- NITA Course Introduction
- Overview of Security Operations and the Cannabis Marketplace
- Defining Security Operational Goals
- The Crime Triangle
- Displacement within a Cannabis Facility
- CPTED - Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
- Parts of a Successful Security Program
This is a professional development training course that introduces the need for security for professionals who are working within the Cannabis Industry. This introduction will discuss some of the basic ideas and philosophies involved in creating a secure environment for a facility, business, or any space. With this emerging business and specialty product, the potential for theft is high and businesses need to employ knowledgeable security professionals to assist with their security measures. This training was developed with the security supervisor and manger in mind as well as anyone working with in the cannabis business environment.
Cannabis dispensaries have a distinct difference in the business community. Although legal, not everyone in the community agrees with the legalization of marijuana, and therefore a solid knowledge of security and security systems is essential to running a problem free operation.
Security Professionals in the cannabis Industry will have the ability to learn at their own pace and complete two (2) hours of dynamic professional development training to further enhance their security career. This training will enhance your knowledge of the workings of the cannabis industry to compliment your existing knowledge base.
All courses include an end of course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.
Choose this bundled course for comprehensive training at a discounted price.
For a complete and overall training on how to secure your cannabis facility or operation, check out NITA's bundled course: Cannabis Security Course: Comprehensive 360 Training. This 16 hour course includes lessons on keys and locks, perimeter security, security design, security lighting, access control, CCTV systems, and intrusion detection.