Online Alcohol Class (OAC) in Newfoundland currently offers the most comprehensive drug and alcohol course on the Internet to date. The classes, which were both written and designed by professionals, are broken down into varying levels and hours depending on individual needs: Level 1 (8 hours), Level 2 (16 hours), and Level 3 (24 hours).
If you are looking to satisfy a court-ordered educational class, or simply looking to further your own substance abuse knowledge then OAC is available 24/7 for you.
Depending on your individual needs, the Newfoundland Online Alcohol Awareness Classes are broken down into the following hours, levels, and costs:
|8 Hour (Level 1) Alcohol Awareness Class||$149||Register Now|
|10 Hour (Level 1) Alcohol Awareness Class||$179||Register Now|
|12 Hour (Level 1) Alcohol Awareness Class||$199||Register Now|
|12 Hour (Level 2) Alcohol Awareness Class||$199||Register Now|
|16 Hour (Level 2) Alcohol Awareness Class||$249||Register Now|
|20 Hour (Level 2) Alcohol Awareness Class||$299||Register Now|
|21 Hour Alcohol Awareness Class||$309||Register Now|
|24 Hour (Level 3) Alcohol Awareness Class||$319||Register Now|
|26 Hour Alcohol Awareness Class||$324||Register Now|
|30 Hour Alcohol Awareness Class||$339||Register Now|
|36 Hour Alcohol Awareness Class||$349||Register Now|
We accept most major credit cards (Visa, Amex, and MasterCard) for payment. All costs must be paid in full prior to utilizing the site’s features. Your personal and financial information will always remain confidential, as it is processed through our secure payment software system.
During the enrollment process you choose a unique username and password. This information acts as your site key, allowing you to log on/off the site at your convenience. This allows you to proceed at your own pace, however, if you are working towards a court-ordered deadline please keep that date in mind while completing the course.
Yes. You can access the site 24/7 from any device or computer with access to the Internet. If you log off, OAC saves the information at the last spot you were studying.
No. The quizzes are set in place as educational tools only – to prepare users for the Newfoundland based final exam. In order to successfully complete the course, you must score eighty percent or higher on the exam. If you fail to do so on your initial attempt, you are allowed to re-take the test until you pass (at no extra cost).
Once you have passed the course, your certificate will be shipped to you via first-class mail. Once again, if you are working towards completing a court-ordered deadline, you should consider signing up for the next day delivery of your certificate.
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Resident of Newfoundland, click here to find a class in your county. You might also be interested in Newfoundland Minor in Possession Classes.