Marshall County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes is the leader in alcohol and drug classes for Marshall County, KS. Our classes range from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

These Marshall County, Kansas alcohol classes are ideal to complete a court alcohol awareness class requirement, work requirement. Our classes are also perfect if your are interested in personal growth. Our classes are completely self-paced and can be accessed from any computer, notebook or tablet. A certificate of completion is sent to you immediately upon your successful completion our course.

Our online alcohol courses have been designed and written by professionals. They are not only educational but easy to use. They contain the course materials that are intended to meet Marshall County, KS requirements.

We are so confident in our classes that they include a 100% money back guarantee.

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Kansas Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I pay for my alcohol awareness class?

Online Alcohol Class accepts all major payment types. You can pay for the alcohol course via the web with MasterCard, Visa or American Express. State-of-the-art encryption technology is used to stop fraud and ensure your security with all internet transactions. Or, you may call Customer Care at (775) 434-8753 and pay by phone and begin the course immediately.

2. What is price for the Online Alcohol Class online alcohol awareness class?

For the complete 8 hour Marshall County, Kansas online alcohol awareness class the cost is $149. This cost is slightly higher for the 12 hour ($199), 16 hour ($249) and 24 hour ($319) Marshall County, Kansas classes.

3. What does the Marshall County, Kansas final exam consist of?

At the end of the Online Alcohol Class Marshall County, Kansas alcohol class, you will need to take a short final exam. To pass, you need to answer at least 80% of the question correctly. However, at no additional cost, you can retake the exam as many times as necessary.

4. Can I begin the Marshall County, Kansas alcohol awareness on one computer and continue it on another?

Yes. You can begin the course on one PC and continue on another. Your progress is automatically stored so that when you come back to the course, you will be taken to the lesson you last visited.

5. I have a busy schedule and cannot take the Marshall County, Kansas alcohol awareness class all at one time. May I start and stop between chapters?

Yes, if you have a busy schedule, it's no problem! You don't have to take the alcohol awareness class all at one time. You can take a breather between the lessons as often as necessary.

6. How will I receive my Certificate of Completion for the alcohol class?

Your Completion Certificate for the alcohol awareness course will be sent to you by first class mail. Finish the course by 1pm Mountain Time (Mon-Fri) and your Marshall County, Kansas Certificate will be processed the same day! Express overnight delivery is also available.

7. How long does the Marshall County, Kansas online alcohol education class take?

Our Marshall County, Kansas online alcohol awareness class is a timed class consisting of 8, 12, 16 or 24 hours of course materials. The total course length depends on which version of the course you take.

8. Are the Marshall County, Kansas alcohol class quizzes counted against my overall score?

No. The Marshall County, Kansas alcohol education class quizzes are meant to help prepare you for the Marshall County, Kansas final exam, and they are not counted against your overall score. You must get at least 80% of the questions correct on the Marshall County, Kansas exam to pass. However, you may re-take the Marshall County, Kansas exam as many times as necessary in order to pass, at no additional charge.

9. Is there special software I need for this class?

No! You can take the class with your internet browser so no special software is required. All you need is just your PC or Mac web browser to take this class (the same software you are using to look at this page).

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