The Cannabis Quality Control and Quality Assurance program has been developed to provide the training and technical knowledge for the implementation of Quality Assurance in the Canadian Cannabis Industry. The program covers Good Production Practices (GPP) including quality control – specifications and analytical testing requirements, the cannabis regulatory requirements for Quality Assurance Person (QAP), Cannabis science, the fundamentals of Quality Management Systems in Cannabis including policies, processes and procedures and their relationship to risk management, and the application of licensing under the Canadian Regulations.
This program provides students with the skills, the technical knowledge and the qualifications for assuring that each cannabis product is safe and suitable for sale or to be provided under the Cannabis Act. The Cannabis Quality Control and Quality Assurance diploma involve course materials and workshops that allow students to develop and implement written procedures for the approval or rejection of all procedures, specifications, test methods, controls and results that affect the purity, quality and composition of the cannabis product. The students will find this most useful in their future roles as QA/QC in the Cannabis or related industries.
Cannabis Schools in Canada will provide this Cannabis program for students with the required skills needed for the role and responsibilities of a Quality Assurance Person or Quality Control Person in cannabis-related industries. The recent research performed International Medical Cannabis Association indicates that there are high demands for Quality Assurance and Quality Control employees as the new industry continues to rapidly grow.