Drug & Alcohol Awareness Classes in New Brunswick

Online Alcohol Class (OAC) in New Brunswick now offers the most comprehensive and innovative alcohol and drug course. Whether you are taking the course as a result of a court order, or simply looking to gain substance abuse education, the course is broken down into various levels and hours: Level 1 (8 hours), Level 2 (16 hours), and Level 3 (24 hours).

These class were written and developed by experts to be user friendly and accepted by the province New Brunswick for substance abuse education.

Depending on your level of necessity, the New Brunswick Online Alcohol Awareness Classes are broken down into a range of levels/hours, and the following corresponding prices:

New Brunswick Alcohol and Drug Awareness Class FAQ

1. Do you accept most payment methods for OAC?

Yes. We accept most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Amex). All of your personal information, including credit card data will remain completely confidential. This information is processed through our secure payment processing system.

2. How do I access my necessary materials?

At the beginning of the enrollment process, you must choose a unique username and password for the site. This information will act as your site key, which allows you access to the site's features 24/7.

3. Can I access the site every day? What if I am too busy?

Yes. As stated previously, the site is available 24/7 to all users with an Internet connection. This allows users to start and stop studying at their own pace. If you are working towards a court-ordered due date, it is highly encouraged to keep this in mind while taking the course.

4. How do the quizzes work? Do they affect my overall score?

The quizzes are solely educational, and do not count against your score. They are in place to prepare you for the New Brunswick based final exam. To successfully complete the course, you must score eighty percent or higher on the final exam. If you fail to pass on your initial try, you are allowed to re-take the test until you do so (at no extra cost).

5. How do I receive my certificate of completion?

After you pass the final exam, your certificate of completion is mailed to you via first-class mail to your provided address. Once again, if you are working towards a court-ordered deadline we encourage you to sign up for next day delivery of your certificate.

Learn more about DUI Laws in New Brunswick.

Resident of New Brunswick, click here to find a class in your county. You might also be interested in New Brunswick Minor in Possession Classes.

New Brunswick Alcohol Class

  • 100% Online Class
  • Accepted Throughout Canada
  • Available 24/7
  • Includes Completion Certificate
  • Free Online Enrollment Verification
  • Free Certificate Shipping
  • Instant Access
  • Written and Designed by Professionals
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

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