Ginger, a cannabis course similar to the Wine Sommelier program, has officially begun enrolling applicants for its 2022 classes and is on track.
The Ganjier certification process consists of rigorous online training, comprehensive skills assessment, and hands-on instruction in the heart of the Emerald Triangle in California. All classes will be conducted by 18 leading experts and craftsmen in the field and will cover history, genetics, cultivation, processing, consumption, service and more.
“By accrediting Ganjiers, we are creating an army of voices who deeply understand every aspect of cannabis quality and can use this expert experience to deliver the highest level of service to consumers,” said Max Simon, CEO and co-founder of Green Flower, a leading education company. cannabis;
The company’s content and technology platform provides customized educational and compliance solutions for cannabis companies of all sizes to make an impact in the modern cannabis industry.
“This is why there is so much excitement and demand around the Ganjier programme, why we have seen such an in-depth level of support from the Ganjier Council, and why we have had to double the capacity for this upcoming chapter,” Simon added.
According to Derek Gilman, Managing Director of Ganjier, “The legal cannabis industry is inundated with mediocre products as the top shelf, and the true cannabis expert is inundated. Every other epicurean industry, such as coffee, wine, beer, or chocolate, has trained professionals to assess quality and guide consumers in their experience and their product choices.”
The 2021 Ganjier class sold out in just two weeks. By the end of the year, more than 100 Ganjiers will be certified.
“Ganger is an expert in cannabis breeding…a skilled and experienced person in all things cannabis,” said Kevin Goodry, renowned grower, cannabis breeder and founding member of the Ganger Council.
“It’s not just about consuming cannabis, but also being able to take that information and pass it on to other people in order to develop an appreciation for the craft and product to help further develop the industry as we move forward,” added Godery.