Cannabis Patient Care

Help your patients get the most out of cannabis therapy

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Content length: 25h 33m
  1. 01. How Cannabis Works In Your Body
    7 Lessons

    In this course, you will learn an overview of our amazing endocannabinoid system and how cannabis works within our bodies. We'll discuss what categories of conditions cannabis has been shown to be effective for and also go into some interesting nuances of cannabis such as how it is metabolized in the body. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Identify parts of the cannabis plant
    • Examine the chemical makeup of the cannabis plant
    • Discover the components of the endocannabinoid system and how it works
    • Analyze the various conditions cannabis can be used for
    • Explore the nuances of the body
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Introduction to Cannabis Basics - What is cannabis and how does it work in our bodies?
      An introduction to cannabis basics.
    • Cannabis Basics - What makes up the cannabis plant?
      In this video, Dr. Jordan Tishler talks about what makes up the cannabis plant and what those parts are good for from a medicinal standpoint. He covers the roots, stalk, leaves, flower, sugar leaf, and seeds
    • Cannabis Basics - The Endocannabinoid System
      In this video, Dr. Jordan Tishler talks about the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). In this talk he covers the components of our ECS including our receptors and transmitters. He also explains how the ECS works in our bodies.
    • Cannabis Basics - Categories of conditions cannabis can be used for
      In this video Dr. Jordan Tishler talks about the various conditions cannabis can be used for. He covers things like pain, insomnia, anxiety, depression, anorexia, and cancer.
    • Cannabis Basics - Nuances in the body
      In this video Dr. Jordan Tishler talks about some nuances in the body. He covers concepts like the Endocannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome, CBD dosing and P450 metabolism, and Contraindications.
    • Cannabis Basics: Part One - What is cannabis and how does it work in our bodies?
      1h 50m
      This article covers the physical basics of the cannabis plant. The botany of the plant, the chemical makeup of the plant, and the synergy of the plant, including the 'entourage effect,' will be covered.
    • Cannabis Basics: Part Two - How does cannabis work in the body?
      1h 40m
      This article covers the basics of how cannabis works in our bodies. It covers the endocannabinoid system and what it does, how it works, components of the endocannabinoid system, endocannabinoid signaling molecules, the types of conditions that respond to cannabis, and fine tuning the endocannabinoid system.
  2. 02. Interactions, Contraindications & Potential Side Effects
    5 Lessons

    In this course, you will learn some known drug interactions cannabis and certain cannabis compounds have that you & the patient should be aware of. Keeping in mind there are many different types of cannabis with very different chemical makeups, we'll also go over the types of cannabis to look out for in particular for these interactions and how you may be able to avoid them. We’ll also go over some known contraindications and certain conditions you should monitor closely when using cannabis. Finally, we'll go over the most common potential side effects patients may experience from cannabis and how they may be prevented or mitigated. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Explore various drug interactions with cannabis
    • Identify the conditions to monitor closely while using cannabis
    • Discover potential side effects to using cannabis
    • Examine how to prevent and mitigate the side effects of cannabis
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Interactions, Contraindications & Potential Side Effects - Drug Interactions
      An introduction to interactions, contraindications, and potential side effects.
    • Interactions, Contraindications & Potential Side Effects: Contraindications
      In this video Dr. Tishler discusses both relative and absolute contraindications. He discusses cardiac diseases, asthma, and other ailments.
    • Interactions, Contraindications & Potential Side Effects: Potential Side Effects
      In this video Dr. Tishler discusses the side effects of cannabis and how they can impact some people.
    • Interactions, Contraindications & Potential Side Effects: Side Effect Prevention & Mitigation
      In this video Dr. Tishler discusses how to mitigate the side effects of cannabis by managing dosing, timing, and other considerations
    • Interactions, Contraindications, & Side Effects
      1h 15m
      This article lists and summarizes the various interactions and contraindications and their side effects.
  3. 03. Cannabis Products What They Are & How They Work
    6 Lessons

    In this course, you'll learn each cannabis product category, what the various forms are within that category, and the characteristics of each so you can confidently recommend and explain certain product types for your patients. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Identify flower and how it is used, the various types available, and its characteristics
    • Examine topicals and how they are used, its different forms, and characteristics
    • Explore concentrates and what they are, the various types, and their characteristics
    • Identify infused products, how they are infused, the various types, and their characteristics
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Cannabis Products - What they are and how they work: Flower
      An introduction to cannabis products.
    • Cannabis Products- Topicals
      This video discusses receptors in the skin that allow for topicals to work, the role of the endocannabinoid system in the skin, and the use of topicals and their characteristics.
    • Cannabis Products - Tinctures
      This video discusses tinctures, which are essentially a liquid form of cannabis. They can be made by extracting the oil from the cannabis flower. Then the extraction is suspended with another oil such as MCT oil. One of the benefits of tinctures is that they are versatile. They can be used sublingually, put into food, beverages or capsules, or even used topically. By holding the tincture under your tongue for 30 seconds, it is more rapidly absorbed by the blood vessels in your mouth, and the purpose of this is to bypass your liver so that the onset rate is faster than an edible.
    • Cannabis Products - Concentrates
      This video discusses concentrates, which are concentrated extracts of cannabis flowers. Concentrates are packed with several times more cannabinoids than “plain” dried flowers and their potency can reach up to 90%. The potency of cannabis flower ranges from 10 to 36 percent in THC level. With the concentrate, though, the level of potency is between 50 to 80 percent in THC level. In some cases, there are extracts that are 90 percent in THC level.
    • Cannabis Products - Infused Products/Edibles
      This video talks about infused products such as edibles. It discusses what they are and how they are used. The video also discusses the process of how the edibles are activated in the body. Finally, the video talks about time of onset and dosing procedures.
    • Cannabis Products
      2h 5m
      The article discuses the various types of flowers and their effects.
  4. 04. Determining Factors For Selecting Cannabis Products
    7 Lessons

    In this course, we'll walk through how to select the appropriate cannabis products for patients based on their needs, starting with patient goals. Next we'll discuss some important factors to consider when guiding patients with cannabis. You'll learn why the chemical makeup, input material and the extraction method matters in your selection. Finally we'll go over how to decide on potency and other determining factors when selecting products. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Identify patients goals for using cannabis
    • Analyze the patients demographic
    • Explore the chemical makeup and potency of cannabis
    • Understand the ratios and concentrations of cannabis products
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Determining Factors for Selecting Cannabis Products
      Introduction to determining factors for selecting cannabis products.
    • Understanding Patient Goals for Using Cannabis
      In this video, Shelly discusses why you must understand what a client’s goal is for cannabis. What are they trying to treat? Are they looking for help with acute conditions or as a preventive -psychoactive or non-intoxicating cannabinoid.
    • Patient Demographic
      In this video, the patient demographic is discussed. Topics covered include male vs female, cannabis and women's health issues, the varying tolerance of different patients, and age.
    • Cannabis Chemical Makeup
      This video covers cannabis chemical makeup as a factor for selecting cannabis products for your patient. Topics discussed include: cannabinoids, terpenes, hemp, and understanding the ratios and concentrations of products. Also covered are methods of extraction.
    • Deciding on Potency
      This video discusses understanding the ratios and concentration of cannabinoids in products. Other topics discussed include dosing and added ingredients.
    • Other Factors
      In this video, other factors and ingredients to consider when selecting products for your patients are discussed.
    • Determining Factors for Selecting Products
      2h 0m
      This article discusses the importance of understanding patient goals for using cannabis. Topics covered are: Provider-Patient Confidentiality, Patient Demographic, Cannabis Chemical Makeup, and Deciding on Potency.
  5. 05. How To Help People Find The Right Cannabis Flower For Them
    5 Lessons

    In this course we will do a visual inspection of cannabis flower, what to look for and what to avoid. Next we'll walk through lab results and why they are a useful tool for helping your patients make their selection. Finally, we'll discuss how the chemical makeup of the flower can lead to many different effects and how to select the flower that may be most appropriate for your patient. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Perform a cannabis inspection
    • Identify what to look for on a lab test
    • Understand why chemical profiles matter
    • Comprehend the terminology associated with cannabis
    • Know the different effects cannabis has on the human body
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Helping People Find the Right Cannabis Strains for Them
      An introduction to helping people find the right cannabis strain for them.
    • How to Conduct a Visual Inspection
      In this video, Jaene talks about what we don’t want to find when we’re looking at cannabis: various types of molds, seeds. She also covers indoor vs outdoor, size, and how to spot quality product.
    • What to look for on Lab Tests
      This video discusses understanding lab test results. Topics discussed are chemical testing, potency testing, cannabinoid and terpene profiles, potency, and residuals .
    • Why Chemical Profiles Matter
      In this video, Jaene discusses why chemical profiles matter when patients want to know about the level of psychoactivity, terminology, energetic or sedating effects, effects on mood, pain relieving properties, flavor, terminologies, and how ECS effects the body.
    • How to Recommend Flower
      1h 20m
      This article discusses how to conduct a visual inspection, how to spot quality, what to look for on lab tests, why chemical profiles matter, terminology, and how body chemistry can determine effect.
  6. 06. Deciphering Lab Results & Reading Labels
    6 Lessons

    In this course, we'll explain how to read lab results relating to various product types. You'll learn what to look for on the lab results and also what the red flags are to avoid. Next we'll go over what components you should typically see on product labels for each type. You'll learn how to confidently interpret the contents of various products and be able to explain them accurately to patients. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Discern the various components of lab results
    • Interpret cannabis product labels
    • Properly guide people to their ideal dosage
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Deciphering Lab Results & Reading Labels
      An introduction to deciphering lab results and reading labels.
    • Components of Lab Results
      In this video segment, Josh Wurzer discusses the components of lab testing. He provides a breakdown of the Certificate of Analysis (COA), including what to look for on the lab results and which components you should see on cannabis product labels.
    • Test Results
      In this video segment, Josh Wurzer discusses the test results. This includes deciphering results directly from the laboratory, which includes the nuances for each product type.
    • Types of Testing
      In this video segment, Josh Wurzer discusses lab testing, and the active ingredients most important to consumers including cannabinoid and terpene profiles. He also discusses contaminant results for heavy metals, pesticides, residual solvents, and processing chemicals
    • Interpreting Labels
      In this video segment, Josh Wurzer discusses interpreting the many aspects of cannabis product labels. This includes typical lab components such as quantity, potency level, input material, and extraction method.
    • Reading Labels & Deciphering Lab Results
      1h 25m
      This article explains the importance of lab testing and how to decipher lab results, including what to look for in lab reports and how to interpret labels.
  7. 07. Utilizing Cannabis without the High
    7 Lessons

    In this course we'll define what the “high” means and which cannabinoids are responsible for certain effects. Next we'll discuss the roles certain factors play that can affect the level of psychoactivity, such as what the cannabinoid ratio is, how the product was prepared and used, tolerance and dosing. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Recognize the major and minor cannabinoids and their associated effects
    • Identify the role of ratios between THC & CBD
    • Analyze various product preparations to understand their impact on people
    • Understand how to dose and build tolerance
    • Utilize topicals and juicing
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Utilizing Cannabis With or Without the High
      An introduction to using cannabis with or without the high.
    • Defining the High or Psychoactivity
      In this video segment, Dr. Smith defines what the “high” means. This includes the level of psychoactivity and its associated effects.
    • Cannabinoids and Their Associated Effects
      In this video segment, Dr. Smith discusses which cannabinoids are responsible for certain effects, and how each cannabinoid’s medical properties are distinct.
    • The Role of Ratios
      In this video segment, Dr. Smith discusses the role of ratios, and finding the optimal therapeutic ratio between THC and CBD.
    • Product Preparation
      In this video segment, Dr. Smith examines various product preparation. This includes products applying to THCA, and products using raw and acidic cannabinoids.
    • Dosing and Building Tolerance
      In this video segment, Dr. Smith discusses how to properly dose and build tolerance. This includes microdosing and building tolerance with varying body chemistries.
    • Utilizing Cannabis With or Without the High
      1h 20m
      This article defines the "high" or psychoactivity of THC. It explains cannabis without the high, microdosing, the role of ratios and product preparation.
  8. 08. Onboarding New Patients - What to Cover
    7 Lessons

    In this course, we'll discuss important topics to cover when onboarding new patients, such as understanding their goals and their current experience level with cannabis. Next we'll go through the topics to cover when setting the patient’s expectations, a crucial and often overlooked topic to cover with new patients. Finally, we'll go over some frequently asked questions we've been compiling so you'll be armed with answers to even their unasked questions! After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Understand the importance of patient goals
    • Determine the experience level patients have with cannabis
    • Set patient expectations around cannabis
    • Provide guidance to ensure every patient has a positive experience
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Onboarding New Patients - What to Cover
      An introduction to onboarding new patients.
    • Importance of Patient Goals
      In this video segment, Rachael Speegle talks about the first interaction with a patient. How you look communicates a message before you speak
. If you want to get information out of your client, you must build trust, match their energy.
    • Experience Level with Cannabis
      In this video segment, Rachael Speegle talks about understanding the client. The customer holds all the secrets to properly supporting them, you just need to ask the right questions
. Why are they there, seek more than just a diagnosis. What are their expectations?
    • Setting Patient Expectations Part 1
      In this video segment, Rachael Speegle talks about setting Patient Expectations, where trial and error is key. Start with small quantities of products, don’t encourage a large purchase. New clients can purchase one product on their first trip. Also it is vital to know that there are exceptions to every rule.
    • Setting Patient Expectations Part 2
      In this video segment, Rachael Speegle talks about habit vs addiction- substitute with another activity that feels similar in intention. It is important that patients understand their employers' HR policies regarding drug screening and that they speak to their employers about concerns prior to use because CBD and topicals can cause positive drug tests. CBD and topicals are not covered by insurance but some states will require workers' compensation insurance to reimburse for workers' comp claims.
    • Top FAQs and Concerns
      In this video segment, Rachael Speegle talks about frequently asked questions and concerns. What is the stigma? Is that realistic for their condition? If so, then discuss the other products that do not require inhaling. If they don’t want to get high, first find out why….try using words like intoxicated and compare it to wine
. Many low-dose products microdose,
 such as THC-A
 and CBD.
    • Onboarding New Patients
      1h 10m
      This article discusses onboarding new patients. It covers determining a patient's level of experience with cannabis, setting patient expectations, and going over top FAQs and concerns.
  9. 09. Dosing and Titration
    6 Lessons

    This course will cover the basics on cannabis dosing and how to guide your patients through this difficult subject. We'll discuss the reasons why dosing is so complicated with cannabis, explain the titration process, and offer suggestions on good places to start. Finally, we'll cover how to monitor progress, when to adjust and when to try alternative plans. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Understand why cannabis dosing is complicated
    • Explain what titration is and why it is important
    • Know where and how to start cannabis dosing
    • Understand how to monitor progress and adjust dosage
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Dosing & Titration
      An introduction to dosing and titration.
    • Why Cannabis Dosing is Complicated
      In this video segment, Gregory L. Smith MD, MPH talks about cannabis as a botanical. Composition varies from strain to strain and even within strains, depending on factors such as lighting, humidity, and soil. He also talks about cannabinoid metabolites and the first pass effect, which occurs when medication is ingested (swallowed as solid or liquid). After leaving the stomach, it goes into the small intestine, where it is absorbed and sent through the liver for processing.
    • Explaining Titration and Why It's Important
      In this video segment, Gregory L. Smith MD, MPH covers titration and why it is important. First it is vital to start low and go slow. He talks about the body's receptor down stimulation.
    • Where and How To Start
      In this video segment, Gregory L. Smith MD, MPH covers where and how to start the first dose of cannabis. The person must know to start low and go slow with cannabis. The first dose should be in secure environment, where they don't have to operate a vehicle.
    • Monitoring Progress
      In this video segment, Gregory L. Smith MD, MPH covers the monitoring progress and how to adjust the cannabinoid medications. When it comes to daily dosing, cannabinoid medications, being fat soluble, generally have a longer half-life (2-3 days) than that of most water-soluble medications (just a few hours). Once CBD is added, researchers believe that up to 80% of the medical benefits of cannabinoid medications come from CBD.
    • Dosing & Titration
      1h 45m
      This article covers cannabis dosing and explains why dosing is complicated. It describes how to develop a treatment plan with a new patient, including types of products to try, and times of day to try them, and discusses how to monitor patients for progress.
  10. 10. Bad Experiences, Their Causes & How to Avoid and Mitigate Them
    5 Lessons

    This course will go over potential negative experiences with cannabis, discuss their potential causes, and finally go over what you can do to avoid these bad experiences altogether or to mitigate their negative effects. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Recognize common bad experiences
    • Identify common causes
    • Understand how to avoid and mitigate bad experiences
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Common Causes of Bad Experiences & Guiding Patients
      An introduction to common causes of bad experiences and guiding patients.
    • Common Bad Experiences
      This video discusses negative side effects that some users experience when consuming cannabis. These potential side effects include dry mouth, dry eye, paranoia, memory loss, and hunger. This lesson also provides insight on how to appropriately communicate these side effects to patients
    • Common Causes
      This video explains the causes of common negative side effects that are associated with cannabis consumption. These causes include incorrect titration, incorrect chemical profiles, and chemical sensitivity.
    • Avoiding/Mitigating
      This video discusses how cannabis consumers can avoid and mitigate the negative side effects associated with cannabis. Common mitigation methods include starting at low dosages and journaling their experience with cannabis. When communicating with patients, it's important to set their expectations and educate them regarding side effects.
    • Common Causes of Bad Experiences & Guiding Patients
      1h 40m
      This article dives into the negative side effects that some users experience when consuming cannabis. These side effects include anxiety, paranoia, drowsiness, and dizziness. In addition, this text discusses the causes of these negative experiences, such as titration, cannabinoid over saturation, and chemical sensitivity.
  11. 11. Regulations & Legal Matters For Cannabis Patient Care
    8 Lessons

    In this course, we will give an overview of what the Federal and State policies are on cannabis, explain how it differs for cannabis versus hemp and also cover what the overall International Landscape looks like from a high level. Next we'll discuss what Medical Professionals, Cannabis Professionals and Patients need to know about cannabis from a legal and regulatory perspective. After completing this course, you will be able to:
    • Understand where the federal government currently stands with cannabis
    • Interpret state regulations
    • Discern and explain cannabis vs hemp
    • Navigate the international landscape of cannabis regulations
    • Identify what medical and cannabis professionals need to know
    • Explain legal matters for patients
    Lessons included in this course:
    • Intro to Regulations & Legal Matters
      An introduction to regulations and legal matters.
    • Cannabis and the Federal Government
      This video provides context on federal regulations and laws regarding cannabis. In this course, learners will gain a better understanding of the Controlled Substances Act, the Food and Drug Administration, enforcement limitations, legal definitions of cannabis and hemp, the 2018 Farm Bill, and much more.
    • Understanding State Regulations
      This video discusses the complicated landscape of cannabis regulations on the state level. Many states take a unique approach to cannabis use and legalization. While cannabis is entirely illegal in some states, others permit medical and recreational use.
    • International Landscape
      This video discusses the international landscape of cannabis regulations and laws. Within this course, learners examine developments in other countries, global trends, and a treaty proposed by the World Health Organization.
    • What Medical Professionals Need to Know
      This video discusses everything that medical professionals need to know before safely and legally prescribing cannabis to their patients. In addition, this video discusses informed consent, treatment plans, monitoring, specialized assessments, conflicts of interest, benefits to cannabis use, alternative treatments, establishing a physician/patient relationship, and much more.
    • What Cannabis Professionals Need to Know
      This video details legal matters that cannabis professionals must be aware of before selling their products. This includes risk management strategies, training programs, product education, dosing, track and trace software, Point of Sale systems, and much more.
    • Legal Matters For Patients
      This video details the legal issues that medical patients should understand before interacting with cannabis. These concepts include how to access legal cannabis, shipping restrictions, traveling with cannabis products, firearm eligibility, and drug testing.
    • Regulations & Legal Matters
      1h 40m
      This article discusses how cannabis regulations impact medical professionals and how they prescribe cannabis to patients. This article details federal and state regulations, medical use, recreational use, legal definitions of cannabis/hemp, and other legal matters medical professionals should be aware of.

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Who can benefit from taking this program?

In-Home Caregivers

Foster skills necessary to help your clients or loved ones see real benefits from cannabis therapy.

Medical Professionals

Expand your treatment options and your career by familiarizing yourself with cannabis patient care.

Job Seekers

Learn how cannabis works in the body and discover exciting new career paths.

Retail Employees

Get the skills required to guide your customers towards the products, dosage, and delivery methods that will work for them.

Meet your instructors - industry experts

Jaene Leonard
Cannabis Consultant & Educator
Rachael Speegle, RN
CEO, The Verdes Foundation
Shelly McKay
Co-Founder and Health & Wellness Advisor, Kannabis Works
Gregory L. Smith MD, MPH
Medical Cannabis For Clinicians
Jordan Tishler, MD
CEO, President, Association of Cannabis Specialists
Ian Stewart, Esq
Chair of Wilson Elser Cannabis Law Practice

    Having a resource like GF to back up what I am teaching adds value to my clients. It's great to have a reputable source in this emerging industry.

    Allana Pinkerton

    As a healthcare provider, in the past, I've prescribed many pain medications, including opioids. At this point, I use mostly homeopathic remedies like cannabis, with very few pharmaceuticals. I recommend cannabis to my patients, family, and friends suffering from chronic pain. Green Flower's program has helped me learn more about the therapeutic benefits of cannabis.

    Carol L.

    The Patient Care program helped me to refine my knowledge of cannabis, its different methods of administration, and its medical applications. Learning the nuanced differences has helped me endow my staff with the appropriate information to help guide their decision making.

    N.T. Zettell

Cannabis Patient Care Certificate Program

You have 365 days to complete this program

$297.00 (USD)

  • Average time of course: 20 - 25 hours
  • Time to complete course: 365 days
  • Extensions available if needed
  • 100% online. Learn anywhere!


Are there any prerequisites?
No. This program is available to anyone.
What's included with this program?
Online courses comprised of engaging videos and written materials, knowledge checks at the end of every module to assimilate your learning, private forum for students to connect and provide support, downloadable references to keep and access on your phone, and your official Green Flower Certificate (once you pass the exam).
Can I take the program online?
Yes. Green Flower Programs are 100% online and can be taken from anywhere in the world.
Who should get a Green Flower certificate? What will it do for me?
Whether you are looking to enter the cannabis industry, get hired by a cannabis company, invest in the cannabis market, win a cannabis license, become a more knowledgeable advocate, better serve the patients in your care, or contribute more deeply to your organization, getting a Green Flower Certificate will make you exponentially more confident, credible, and valuable to the cannabis industry today.
How do I pass the course?
You'll need to achieve a grade of 80% on the Final Exam to pass the course and receive your Green Flower Cannabis Fundamentals Certificate.
What can you tell me about the final exam?
The Green Flower Cannabis Fundamentals Exam is a comprehensive multiple choice exam administered online. A grade of 80% is required to pass. Enrollment allows two attempts to achieve a passing score. You will have 365 days to complete both the program and the final Exam. After 365 days, you will no longer have access to the program or testing materials. This is a closed book Exam. Upon Passing, you will receive your official Green Flower Cannabis Fundamentals Certificate to hang on your wall and use for credibility and trust in the Industry.
What happens if I don't pass the exam?
You will have two chances to pass the final exam with enrollment. Retakes are $69 after that. You must achieve an 80% passing score to receive your Green Flower Certificate.
Is your program accredited?
No, Green Flower is not an accredited school and doesn't plan to be. We produce trusted cannabis education led and validated by the world's top experts, and our programs are utilized by companies, associations, nonprofits, and governments around the world.
Will there be any mailed, hard copy books or reference materials?
No, nothing will be mailed and no hard copy text will be assigned. There are materials in each course that you can download, print, and use at your convenience.
Can any module be visited more than once, to reinforce learning?
Absolutely! You can review any and all materials as many times as you would like in the 365 days (30 for Sell-SMaRT) your program is open.
Refund Policy
We understand that sometimes plans change. If you can no longer take the course, please email us no later than 7 days after your purchase. We will be happy to issue you a refund (minus our enrollment fee of $20). No refunds will be given to cancellations made after 7 days of purchase.

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