Cannabis recruiting company to offer training courses

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HempStaff will offer dispensary training courses in several cities

If you live along the Eastern seaboard and want to become a budtender, you will soon have the perfect opportunity to get started. HempStaff, a cannabis industry recruitment firm, is going to hold a number of training courses and has now launched the schedule.

The cannabis industry is creating an employment boom. A recent report indicated that there could be at least 250,000 new jobs created because of cannabis. However, employers often find themselves in a difficult spot, unable to find qualified personnel to fill different roles. HempStaff’s training, the Professional Training Course, will greatly benefit both employers and job seekers.

Each course if four hours long and will be held at 8 AM and 1:30 PM at each of the five locations currently on the schedule. These include Baltimore on February 9, Cleveland on February 23, Newark on March 9, Boston on March 24 and Philadelphia on May 4. Each course is $249 in advance, or $300 at the door.

According to a company press release, HempStaff VP Rosie Yagielo states, “Along with providing valuable information on rules and regulations, HempStaff provides each student with a resume template to get them started and post-class, resume reviews. The professional training class reviews cannabinoids, terpenes, cannabis product descriptions, dosing recommendations and state regulations. The information we are providing will help people get ahead of their peers, and ideally, land the dispensary job they have been after.”

The company’s CEO, James Yagielo, adds, “Our ultimate goal with the HempStaff Cannabis Training for Dispensaries tour is to help attendees better understand the industry, medication and the laws in their state. If you attend, not only will you gain valuable knowledge in the industry, but this is also a way for an individual to boost their resume. We believe the information our attendees receive will help them feel confident and skilled in their future interviews.”