Founder KT&LL Education Consultants LLC Bud Education
In the past three decades, I have worked as an educator and administrator in Chelsea, Massachusetts. My responsibilities included overseeing the school's safety and security. Other responsibilities of my role included writing state and federal policies and procedures aligned with regulations. My specialties lie in systems analysis, curriculum design, crisis intervention, educational law, behavior management, substance abuse, Restorative Justice, and social-emotional learning. I received training from the FBI headquarters in Chelsea, Massachusetts, on internet-based threats and hacking. During my career, I worked closely with the Chelsea Police Department, the Department of Justice, and the Massachusetts General Hospital.
As an adjunct professor at a local Boston college, I develop and teach classes in the Workforce and Development Department. I have taught safety practices and workplace development in large manufacturing plants such as Kayem Foods. I have received grants and awards from the Massachusetts Governor's Office for Workforce and Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for my innovative curriculum.
RVT was developed using a Universal Design Language. To understand complicated (regulatory) information, UDL methods can help remove barriers.
It's no secret that I'm swamped! My favorite pastimes include gardening and spending time with family and friends.
The Responsible Vendor Training curriculum has been utilized by over 5,000 agents in the cannabis industry.
Kristi Talagan, M.Ed,RVT #453123
To help you become a "Responsible Vendor," we offer a deep dive into compliance training.
OUR COURSES MEET ALL MASSACHUSETTS ANNUAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AS OUTLINED IN CHAPTER 55 OF THE ACTS OF 2017; MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS CHAPTER 94G, 935 CMR 500.000, AND ALL OTHER COMMONWEALTH CANNABIS REGULATIONS.
OUR COURSES MEET ALL MASSACHUSETTS ANNUAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AS OUTLINED IN CHAPTER 55 OF THE ACTS OF 2017; MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS CHAPTER 94G, 935 CMR 500.000, AND ALL OTHER COMMONWEALTH CANNABIS REGULATIONS
Please note the credit policy here:
Requests for credit must be made within 60 days from the date of enrollment.
To be eligible for credit, the employee must not have started the Responsible Vendor Training (RVT) program.
The credit request must be submitted in writing to our designated email address. Upon receiving the credit request, we will verify the enrollment status and confirm whether the employee has initiated the RVT program.
If the employee has not started the RVT program and meets all other eligibility criteria, a credit will be issued.
The credit will be applied toward future enrollment.
The amount of credit issued will be equal to the original enrollment fee paid by the employer.
Credits are non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
Any additional fees or charges associated with the new enrollment or services We strive to process credit requests promptly and communicate the resolution to the employee or their representative in a timely manner. Our goal is to ensure a fair and transparent credit policy that meets the needs of our valued customers while maintaining the integrity of our enrollment process.