Marion County Drug and Alcohol Awareness Classes

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

These Marion County, Texas alcohol classes are perfect to fulfill a court alcohol awareness class requirement, employer requirement. Our classes are also helpful if you're looking for in personal growth. Our courses are completely self-paced and can be accessed from any computer, notebook or iPad. A certificate of completion is sent to you as soon as your finishing the program.

Our online alcohol classes have been designed and written by professionals. The courses are both educational and easy to use. They contain the course content that are intended to meet Marion County, TX requirements.

We're so sure you'll love in our programs that it's completely guaranteed.

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Texas 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 Marion County, Texas alcohol class via 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. What is the price for the alcohol awareness class?

The price for the Marion County, Texas online alcohol education class depends on the course length. The 8 hour (level 1) class is $149, the 12 hour (level 2) class is $199, the 16 hour (level 2) class is $249, and the 24 hour (level 3) class is $319.

3. How do I access my Online Alcohol Class Marion County, Texas online alcohol class course materials?

You will be assigned a unique user name and password at registration for the Marion County, Texas online alcohol education class. You must use this information to sign in to your account at Online Alcohol Class

4. Can I take the Marion County, Texas class from 2 different computers?

Yes. You are not restricted to taking the online alcohol awareness class from just one computer. You can sign in to one computer to take part of the course and another computer to take the rest of the course. As long as both have access to the internet, you will have no difficulty.

5. Do I have to take the Marion County, Texas online alcohol awareness course all at once?

Do you have a busy schedule? It's no problem! You do not have to finish the Marion County, Texas online alcohol awareness course all at once and may start and stop the course as often as necessary. Our state-of-the-art software will resume where you left off!

6. What does your Marion County, Texas alcohol class certificate look like?

We issue a standard certificate for all our classroom and online Marion County, Texas 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 Marion County, Texas alcohol awareness class last?

You can take the Marion County, Texas alcohol course at your own pace. The alcohol awareness class is broken up into lessons and the time to take the course will vary from one person to another. The total duration of the class varies depending on which one you signed up for.

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

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

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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