Is this the parenting class I am required to take?
This is a court-approved class for divorcing parents with children under the age of 18. It is a 4-hour class. It is designed to meet the court requirements for most states that require a parenting class.
How do I sign up for the class?
Click here and complete the easy registration process. The entire class can be completed online and at your own pace. It’s simple, easy, and convenient.
Will I have to pass a test?
No. We provide reviews to enhance your learning experience, but no tests are required.
How do I receive my certificate?
You can print your certificate after you complete the class.
What do I need to take the course?
Just a computer or hand-held device, and a printer. Because of the length of the class, you may want to take the class on a larger screen.
How much does the class cost?
Only $49.95 for a high-quality class packed with good information, videos, and animation, based on real life experiences of parents. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. This includes debit cards, credit cards, and pre-paid cards that display these logos.
Question: How will you know who is really taking the course?
We do have a security check-in system so that we know that it is really you taking the class.
Question: How much time is required to complete the course?
The time required to finish this course is four hours. You may take it at your individual pace. Start, stop, and resume when you like.
Question: What happens if I don’t finish the class?
You must complete the class within 60 days of registration. If you fail to complete the course within the 60 day period you will not receive credit for the class. Sorry, your registration fee will not be refunded after 60 days.
Question: How do I know the court will accept my certificate?
Our money-back guarantee to you is that if your certificate is refused for a court or legal requirement, you may obtain a refund within sixty days of purchasing the course. To receive your refund, you simply send us a signed written refusal from the court along with the name and address of the court.
It is the responsibility of the student to confirm with the judge, probation, or your attorney as to whether a distance learning parenting course will be accepted.