George Boyadjian is the founder, owner, and teaches every class and seminar. He also works personally with consulting clients and is the key person involved in training Cannabis business clients to manage their businesses. George is supported in these business activities by a knowledgeable staff and various consultants who perform event management and registration functions.
George Boyadjian founded 420 College 12 years ago as a result of his experience in going through the planning, application and organizational process of starting a legal cultivation and medical marijuana collective business. He saw a need for seminars and consulting to help people navigate the application and business start-up process so he started 420 College to fill that niche.
At that time, it was operating under the name Cannabis Career Institute. The Cannabis Career Institute partners eventually split and in 2009 Mr. Boyadjian continued on by starting 420 College. The only other institution from that time that still teaches people how to how to legally open and operate a cannabis-associated business is Oaksterdam University. However, George Boyadjian is the only one left of the original cannabis business educators still operating his own educational Institution.
Through 420 College, George Boyadjian has functioned as one of the thought leaders in the Cannabis industry. He has worked to shape legalization legislation along with Cal NORML and other leading cannabis industry organizations.
420 College has quite literally educated and put in business many of the leading entrepreneurs in the industry.
FTG Management Inc is a private institution and is listed on the ETPL List as an Eligible Training Provider. FTG Management Inc is approved to operate as an approved institution by the California Bureau of Private Post-secondary Education (BPPE).
Approval to operate means that FTG Management Inc has been found in compliance with the standards set forth in the California Private Post-secondary Education Act of 2009 (California Education Code, Title 3, Division 10, Part 59, Chapter 8) and Title 5, Division 7.5 – Private Post-secondary Education of the California Code of Regulations.
Any questions that a student may have regarding the college catalog that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at:
P.O. Box 980818
West Sacramento, CA 95798-0818
2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95833
Toll free (888) 370-7589
Supplemental Job Displacement Vouchers
Employees injured on or after Jan. 1, 2004, who are permanently unable to do their usual job, and whose employer does not offer other work, may qualify for the supplemental job displacement benefits (SJDB).
SJDB comes in the form of a non-transferable voucher that can be used to pay for educational retraining or skill enhancement, or both, at state-approved or state-accredited schools. P. Steve Ramirez Vocational Training Centers is a state-accredited school!
Supplemental Job Displacement Benefits Voucher. Employees injured on or after Jan. 1, 2013, who are permanently unable to do their usual job, and whose employer does not offer other work, qualify for the SJDB voucher. The voucher amount is $6,000 for all permanent disability ratings. Employees are eligible to their voucher after being declared P & S, they no longer have to wait until the date of their settlement.
The voucher is due 60 days after a treating doctor, agreed medical evaluator (AME), or qualified medical evaluator (QME) declares the injured worker permanent and stationary, and issues a report outlining the worker’s work capacities and the employer does not offer the injured worker a job