Not all states allow for online classes for domestic violence. Please get prior approval to take the class online prior to enrolling to ensure it will meet your specific legal requirements.1. What is the purpose of taking a Domestic Violence class?
DVclass.com is a program created to give instruction on the skills necessary and to help abusers understand and overcometheir violent behavior. The goal is to reduce and eliminate this unacceptable conduct for a safe and secure family environment.The class is available satisfy a court mandate or to learn to change your destructive behavior. 2. What are the benefits of taking an online course?
Taking classes online instead of at a school site saves you time, money and provides anonymity. You can take the classes from any web-based computer at home, at a coffee shop, at the library or other WIFI hot spots. Classes are available for Vermont
immediately 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so you don’t need to miss any time from your job or from school. The opportunity to take a class from home will save you driving time and expenses for gas and parking. Finally, you are saved the potential embarrassment of attending a class with other people. No one else needs to know that you are taking the class.
3. How much does Domestic Violence Class cost in Vermont?
The8 Hour Domestic Violence Class costs $195.00. The 12 Hour class is $245.00 with other course lengths ranging from $295.00 - $995.00. You can log onto www.dvclass.com/registration
to see the entire price list. Our website is 100% secure and we use state of the art technology to protect your identity and confidential information.4. How does the class work online for Vermont?
Simply click on the red button next to the class you would like to order. The class will immediately become available to you which is a benefit if you are under a time crunch. It is taken entirely online. You are not required to print out anything. The classes are divided by chapters according to subject matter. You simply scroll through and read the information presented to you on the computer screen. A final exam is given at the end of the course. 5. Can I go back and review the course content?
Yes,you can go back and review all the material before taking the final test. 6. What if I don’t pass the final exam?
The final exam can be retaken until it is successfully passed. It takes a70% or higher on the test to complete the course.7. Do I need to be computer savvy to take this class?
No. Classes presented by the AJ Novick Group are designed to be easy to use for individuals with little computer experience. All you need to do isread the information and answer multiple choice quizzes and a final exam.
8. Do I have to take the class all at once?
Domestic Violence classes can be taken entirely at your convenience, even from Vermont
. You can take the mover a period of hours, days or weeks depending on how quickly you would like to complete them. You can log-in and out of classes as many times as you would like. If this is for a court order, you’ll want to check the requirements of the mandate for a due date. 9. Do I have to pay extra for the Certificate of Completion?
We provide a Certificate of Completion to clients who have successfully finished all course content. The certificate has the person’s name, date of birth, court case number and a unique certificate number that we keep on record to prove the form is valid. This certificate is provided to offer as proof to the court system that this requirement was successfully fulfilled. There are no additional costs to have your certificate sent via USPS First Class Mail. It is also available to instantly download on to your computer. 10. What if the court won’t accept this class?
Clients should get prior approval from the court to take this class online. However, if you take the class and then find out that it is not accepted for a legal requirement, we will refund your fee in full with a written proof of decline. We are proud of the quality of our programs and provide a 100%guarantee money-back guarantee within 60 days of purchase.11.How doI know which Domestic Violence online class to choose for Vermont?
We suggest that clients check the experience of the program director. You can also contact your local court and ask which program is best for your specific case. Many programs are available by individuals who claim expertise in the field, but don’t have the credentials to back it up. Our classes are rated A+ by the BBB and have beendeveloped by Dr. Ari Novick. Dr. Novick is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Anger Management Facilitator and Trainer and provides domestic violence counseling.Since 2003, he has been offering high quality and effective programs online . Monday through Friday PST, Dr. Novick is available to speak with directly. He can be reached at 949-354-4064 or online at ari @ ajnovickgroup.com.