Pulaski County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

Online Alcohol Class offers the most comprehensive Pulaski County, MO online alcohol awareness classes. Our classes range from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

These Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol classes are ideal to complete a court alcohol class requirement, job requirement. You can also take our classes if your are looking for in personal growth. Our courses are 100% self-paced and can be accessed from any computer, notebook or iPad. A completion certificate is sent to you as soon as you successfully completing the program.

Our online alcohol courses have been developed and written by trained educators. They are not only educational but easy to use. They contain the class content that are intended to meet Pulaski County, Missouri requirements.

We're so confident in our programs that they include a 100% money back guarantee.

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Missouri Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

1. What payment methods do you accept?

You can pay online by any major credit card including Mastercard, Visa, or American Express for Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol awareness course. You must make payment before gaining access to the course content. All student information is processed using TLS- encryption technology. All credit card and online check information is processed via our secure payment processing company.

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

Our Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol awareness class price 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. Am I receiving a user name and password at registration so that I can log in and access the Online Alcohol Class Pulaski County, Missouri online alcohol class??

You will be assigned a unique user name and password at registration for the Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol awareness course. Use this information to log in to the members area at Online Alcohol Class.

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

Yes. You can begin the class on one computer and continue on another. Your location in the class is automatically stored so that when you return to the course, you will be taken to the last page you visited.

5. Do I have to complete the Pulaski County, Missouri course in one sitting?

No. You may start and stop the online alcohol course as often as you like until you have finished the course; log-in and out on the schedule that suits you best. When you log back in, you'll be taken back to the last page you visited before logging out.

6. How will I receive my Certificate of Completion?

Online Alcohol Class will send a Certificate to you for free. If you complete the course by 12 pm PST (Monday through Friday), and we will send your Pulaski County, Missouri Certificate the SAME DAY!

7. How long does the Pulaski County, Missouri online alcohol education class take?

Our Pulaski County, Missouri 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 Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol awareness quizzes counted against my overall score?

No. The Online Alcohol Class Pulaski County, Missouri alcohol awareness quizzes are meant to help prepare you for the Pulaski County, Missouri final exam. they do not count against your overall score. You must score 80% on the Pulaski County, Missouri exam in order to pass. However, you may re-take the Pulaski County, Missouri exam as many times as necessary in order to pass, at no additional charge.

9. Do I need any special hardware to take the course?

No special hardware is required. You can take the course from any computer, PC or Mac. Another advantage, there is no downloading required to complete the Online Alcohol Class course.

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