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If you're interested in getting a world-class cannabis education, enroll in the Cannabis College Saskatchewan. Cannabis Training University offers a completely online curriculum for students around the world, including in all of Canada's provinces and territories. Grow your cannabis hobby or career with certification from the most renowned cannabis college in the world.

Saskatchewan Cannabis University

Join thousands of other students interested in learning more about the cannabis industry by enrolling in Saskatchewan’s premier cannabis training program. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned cannabis user, CTU provides you with a comprehensive cannabis education to fill all of your knowledge gaps.

Interested in growing cannabis? Want to learn how to cook with weed? Are you looking to find a job in Canada's cannabis industry? Do you want to know how to use cannabis as medicine?

Learn all of it and more with tons of educational resources including e-books and videos crafted by the world's best growers, budtenders, extractors, and other Master of Marijuanas.

100% Online

We believe quality cannabis education should be accessible to everyone who needs it. Our completely remote learning platform allows you to access all of our e-books, videos, quizzes, and final exam 24/7.

All you need is a laptop, computer, or smart phone and internet access to start learning. No need for a long commute and a fixed class schedule.

12-Weeks Access

When you enroll in Cannabis College Saskatchewan, you get full access to all of CTU’s resources for twelve weeks. That's 12 weeks of uninterrupted and full-access learning. No weekend seminars to attend or hard deadlines to meet.

CTU provides so much information covering a broad range of topics, that you will need plenty of time to absorb every detail. Work at your own pace or finish all your quizzes and the final exam in a sprint. It's all up to you.


For a relatively small initial investment, you can gain access to educational resources assembled by Master of Marijuanas for twelve weeks. Best of all, you get complete access to multiple courses, not just one. For the price of our entire courses, other cannabis colleges may charge for a single course.

In the end, gaining a solid foundation of cannabis knowledge can pay for itself over time with your garden, homemade infusions, or cannabis career.

Quality and Value

Cannabis Training University understands that the cannabis industry is new and rapidly changing. If you want to avoid the confusion of contradictory information found online, CTU provides you with fully-vetted and up-to-date courses that are perfect for users of all skill levels. Cannabis course topics include:

  • Cannabis cultivation
  • Cannabis as medicine
  • Cannabis extraction
  • Cannabis cooking
  • Cannabis careers
  • Cannabis business

Saskatchewan’s Cannabis Market

Saskatchewan allows for the medicinal and recreational use of cannabis. Here are a few of its cannabis laws:

Minimum age requirement: 19+

Possession limit: Up to 30 grams of dried flower or a equivalent

Cultivation limit: Up to 4 plants per household

Cannabis users may buy cannabis from private licensed stores or online. Please refer to the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority’s website for a list of cannabis retailers in Saskatchewan.

Investing in your cannabis education can help you understand the science of cannabis. Learn how it interacts in our bodies to elicit a variety of therapeutic benefits. In addition, learn how to grow cannabis for personal use.

Cannabis Jobs

Adults over the age of 19 in Saskatchewan can work in the cannabis industry, as long as they pass a background check and meet the training requirements. CannaSelI SK is required for employees working in a retail cannabis store.

Popular cannabis jobs in Saskatchewan include:

  • Budtender
  • Delivery driver
  • Dispensary manager
  • Receptionist
  • Security guard
  • Cannabis trimmer
  • Growers assistant
  • Master grower
  • Packager
  • Quality assurance specialist
  • Inventory specialist
  • Edibles chef
  • Kitchen assistant
  • Extraction technician

Canada's cannabis industry is quickly growing. In Saskatchewan, there are plenty of cannabis job opportunities for people who want to work in retail, processing, cultivation, or any ancillary industry. Here's how you can get a cannabis job:

There are over 300,000 jobs in the cannabis industry. CTU trained me for one of them!

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  1. Enroll in Cannabis College Saskatchewan: Enroll in the world-renowned Cannabis Training University. You'll learn all of your provinces rules and regulations, as well as those in other provinces and territories and markets around the world. Passing the final exam gives you a competitive edge over other job applicants.
  2. Build your skills: On top of cannabis education, you'll need job skills that apply to the position you're applying for. If you don't have any relevant skills, start by getting a job in an industry outside of cannabis. For instance, the same customer service and sales techniques you learn on the sales floor can apply to a dispensary.
  3. Create your resume and cover letter: With the right knowledge and job skills, you can create an appealing resume and cover letter to send with your job application. Look for jobs on online job boards every day to avoid sending your application after they've already found enough qualified applicants.

Become a Master of Cannabis at The Cannabis College of Saskatchewan

Are you a Saskatchewan who wants to learn more about your province's cannabis market? Do you want to enter Canada's fast-growing legalized industry?

Enroll in Cannabis Training University in Saskatchewan today!

Cannabis certification from CTU is the most recognized industry certification in the world. Learn how to use and grow weed and make a career out of this incredible plant. It all starts with cannabis education.

Fred Hernandez - Cannabis industry expert writer
Fred Hernandez

Fred Hernandez is a highly accomplished and versatile writer, boasting an extensive background in the cannabis industry. With an in-depth understanding of various sectors including cultivators, processors, retailers, and brands, Fred's expertise spans across the entire cannabis landscape. As a prominent contributor to CTU, he consistently delivers insightful articles exploring the latest developments, news, and regulations shaping the cannabis industry. Whether it's delving into the intricacies of cannabis products, cannabis strain reviews, or providing comprehensive analyses of cannabis laws, or sharing expert insights on cannabis cultivation techniques, Fred's wealth of knowledge positions him as an invaluable writer and educator for all cannabis-related subjects.

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