Orlando, FL, July 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Florida Cannabis Institute (FCI), has today announced a one-day seminar to be held in August. The seminar will take place in the Crown Plaza Orlando Downtown, located on Colonial Drive. It will be held on Saturday, August 2, and will consist of seven introductory courses, each providing students, members of the press and other interested parties with vital information concerning the changing cannabis industry in Florida.
“We’re excited about the conference,” stated Max of FCI. “It’s a great opportunity for prospective students, interested professionals, entrepreneurs and members of the press to not only learn more about cannabis in general, but the economic, legal and social changes going on in Florida, as well as throughout the United States.”
The one-day seminar will include an introduction to seven courses, all of which are taught by faculty at FCI. From the science of cannabis and how it affects the human body to learning more about how cannabis can affect the state and national economy for the better, how various ingestion methods work, horticulture of cannabis and legal responsibilities, attendees will learn a great deal.
“We designed our conference as an in-depth introduction to how the cannabis industry is changing and evolving, and how our students can leverage those changes,” Max went on. “It’s going to be an exciting, informative event.”
Florida Cannabis Institute would also like to extend an invitation to any members of the press interested in covering the event. The organization remains committed to giving back to the cannabis community in Florida, and has no sponsors, advisors or other special interest obligations, allowing FCI to focus exclusively on students.
To learn more about Florida Cannabis Institute or the upcoming conference in Orlando, visit http://www.FloridaCCI.com.
About Florida Cannabis Institute: Florida Cannabis Career Institute is a Florida-based institution. FCI is a veteran-owned business, and its faculty members are drawn from the ranks of industry educators and experts at the forefront of the cannabis reform movement with more than a decade of experience. The organization’s mission remains, “to provide the best training and education for the Florida cannabis industry.”