Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the commonly asked questions regarding Our Court Ordered Classes "At-Home" Programs. If you don't see your question answered below, please Contact Us and we'll be happy to answer any specific questions.
Are on-line classes approved for my Domestic Violence, Parenting, Anger Manangement, Batterers Intervention, Child Abuse, Criminal Behavior, Shoplifting, Diversion, Drug and Alcohol Awareness, DEJ case or any other case for that matter?
How does Court Ordered Classes compare to other online classes?
It doesn't. There is nothing to compare to. There are no other approved online providers of DEJ Diversion, Domestic Violence / Battery, Anger Management, Divorce, Parenting, Shoplifting or Criminal Behavior Modification courses via LIVE GROUP IN-PERSON CLASSROOMS. CourtOrderedClasses.com has the first completely online diversion, domestic violence, divorce, parenting, criminal behavior modification, theft prevention, battery and anger management classes. Some classes on the internet require you to "print out" their course materials. So they are really just home study classes that you can do from within our website. With Court Ordered Classes the entire class can be taken at your computer, tablet, cell phone and other mobile device. Oh, and by the way, we are state and court approved.
Do we get Proof of Enrollment and Progress Reports?
A "Proof of Enrollment" is mailed out within 14 days or faster if you have requested earlier delivery to the participants provided address upon intake, registration and payment. A copy of this report will also be uploaded to your Documents Folder for the Court or Probation Office at the referring county to be able to retrieve. Along with the proof of enrollment you will also be provided with information on how to request additional progress reports to provide to the court. To expedite this service you can call us at (661) 312-0392.
How do I tell the Judge or My Lawyer about your service.
You can choose the option for having us do that for you or we do have a special letter for describing the exact nature of our program. You can print it out here. LETTER TO THE JUDGE
I need my certificate right away! How fast can I get it?
You will get a "Proof of Enrollment" certificate mailed out to you using the delivery option you have selected. As soon as you have completed your courses, be it domestic violence, anger management, deferred entry of judgment, batterers intervention, drug and alcohol awareness, criminal behavior modification, divorce, high-conflict divorce, parenting, co-parenting, high-conflict parenting, family violence, shoplifting, theft prevention, and juvenile (teen) court & betterment programs along with assessments: drug / alcohol assessments, parenting assessments, anger management assessments and DV/BIP assessments, we will be alerted and you will get a court "Proof of Completion" certificate mailed out to you and the court. If you have selected upgraded shipping, then we will send your certificate out using third day, second day, or overnight shipping.
Do I have to take the class all at once?
You can go at your own pace. CourtOrderedClasses.com provides a simple classroom reading and studying environment, one that will allow you to relate all course material with ease. CourtOrderedClasses.com also provides the group meetings, live from within the site. You sit down and you listen to your counselor and others in the group, you give and take, you participate just as in any other group meeting. Since our classes are ongoing and self-paced, you can start now - as soon as you enroll!
Is there a time limit?
There is no set time limit for taking the class. You can take it in a single sitting or at any time throughout the week you find convenient. If the court has ordered you to complete a program by a set date, then you must try to abide by those orders or ask the judge for an extension. Please consult with your lawyer / public defender regaurding such matters.
Is your class Guaranteed?
We have been proven accepted in most of the states in the US. While some of our participants take our online programs for personal or occupational reasons, most participants take them for a court or probation requirements. We are so confident in the quality and acceptance of our programs. If for any reason this program is not accepted by the court for a court requirement, will refund your money in full with written proof of decline. Please seeour Refund Policy page.
What is the Certificate of Completion?
Our Certificate of Completion comes on an official form commonly used by state program professionals. It simply statesdomestic violence, anger management, deferred entry of judgment, batterers intervention, drug and alcohol awareness, criminal behavior modification, divorce, high-conflict divorce, parenting, co-parenting, high-conflict parenting, family violence, shoplifting, theft prevention, and juvenile (teen) court & betterment programs along with assessments: drug / alcohol assessments, parenting assessments, anger management assessments and DV/BIP assessments "Certificate of Completion". Also included on the certificate is your name, date of birth, case number (if for court), address, phone number, and number of sessions completed, and our officially certified stamp. We use the same certificate format for all of our programs.
Can I go back and review materials?
While you are taking the class you can always go back and review any materials that you have already seen. You can also keep your material for reference in the future, even after completion of your classes.
Is there a live person I can talk with if I have any other questions or concerns regarding the program, or if I need help with registration?Of Course. Mon. to Fri. 9 a.m to 6 p.m. PST you can call us at (661) 312-0392. You can also email us 24 hours a day at [email protected].
How do I find the feedback left for Court Ordered Classes?You can find some of our feedback throughout the years, placed by the participants who have completed our courses, about the quality of our program, here Satisfied Court Orders. or
What is a "Live Web-Casted Video Group" Meeting, is it like a classroom where the students can participate?
YES Exactly. Groups are a maximum of 14 Participants per facilitator. The Facilitator(s) and the Participants who have reserved the seat for the particular Group can visually see one another, participate in the subject matter, contribute on the topic with their peers, share personal stories. The facilitator notes alertness, attentiveness, comprehension and participation levels and any other important information and adds them to the clients chart for ongoing review.
Court Ordered Classes was developed in 2007 to assist those who were physically unable to make it to their local classrooms to be able to get the services and intervention that they needed. These persons may have been handicapped, mentally ill, incarcerated, or they may have been hundreds of miles from any intervention program provider, and, in some cases, public figures, professional athletes or other celebrities that may have otherwise disrupted the classroom by merely their presence. Now Their technologically advanced “live group meeting” software allows course instructors to have classroom style group sessions with participants from all over the nation (students from Los Angeles, New York, Alaska, Hawaii and so on) to teach and collect in-debt information, while bringing a multitude of diverse cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, lifestyles and other differences, together for one common cause in one class. This “live group meeting” adheres to and surpasses all State standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence and Batterers Intervention Programs and has since been put to use by many of the Children's, Family, Drug and Criminal Courts throughout the whole Nation.
It is because of such innovations that Court Ordered Programs Inc. and their distance-learning programs, DBA Court Ordered Classes, have received dozens of endorsements from Judges and Family/Children’s Court Referees and hundreds of endorsements from social workers, probation and parole officers, district attorneys, case mangers, lawyers and public defenders.
Why Court Ordered Classes?
Often it is difficult to attend court ordered classes due to a travel distances, busy schedules, and other life commitments. These online courses allow you to learn the same tools as our "in-person" classes but in a low-stress, convenient, affordable and self-paced environment. Established in 2007 we are the first and only court program provider to offer live video group sessions. We have no hidden fees or costs. No registration fees. Each enrollee, upon registration, will receive a "Proof of Enrollment" without any additional paperwork costs. Each participant will be assigned an individual case manager, and, upon completion of our program, will receive a "Certificate of Completion" again without any additional fees. We also offer Assessments for various court orders. Those Judges that are familiar with us know how our classes work and the participation level required to complete them, that is why we are able to provide our programs in 99% of the cities on those lists below. That is the same reason that the judges, officers or social workers that have reviewed us do not consider our program as on-line program but as "at-home" live, "in-person classroom" program classes.
5 Star Domestic Violence Program
The classes were easy to understand and follow along and convenient. The employees were easy to work with. I highly recommend to everyone who's interested in bettering themselves and their relationships. The live in-person sessions were meaningful as a result of the director's guidance and the candid sharing throughout the group. I believe everyone can benefit from this Course as it has instructed that no one is perfect and there is always a better, more knowledgeable self that can be attained with some instruction, enlightenment, and active participation and engagement.
Very Informational, Easy to Use + Nice Staff
Thank goodness for courtorderedclasses.com! I highly recommend anyone in need of almost any class for either court or personal reasons to use them. I learned a lot, and it wasn't like super boring like some would think. I actually learned quite a bit about my topic and about myself. I also really loved that you can do it at your own pace at whatever time is most convenient for you. The site was also very user friendly. Thanks again, you guys are great!
This program was excellent. I was able to do it like a regular in person program which is just as well ..... There was no prejudgement made by courtorderedclasses staff. Classes were well constructed and the facilitators of the live group sessions were very knowledgeable and involved the participants in discussions.
High Intensity Parenting
You do not need a court order to take this course. I recommend it for parents going through a hostile divorce. It shows how easily kids can be adversely affected beyond just the action of the divorce itself but in how the parents handle the process. Some of the ways of mishandling it such that it hurts the kids are obvious, but some are not and quite helpful to take into account.
Perfect Fit For a Busy Schedule
After having searched for months to find a course local to me I was still unsuccessful. A friend found Court Ordered Classes and told me about it. The classes were a pot on and followed exactly the same guidelines as the ones I was taking previously. The staff is great and very attentive. The ability to do the classes online meant I could meet requirements and not have to miss work.... I hope everyone takes away as much as I have from this course.
COC Saved My Life
After looking around doing research for court mandated classes that fit my needs and was convenient for me, I found CourtOrderedClasses.com and found that the classes were useful and excellent. Not only are the classes were great, the staff was also very helpful and willing to assist you in making the classes easier and to get you on the right track. I would recommend CourtOrderedClasses to anyone who needs to fulfill court ordered classes. Not only that, but you can take classes for knowledge and self-help.