In order to attend a workshop, applicants must be registered with the WSLCB and businesses are only allowed to send two representatives to one workshop. According to the WSLCB website, their mission is to "promote public safety by consistent and fair administration of liquor and cannabis laws through education, voluntary compliance, responsible sales, and preventing the misuse of alcohol, cannabis, and tobacco."
A complete listing of the seminars is available online.
The WSLCB has also published a timeline for the licensing process.
Oct. 08 – Public Hearing on permanent rules in Seattle
Oct. 09 – Public Hearing on permanent rules in Spokane
Oct. 16 – Board Adoption of permanent rules
Oct. 17 – Nov. 1 – Marijuana Licensing Education Seminars
Nov. 16 – Permanent Rules become effective
Nov. 18 – WSLCB begins taking license applications