Online Alcohol Class (OAC) in Saskatchewan now offers the most comprehensive drug and alcohol course available on the Internet. These classes, designed and written by experts, are broken down into various levels to meet individual needs: Level 1 (8 hours), Level 2 (16 Hours), and Level 3 (24 hours).
Whether you received a minor-in-possession of alcohol ticket, were arrested for a DUI, or simply want to learn more about substance abuse issues, OAC is the course for you! Not only are the classes interesting, but they are informative, convenient, and easy to use.
Depending on your individual needs, the Saskatchewan Online Alcohol Awareness Classes are available in the following hours, levels, and corresponding costs:
Yes. OAC accepts most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Amex) for course payment. Your personal information, and credit card data is processed through our secure payment processing system so it stays confidential.
During the enrollment process, you select a unique username and password for the course. This information will act as your site key, allowing you to log on/off the site at your convenience.
The site is accessible to users 24/7. You can access the site from any device or computer with Internet access, which allows you to go at your own pace. If you are working towards a court-ordered deadline, please keep that date in mind while pacing yourself.
No. The quizzes are set in place solely for educational purposes – to prepare you for the Saskatchewan based final exam. To successfully complete the course, you must score eighty percent or higher on the exam. If you fail during your first attempt, you are allowed to review the materials and re-take the test until you pass (at no extra charge).
Your certificate will be shipped to you via first-class mail. However, if you are approaching a court-ordered deadline, you can upgrade shipping to next day delivery.
Learn more about DUI Laws in Saskatchewan.
Resident of Saskatchewan, click here to find a class in your county. You might also be interested in Saskatchewan Minor in Possession Classes.