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Cannabis Training University is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and offers IACET CEUs for its learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard. IACET is recognized internationally as a standard development organization and accrediting body that promotes quality of continuing education and training.
To receive ANSI/IACET accreditation, training companies must submit a thorough application and pass an in-depth audit that examines 9 internationally recognized training standards. After a company receives accreditation, they must show that they maintain these standards through an annual self-audit as well as an on-site external audit every five years.
Why the Standard Matters
Cannabis training schools are a dime a dozen. You may sign up at cannabis training school, before you realize that the school has no accreditation, and the credits mean nothing.
This is why the standard matters!
- ANSI/IACET has evaluated our training school and has put their nationally recognized standards behind our cannabis school.
- Earning credits from an ANSI/IACET backed cannabis school communicates to employers and licensing authorities that you have met the highest standards of cannabis training available.
- You won’t be wasting your time or money on a substandard cannabis school when you enroll at CTU!
Your ANSI/IACET CEUs/Credits
Master of Cannabis Certificate – 4.2 Credits
Add your CEUs/credits to your resume and show employers you are trained by the best!
With a competitive market, stand out from your competition with your industry backed CEUs/credits.
ANSI/IACET backed CEUs/credits are transferable between cooperating organizations.
What does it mean to be an authorized provider of IACET CEUs/credits?
We underwent a lengthy application process that included submitting organizational information and event materials, being evaluated during a site visit, and agreeing to adhere to the IACET criteria. As a result, we received authorized provider status in January 2023.
What constitutes one credit/CEU?
One credit/CEU equals ten contact hours of participation in organized continuing education classes. A contact hour is equivalent to one 60-minute interaction between the program and the participant.
How will I know how many credits/CEUs I have earned?
Your final certificate will include the number of credits/CEUs earned. A record for each participant and their credits/CEUs earned is displayed on your final transcripts in your account, and will be kept by CTU in a secured server for at least seven years.
Where can I access records of my credits/CEUs?
Upon completion of our cannabis training program, you will automatically receive your cannabis certification which will include proof of your completed credits/CEUs. Records of your credits/CEUs are also securely stored in your online account which is setup upon purchase of a program. A record for each participant's credits/CEUs earned will be kept in a secured server for at least seven years.
What can I do with my credits/CEUs?
With a competitive market, stand out from your competition with your industry backed credits. Add your credits to your cannabis resume and show employers you are trained by the best cannabis college. ANSI/IACET backed credits are also transferable between cooperating organizations.