Portsmouth, New Hampshire will have Cannabis Career Institute Providing Marijuana Business Training Classes on Saturday, June 7th

Cannabis Career Institute offers educational insight into the Marijuana Business Industry. Students learn about the actual industry from the business perspective and are provided details on what they will need as potential laws are changed.

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CCI - providing Cannabis Training for the Business Side of the Medical Marijuana Industry. Contact CCI by visiting their website or by calling (800) 753-2240 and get professionally involved in one of the world's most lucrative industries.

Cannabis Career Institute Creates Medical Marijuana Industry Business Standards

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Portsmouth, New Hampshire (PRWEB) June 04, 2014

Cannabis Education and Business Training is coming to Portsmouth, NH, this weekend, offering entrepreneurs the chance to become educated in the Marijuana Industry, in order to start making plans for business within the state as potential legislation changes.

In New Hampshire, Medical Marijuana rulings, have become a long and detailed process, (New Hampshire Government, General Court, House Bill 573-FN) and determination of legal status, criminal status and actual Business possibilities for the Cannabis Industry have not yet been fully legislated. Still, the potential for entrepreneurs exist within the state of New Hampshire, as the proposed legislation starts to make it's way, according to MPP who outlines all pending legislation.(http://www.cqstatetrack.com/texis/viewrpt/main.html?event=49d663cdca)

Even with a large group of U.S. States coming online with medical marijuana approvals, marijuana, whether medical or recreational, has long been considered a word that people shied away from using, especially when talking about it as the new "up and coming industry".

With Colorado Government posting large revenue increases from taxes on Denver's own governmental website (Colorado The Official State Web Portal, Colorado Marijuana Tax Data, 2014-March, colorado.gov) entrepreneurs from across the nation have been rethinking what it means to be in the cannabis industry.

Cannabis Career Institute has been training students across the United States since 2009 on compliance, standards, requirements and educational information on getting into the cannabis industry. Robert Calkin formed CCI after teaching at Oaksterdam University and operating Green Dot Guy, his own California-based medical marijuana delivery service. Calkin discovered a need for information and education as he began consulting with marijuana companies from across the nation.

Students wanting to learn how to open up their own dispensary or delivery service will learn what skills they will need to have, what exactly will need to be done and how to start building their infrastructure for their own marijuana businesses, before actually starting up a business in this new industry. Edibles operations and grow operations are also covered in the full day class.

CCI classes prepare students for getting ahead in the industry, whether they are able to do it within their own states, or whether they need to move to a state where medical marijuana has been legislated for business.

Building the firm infrastructure of a marijuana business before legislation happens allows entrepreneurs and companies to stay ahead of the game, while following political leanings in the cannabis industry.

Being ahead of that game, by understanding how the industry works, allows businesses to be able to start operations the moment the all-clear signal is given from state legislators and that is the information Cannabis Career Institute imparts on students who attend the all day class seminars.

Taught by top professionals in the industry, Cannabis Career Institute classes provide clear understanding of Federal Law, State Law and operational needs to open up a Medical Marijuana Dispensary, Medical Marijuana Delivery Service, Marijuana Grow Operation or even a Marijuana Edibles Operation whether in their own state or within states that have already passed legislation.

Entrepreneurs come to the class seminar to understand what exactly is needed to get involved in the industry and are taught highly detailed information that would take months, if not years to compile. From understanding compliance to getting to know other members in the industry to network with, students from across the United States have been successfully introduced into the necessary steps required to get started and be involved.

Cannabis Career Institute has been given glowing reports by impartial media critics who have studied the classroom structure and curriculum. (WFTV, Greg Warmouth, Videos, Central Florida Spotlight, March 2014, http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/cannabis-career-institute-central-florida/vCTKKr)

The House of Representatives passed an amendment last week, effectively restricting the DEA from doing raids on medical marijuana business operations, in states where medical marijuana has been made legal, (Steve Benen, Rachel Maddow Show, House votes to restrict DEA marijuana raids, June 30, 2014, MSNBC). This new amendment is giving hope to marijuana businesses as they try to grow through education and compliance, while following state laws and regulations.

Cannabis Career Institute provides highly detailed information, giving entrepreneurs and students the opportunity to understand the cannabis business in easy to understand segments. From Dispensary management and bud tending to actual grow operation details, the instructors provide information and allow students to interact directly by asking further questions.

Students can find out more information on the Cannabis Career Institute Events page and can enroll directly from the website. A large variety of educational information is provided by CCI instructors and networking opportunities are provided.

Members of the Media are welcome to connect with Cannabis Career Institute and are asked to communicate by Friday if they wish to be scheduled an interview. Interviews on camera must be held out of camera range of students, and must include both the interviewer and instructor in the filming process. Reporters using cameras or video are asked to refrain from capturing identifiable images of students without student permission. Journalists are welcome to record conversations with instructors or students who provide permission, but not of the classroom education. Please send an email to Meki Cox of Cannabis Career Institute at meki@cannabiscareerinstitute.com to schedule - by Friday, June 6th.