Hays County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

OnlineAlcoholClass.com offers the finest alcohol and drug classes for Hays County, TX. Our alcohol and drug classes range from 8 hours up to 24 hours.

These Hays County, Texas online classes are perfect to complete a court alcohol drug class requirement, job requirement. You may also take our classes if your are interested in personal growth. Our courses are 100% self-paced and can be accessed from any computer, notebook or tablet. A completion certificate is prepared and sent to you as soon as you successfully completing our class.

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

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Texas Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class Frequently Asked Questions

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

Online Alcohol Class accepts all major payment types. You can pay for the alcohol awareness class 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 course instantly.

2. What is the cost of your Hays County, Texas alcohol awareness class?

Our Hays County, Texas 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. What does the Hays County, Texas final exam consist of?

At the end of the Online Alcohol Class Hays County, Texas alcohol class, you will need to take a brief final exam. In order to pass, you need to answer at least 80% of the question correctly. However, at no additional charge, you may retake the exam as many times as you need.

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

Yes. Online Alcohol Class has designed this Hays County, Texas alcohol class to be as flexible as possible. The user credentials you supply at registration time can be used from any computer to access the class.

5. Do I have to complete the Hays County, Texas class in one sitting?

No. You may start and stop the online alcohol course as often as you like until you have completed 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 by Hays County, Texas Certificate of Completion?

Your Hays County, Texas alcohol awareness class Certificate will be sent directly to you by first class mail. If you're in a hurry and need your alcohol class Certificate right away, select overnight shipping when you sign up and you’ll have your Certificate the next business day.

7. How long does the Hays County, Texas online alcohol education class take?

Our Hays County, Texas 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 Hays County, Texas alcohol awareness class quizzes counted against my overall score?

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

9. Do I need to download any software to take this Hays County, Texas class?

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

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