- How It Works
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What You Need
Internet and Device. You will need a device such as a computer, a tablet or a phone which is connected to the internet.
Video Camera. You will also need a video camera facing you and a microphone. This is usually already built-in to tablets, phones and laptops.
Overview of the Process
Step 1: Sign Up
- Click on Sign Up. You will fill out a few pages and then go to your dashboard.
- About Payment
- Payment is weekly. (You can request monthly). No charge to sign up. First payment is before you start your classes.
- Credit cards accepted are MasterCard and Visa. If you do not have one, you can purchase a prepaid card.
Step 2: Finish Intake Documents
- Finish Intake Documents (4to 6 documents depending on state/county)
- After the documents are reviewed and approved, you are Enrolled
- Course will start the following Monday or the Monday after
Step 3: Do the Course
- Attend a scheduled webinar every other week
- Log in and complete written work every week. The program stops you when you are done with the week's work.
Step 4: Download Your Completion Certificate
- At the end of the course you can download your Completion Certificate.
More Details About What You Can Expect
- You can log out and return at any time to do your written work.
- A tutor is assigned to you and will review your work and send you messages which will appear on your dashboard. You are also encouraged to message your tutor (from the dashboard) with comments or questions.
- Your classwork consists of readings and exercises. In addition, the Webinar Courses also include practice assignments and a mandatory Webinar every two weeks.
- At times the court may require proof of progress through the class prior to your completion. You can contact our office and we will provide this for you.
- Customer service is available 9am - 5pm Mon-Fri Pacific Time.
How to Confirm That This Class Meets Requirements
All angereducation.com classes are accredited in the state of California. In addition, they have been used by clients throughout the country to satisfy mandated course requirements. Ultimately, the decision to accept a class is at the discretion of the court or officer/agency supervising your case.
If you are shopping multiple sites, be careful when you see a course "guarantee". It usually means that you are guaranteed to get your money back -- not that the class will be accepted.
If you have been officially referred by the agency to this site, then it is most likely approved. Otherwise, you will need to confirm that the class that you take is accepted by the court or agency mandating it. To do this, we recommend that you print our Course & Probation Approval Form and have it signed by your court or agency officer.
Please go to our How to Confirm Approval of Class to download the Approval Form.