12 Hour: DWIE - Driving While Intoxicated Education Program
See course schedule below
You can now take court-ordered DWIE classes online via Zoom for ANY county in Texas!
ZOOM CLASSES ARE HELD ON CONSECUTIVE DAYS, for example Tuesday (Session 1), Wednesday(Session 2), Thursday(Session 3).
*Classes are for 4 hours each Session.
*Must have audio & video capabilities for Zoom course.
LATE EVENING SESSION – 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
May 22- May 24 (Sunday – Tuesday)
MORNING SESSION – 6:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m
May 24 – May 26 (Tuesday – Thursday)
PLEASE NOTE!!! THIS IS A 12- HOUR COURSE THIS IS A 12- HOUR COURSE THAT HAS TO BE TAKEN IN SEQUENTIAL ORDER FOR 3 DAYS.
YOU CANNOT MAKE UP DAYS. If a participant misses a session, he/she will have to start again on a different date, beginning with Session One and will have to pay a new registration class fee for new course.
- This is a Zoom course.
- Please test your device’s video & audio capabilities before your scheduled course begins https://zoom.us/test
- You cannot drive while taking this course.
- You MUST have your camera on for the duration of the course.
- You are allowed to use a smart phone, however, you must have a secondary device on the day of class. This is because you have to be on camera while taking the course exam.
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IN-PERSON CLASSES TAKEN THROUGH
CAN BE TAKEN FROM ANY COUNTY IN THE STATE OF TEXAS!!!
Has your Texas Driver’s License been suspended due to a DWI?
Were you required to take a 32-hour DWI Education course?
We Can Help!
Why Texas Court Classes?
Unlike many other courses, Texas Court Classes follow strict licensing guidelines that were approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation as required by law according to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
Texas Court Classes has been approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
Our License Number is: 1715
License Expires: August 24, 2022
Article 42A. 404
Code of Criminal Procedure requires person convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation, to attend and successfully complete a educational program for repeat offenders certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender’s license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. The standardized program is 32 hours in length.
In-person courses can be conveniently taken from any computer or from your smart phone device through the ZOOM application. Upon successful completion of at least a 70%, your certificate will be mailed directly to you and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) within 5 business days.
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