Muskegon County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

Online Alcohol Class is the leader in drug and alcohol awareness classes for Muskegon County, MI. Our classes are presented in lengths from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

You'll find our Muskegon County, Michigan online classes are ideal to fulfill a court alcohol drug class requirement, job requirement. Our classes are also perfect if your are interested in personal growth. Our classes are 100% self-paced and can be accessed from any computer, notebook or iPad. A certificate of completion is awarded to you as soon as your finishing the course.

Our alcohol and drug programs have been developed and written by industry leaders. They are not only educational but easy to use. They contain the course content that are intended to meet Muskegon County, Michigan requirements.

We're so confident in our programs that we back it with a 100% money back guaranteed.

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Michigan Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do you accept major credit cards for payment?

When you sign up for our Muskegon County, Michigan online alcohol awareness class, you can use any major credit card, including MasterCard, Visa or Amex. All your credit card information is completely encrypted and secure when you enter it our website and when we send it to our credit card processor.

2. How much does the alcohol awareness course for Muskegon County, Michigan cost?

The cost is just $149 for the Muskegon County, Michigan 8 hour level one course. The longer Muskegon County, Michigan classes are $199 for the 12 hour course, $249 for the 16 hour course and $319 for the 24 hour course.

3. How do I access my Online Alcohol Class Muskegon County, Michigan alcohol class course materials?

You will be pick a unique user name and password when you register for the Muskegon County, Michigan online alcohol class. You must use this information to sign in to your account at Online Alcohol Class.

4. Can I begin the course on one computer and continue it on another?

Yes. Online Alcohol Class has designed this Muskegon County, Michigan alcohol class to be as flexible as possible. The class can be accessed from any computer using the sign in credentials you created when you register.

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

Yes, if you have a busy schedule, it is not a problem! You do not have to take the alcohol awareness course all at one time. You can take a break between the lessons as often as necessary.

6. How do I get my completion certificate for the online alcohol awareness class?

We will mail the original certificate to you. It is your responsibility to submit the Muskegon County, Michigan certificate. If your are taking this class for a court requirement, it is your responsibility to submit the certificate to the court.

7. What is the length of the Muskegon County, Michigan alcohol awareness class?

You can expect to spend approximately 8, 12, 16, or 24 hours on the Muskegon County, Michigan alcohol class (depending on which version you purchased). This self-paced Muskegon County, Michigan online alcohol awareness course is not timed. Online Alcohol Class 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 Muskegon County, Michigan course?

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

9. Will your class work on a Mac?

Yes! This Muskegon County, Michigan alcohol class has been designed to work on both Macs and PCs running windows. All you need is a standard web browser such as Safari and internet access.

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