Online Alcohol Class (OAC) in Nova Scotia now offers the most comprehensive alcohol and drug courses available on the Internet. Whether you are looking to satisfy a court order, or simply to learn more about substance abuse, the course is broken down in various levels/hours to suit your needs: Level 1 (8 hours), Level 2 (16 hours), and Level 3 (24 hours).
The Nova Scotia Online Alcohol Awareness Classes have been designed and written by experts, so they are informative, interesting, and easy to use.
Depending on each individual’s circumstance, the courses are available in 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|
Yes. OAC accepts most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Amex) as payment for the course. Your personal information and credit card data remain confidential. This information is processed through our secure payment processing system.
During the enrollment process you will choose a unique username and password. This information will act as your site key, allowing you to log on/off as you see fit. When you log off OAC, the site automatically remembers where you left off.
The site is accessible to users 24/7 on any device or computer with Internet access. This provides you with the ability to start or stop working at your own pace. If you are working towards a court ordered deadline, please keep this in mind while progressing through the course.
No. The quizzes are set in place for educational purposes only and to help prepare you for the Nova Scotia based final exam. To successfully complete the course, you must score eighty eight percent or higher on this exam. If you fail on your initial try, you are allowed to re-take the test until you have passed (at no extra cost).
Your certificate of completion will be shipped via first-class mail to the address provided. Once again, if you are completing a court-ordered requirement, it is highly encouraged to sign up for the next day delivery of your certificate.
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Resident of Nova Scotia, click here to find a class in your county. You might also be interested in Nova Scotia Minor in Possession Classes.