If you're searching for a convenient program to assist you in learning about alcohol & drugs, then consider enrolling in our 12-Hour Class today. Ideally suited for court, personal, or work requirements, this professional program is accepted nationwide.
Our 12 Hour Drug And Alcohol Awareness Program has been written to meet national standards and is recognized by courts and organizations that allow distance learning. The OAC program provides meaningful content intended to meet court, legal, or employer requirements. We also recommend the Drug And Alcohol Awareness Class for personal growth.
Completely web-based, this level 1 alcohol & drug class can simply be accomplished with the use of two tools: a computer and Internet access. Don't have a computer? You can even access course material with a tablet, iPad, or smart phone. With our program, you can design your own schedule and study and learn at your own pace. You no longer have to worry about getting to class on time or dealing with a teacher. There is no extra software, downloads, or PDFs needed. You can log in and out of the program on your own terms, as your course progress will always be remembered.
Created by a team of experts, this educational program was formed to meet court requirements and assist students who need a 12-hour or 12 session alcohol & drug education class.
Here's just some of the concepts covered in the Level 1 class:
After your 12-hour online alcohol & drug class is completed, you will receive a certificate of completion (at no extra charge) via First Class mail. This certificate will detail the 12-hour class/session you’ve successfully completed. For a small fee, you can upgrade to overnight shipping.
Often students ask what the "12 hour class time means". This is the total time a student will spend on materials if they are an average learner. We do have class timers in place that prevent students from finishing the materials too quickly. But there is no overall time limit to take the class. For most students we recommend taking 2 hours at a time and the entire class over the course of 6 days. At 3 study days per week you should finish the class in about 2 weeks.
Important Note: Not all courts and DMV offices will accept online programs. It is your responsibility to make sure that our course work fulfills your specific requirements.