Ozark County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

Online Alcohol Class offers the finest drug and alcohol awareness classes for Ozark County, MO. Our alcohol and drug classes range from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

You'll find our Ozark County, Missouri alcohol classes are ideal to complete a court alcohol awareness class requirement, work requirement. You may also take our classes if you're interested in personal growth. these classes are 100% 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 alcohol programs have been designed and written by educators. The courses are both educational and easy to use. They contain the course materials that are intended to meet Ozark County, MO requirements.

We are so sure you'll love in our programs that we back it with a 100% money back guaranteed.

Start your Ozark County, MO class today! Click here to register.

Missouri Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I pay for my alcohol class?

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

2. What is the cost of your Ozark County, Missouri alcohol awareness class?

Our Ozark County, Missouri online alcohol awareness class cost depends on which version of the course you take. 8 hour: $149, 12 hour: $199, 16 hour: $249, 24 hour: $319. The cost includes certificate processing and free certificate of completion shipping.

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

After completing the Ozark County, Missouri online alcohol awareness class, you must pass a short Ozark County, Missouri final exam with a grade of at least 80%. At no additional charge, you may retake the Ozark County, Missouri final exam as many times as needed in order to satisfactorily complete the class.

4. Can I take the Ozark County, Missouri class from 2 different computers?

Yes. You are not restricted to taking the alcohol awareness class from just one computer. You can login to one computer to take part of the course and a second computer to take the rest of the course. As long as both have access to the internet, you should have no problem.

5. Can I take the ?location alcohol class in sections?

Yes. You may start and stop the Online Alcohol Class alcohol class as often as you want until you have finished the course. You may log-in and out according to your schedule. When you log back in, you'll be taken back to the last page you visited before logging out.

6. What does your Ozark County, Missouri alcohol class certificate look like?

We issue a standard certificate for all our classroom and online Ozark County, Missouri classes. The certificate states that your took this class and includes your name, class length, completion date, and a unique certificate number.

7. How long does the Ozark County, Missouri online alcohol awareness class take?

Our Ozark County, Missouri online alcohol education 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. If I do not do well on the Online Alcohol Class quizzes, am I still able to satisfactorily complete the Ozark County, Missouri course?

It's absolutely possible! The Ozark County, Missouri alcohol class quizzes are meant to prepare you for the Ozark County, Missouri final exam and they do not count against your overall score. You must score 80% to pass. You may re-take the Ozark County, Missouri 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 Ozark County, Missouri 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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