Medicinal Cannabis Leadership Program officially launched at Victoria Parliament House

Senior cannabis industry executives, thought leaders, clinicians, scientists and politicians gathered today at Victoria Parliament House to officially launch the Cann10 Australia Medicinal Cannabis Leadership Program.

Cann10 Australia Chairman, Dr Henry Pinskier, opened the event by addressing the extraordinary demand for high-quality training in this new industry, not just in Australia, but around the world. And that the Medicinal Cannabis Leadership Program would finally bring,

‘A quality and comprehensive educational process, covering a diverse range of topics, both in respect of Australian and international conditions and with a clear intent to take this offering into Asia’

Minister for Agriculture, The Honourable Jaala Pulford, spoke about Victorian Government’s role in trailblazing medicinal cannabis legislation in Australia, and on the crucial role this Program will play in the future of the industry, saying,

‘Victoria has always been at the fore-front of medicinal cannabis in Australia and education is vital to establishing the medicinal cannabis industry in our state’

Cann10 Australia’s Program Director, Rhys Cohen, stressed the importance of Cann10’s comprehensive educational approach in such a new, vertically integrated and dynamic industry, and pointed out that,

‘To operate intelligently in the medicinal cannabis industry, people must be able to understand every part of the supply chain, and how they work together’

Also in attendance was Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade, The Honourable Philip Dalidakis MP; Cann10 Directors John Rosenberg and Asaf Katz; and numerous CEOs, Directors and senior cannabis industry executives from Cann GroupCreso PharmaLeafCannCanndeoGreen C MedicalUTT Biopharma and more.

The Cann10 Australia Medicinal Cannabis Leadership Program will commence in August 2017 and run weekly evening classes for 8 weeks. The Program is delivered in partnership with DeakinCo., the corporate training arm of Deakin University, and is endorsed by Prof Jon Watson, Dean of Medicine at Deakin University.

The Program has received significant attention and has recently been covered in The AgeLeafly and various industry blogs.

To find out more and to register your interest in the Program, visit www.cann10.com.au