CannEd FAQ

CannEd is a series of cannabis e-learning courses that help employers and employees address cannabis at work based on regional laws and industry regulations.

How long is the course?

The course takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours to complete. You can save your progress as you go or complete the entire course in one sitting.

How much does the CannEd cost?

CannEd can be purchased on a per-seat basis starting at $75 per seat. Please contact us at to request pricing.

Are discounts or promotional codes available?

Discounts are available for members of the Canadian Police Knowledge Network (CPKN), CPHR Alberta, CPHR Manitoba, and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Professional Security Knowledge Network (PSKN). Please visit their individual CannEd landing pages for more information.

Who created the course?

CannEd was developed by the team at RCU – Responsible Cannabis Use, a cannabis education company.

There are a number of experts who have contributed to the information presented in the course, including:

  • James Wigmore - Forensic Toxicologist
  • Dr. Akwasi Owusu-Bempah - Assistant Professor at University of Toronto
  • Dr. Roland Muise - Chronic Pain Expert

Can CannEd be hosted on my own Learning Management System (LMS)?

Yes! If you have your own LMS system, we can work with your team to get set up. Otherwise, we will host the course for you.

If I do want to host the course on my own LMS, what format does it come in?

We can export the course in SCORM or TinCan. Let us know your specific requirements and we’ll discuss it with our technical team.

Who benefits from taking CannEd?

We believe that everyone would benefit from taking CannEd but it is especially important for HR professionals, people managers and those in safety-sensitive roles.

Can I receive credits for taking CannEd?

Which topics does CannEd cover?

The following topics are covered in CannEd:

  1. The Basics
  2. Cannabis in Canada
  3. Effects of Cannabis
  4. Cannabis on the Road
  5. Travelling with Cannabis
  6. Signs of Impairment
  7. Suspected Impairment
  8. Duty to Disclose
  9. Duty to Inquire
  10. Duty to Accommodate
  11. Safety Sensitive Jobs
  12. Drug Testing
  13.   *Your Policy at Work

*If you already have a cannabis workplace policy in place, we can integrate it into the course.