If you have a court order to take a class, it can be a serious issue to find a class time that fits with your busy work schedule. For those who cannot leave work earlier or miss work at any time to take a class, like court ordered domestic violence classes, then now is the time to look into a class that is offered online.
These courses must meet all of the requirements set forth by your court order. Typically, that is already handled by the website and company that offer the course. Then, you need to look into registration. Make sure that whoever needs the certificate for the course is the one who registers – even if you have someone else footing the bill. If you put in the name of the person paying for the course, they will get the certification in their name as well. That can waste a lot of time and the money spent on the course for the one who needs it to satisfy the court order.
Certain courses, like domestic violence classes, have numerous options that make them available at a different cost. Each one depends on the number of hours that are supposed to be completed. A four-hour class is $22, while a 30-hour class is $70. There are a wide variety in the options for class hours, as they range from four hours up to 52.
People who need to take these classes should be prepared to watch five one-hour segments to complete the coursework. A workbook will need to be completed, and there will be progress reports to show you have spent the time needed and learned what is necessary to complete the course. When the necessary knowledge has been gained, a certificate of completion will be provided to the individual taking the course.