- Who's Accredited
Certificate Programs in cannabis are growing in number and relevance to the Cannabis industry. The new Cannabis Certificate Accreditation Program (C-CAP) under the Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP) to recognizes training and education certificate programs within the cannabis/hemp industries.
• Accreditation under this program is based on ANSI/ASTM E2659-18, Standard Practice for Certificate Program, AND
• ASTM WK73703, New Practice for Certificate Programs within the Cannabis and Hemp Industries, plus any additional state Responsible Vendor Training requirements
ANAB accredits training organizations that assure learning outcomes are met for cannabis training courses, evidenced by certificates. ANAB does not provide the training and certificates to individuals, but accredits the organizations shown below who provide cannabis certificates.
Some states require that cannabis certificate programs adhere to specific statewide Responsible Vendor Training (RVT) requirements. Your RVT program can be accredited as a part of your cannabis certificate program accreditation.
The application process for accreditation of a Cannabis Certificate Program is the same as the process for regular Certificate program accreditation. Learn more.
Certain states require that cannabis handlers have a certificate from an ANAB-accredited organization. To apply for your cannabis certificate, choose a provider from the list of ANAB-accredited cannabis certificate programs:
If you have questions, please contact:
Manager, Certificate Accreditation Program
Director, Certificate Accreditation