Being charged with an underage drinking offense can cause anxiety, stress, and confusion. However, if you have been convicted of a minor-in-possession charge, we offer the best online courses available to complete court-related alcohol education requirements. Developed by industry experts, our courses are offered entirely online so you can access them around your schedule and there is no need to drive anywhere.
Canada is getting stricter with their laws around alcohol. Here are some basic ones:
In Saskatchewan, the legal drinking age is 19. Minors who are caught in possession of alcohol, or who are caught consuming alcohol, can be charged and penalized.
Minor-in-possession or underage drinking charges can result in fines, court-mandated alcohol education classes, and other penalties. If you are ordered to complete an alcohol awareness class, you will be required to complete anywhere from 8 to 24 hours of course work.
Onlinedrugclass.com are favored among those with busy schedules or driving license suspensions. Our classes are highly educational and user-friendly. Enroll on any computer or mobile device with an internet connection, and start learning immediately. It's that easy!
You can pay for your online MIP class via phone or our secure SSL encrypted online payment-processing service. We accept both e-checks and credit cards at ODC.
Please find our MIP course prices below:
All courses include free enrollment processing and free certificate shipping.
Like all of our minor-in-possession courses, our Saskatchewan MIP class is completed entirely online. Once you have completed the enrollment process, you'll be granted instant access to our alcohol awareness program. You can then complete the course at your own pace.
Absolutely! Our courses allow you to start and stop as often as you'd like.
Absolutely! We include free certificate shipping with all of our MIP classes. Typically, shipping requires seven business days.
The amount of time it takes you to complete your MIP class will depend primarily on the course that you have enrolled in. However, in the end, you set the pace.
To pass the final exam, simply score 80 percent or higher. There's no need to worry though, because if you don't pass the test on your first try, you can retake it. In fact, there's no limit to the amount of times you can take the final exam.