Smith County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

OnlineAlcoholClass.com is the leader in Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness classes. Our classes are presented in lengths from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

You'll find our Smith County, Kansas online classes are ideal to fulfill a court alcohol drug class requirement, employer requirement. You can also take our classes if you're looking for in personal growth. Our courses are completely self-paced and can be accessed from any web browser. A completion certificate is prepared and sent to you as soon as your successful completion our program.

Our online alcohol programs have been developed and written by experts. They are not only educational but easy to use. They contain the course content that are intended to meet Smith County, KS requirements.

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Kansas Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

1. What payment options are available for the online alcohol awareness class?

You can pay for the Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness class through our website using any major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Amex). To prevent fraud and ensure your security, we use state of the art encryption technology (TLS) for all internet transactions.

2. I want to take the Online Alcohol Class Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness class. What do I have to pay?

If you are trying to meet an 8 hour (level 1) requirement, the cost of the alcohol education class is $149. This includes the certificate which will be shipped to you via U.S. mail for free. If you want to take a class which is longer, you can enroll in the 12 hour class which is $199, the 16 hour class which is $249 or the 24 hour class which is $319.

3. How do I take my Smith County, Kansas final exam for the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol class?

After finishing the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol class, you must pass a short Smith County, Kansas final exam with a grade of at least 80%. At no additional charge, you may again take the Smith County, Kansas final exam as many times as needed in order to satisfactorily complete the class.

4. Is it possible for me to change computers after I start the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol awareness course?

Yes, you may take the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol class from any computer with internet access. That means you can start on one computer and change to another computer without difficulty. The Online Alcohol Class website can fit into your schedule!

5. Can I take a break between chapters of the Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness class?

Yes! If you need to take a break, it is not a problem at all! You do not have to complete the Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness class in one sitting and may start and stop as often as necessary. Our Online Alcohol Class program will resume where you left off!

6. When I finish the Online Alcohol Class Smith County, Kansas online alcohol awareness class, where will my Smith County, Kansas certificate of completion be sent?

After you complete the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol awareness class, we will mail the original certificate to you. However, if you are taking the class for a court requirement, it is your responsibility to submit the Smith County, Kansas certificate to your Smith County, Kansas court.

7. How much time does the Online Alcohol Class Smith County, Kansas course require?

The amount of content for the Smith County, Kansas online alcohol awareness class depends on which version of the class your purchased. The class comes in 8 hour, 12 hour, 16 hour, and 24 hour lengths. This is a self-paced course, and can easily fit into your schedule!

8. If I do not do well on the Online Alcohol Class quizzes, am I still able to satisfactorily complete the Smith County, Kansas course?

It is possible. The Smith County, Kansas alcohol awareness class quizzes are meant to prepare you for the Smith County, Kansas final exam and they do not count against your overall score. You must score 80% to pass. You may re-take the Smith County, Kansas exam as many times as necessary, at no additional charge, in order to get the passing grade.

9. Do I need to download any software to take this Smith County, Kansas class?

You don't need to download any software to take this Smith County, Kansas class. The software will work on any computer with a web browser and internet access.

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