understanding of Cannabis culture practices. NQF Level 2 | 12 Credits | ZAR 4 … Read more

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Cannabis Specialist Grower

The Cannabis Institute

Cannabis Specialist Grower 37 Credits Learners specialising in Specialist Grower are required to complete the following Elective Modules: Module ID: JMW 005: Demonstrate an understanding of the physical and biological environment and its relationship to sustainable Cannabis crop production. NQF Level 1 | 4 Credits | ZAR 1 400. Module ID: JMW 006: Apply health … Read more

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National Certificate: Cannabis Agriculture

The Cannabis Institute

The Cannabis Production qualification addresses the urgent need for the establishment of skills and accompanying standards that the Cannabis production industry requires, especially on the smaller Cannabis plantations and for the emerging farmers. The qualification provides learners with access to learning in specialised areas within the Cannabis industry. In addition, the qualification will equip the … Read more

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Cannabis Agriculture

The Cannabis Institute

Our focus in the Cannabis Agriculture course focuses on outdoor agricultural skills development suited for the South African climate and political framework enabling the emergence of this legitimate Sector in our economy. The reason for this is a combination of local regulatory constraints that have been lifted and cost inefficiencies driven by extreme winter conditions … Read more

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