DWI Intervention Class (32-Hour DWI Repeat Offender Class)

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DWI Intervention class Overview

This is a 32-hour DWI Intervention class (DWI Repeat Offender class) for people who have been convicted more than once of driving while intoxicated, that has resulted in the suspension of a driver’s license.  This class is fully certified by the Texas Department of License and Regulation (TDLR) and is approved by DPS. The class provides knowledge, skills, and resources to make responsible decisions regarding alcohol consumption.

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Zoom course instructions

This DWI Intervention class live Zoom course. Zoom courses are held two days a week for 7.5 weeks for a total of 15 modules. Each class is 2-3 hours in length. You can not make up days.  If you miss a session, you will have to start again on a different date and pay a new registration fee. Test your Zoom connection prior to purchasing by clicking here.

Certification Included


A completion certificate will be emailed within 5-10 days upon completion of course. You may pay a rush charge of $20 to get your certificate with 24 hours. This approved Texas DWI repeat offender program online is acceptable for any court-ordered DWI/DWII class in Texas. Our courses are approved throughout the Texas court system. License #653. Expiration 09/14/24.

DWI INtervention class Features:

Zoom course: 2 days a week for 7.5 weeks for a total of 15 modules

You cannot drive while taking this course.

Family week is required. Students must invite 1 participant to join class with them.

Certificate: Emailed within 10 business days on completion of course & form

100% Online access through a Zoom link. You must have your camera on.

You must attend all days. No makeup days. If you miss a day, you'll have start over.


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Why take a dwi intervention Class?

DWI Convictions

In many jurisdictions, individuals who are convicted of a DWI are required to complete a DWI education or intervention program as part of their sentence or probation requirements.

First-time Offenders

First-time offenders may be required to attend a DWI class as part of their penalties or to fulfill the terms of a plea agreement.

License Reinstatement

In some cases, individuals who have had their driver’s license suspended or revoked due to a DWI may need to complete a DWI class as part of the process to reinstate their driving privileges.

Court or Legal Requirement

In certain circumstances, a court or legal authority may order someone to attend a DWI class as a condition of probation or to fulfill other legal requirements.


This 32 Hour DWI Intervention (DWI Repeat Offender) Class will teach:

The history of DWI

Effects of alcohol and drugs on driving ability

Texas criminal and civil laws around DWIs

Resources to assist with getting help

What happens when we drink

Absorption & use of a BAC calculator

Online DWI Class / DUI Class Benefits

Overall, an online DWI education program aims to empower individuals with knowledge, skills, and resources to make responsible decisions regarding alcohol consumption, reduce risks, and promote a healthier relationship with alcohol. It provides comprehensive knowledge about alcohol, its effects on the body, potential risks, and associated behaviors. Participants learn about the physiological, psychological, and social aspects of alcohol consumption.


Online DWI Intervention classes offer the flexibility to access the course materials and complete the program at your own pace and from the comfort of your own home. All lessons and tests are done over the internet.


Online DWI Intervention classes make education more accessible to a broader range of individuals, such as those with physical disabilities or mobility limitations. It eliminates the need for transportation to a physical location, making it more convenient.

Cost Savings

Online 12 hour DWI Intervention programs may be more cost-effective compared to traditional in-person classes. They often have lower fees due to reduced overhead costs associated with maintaining physical classrooms and facilities.

Privacy & Confidentiality

Some individuals may prefer the privacy and confidentiality provided by online DWI classes. They can learn and complete the program without the concern of being recognized or stigmatized in a public setting.

Customized Learning

Online classes for DWI can offer interactive modules, quizzes, and multimedia materials that can enhance the learning experience. Participants can engage with the content in a way that suits their learning style and preferences.

Time Management

Online classes provide participants with the ability to manage their time effectively. They can fit the coursework around their existing commitments and responsibilities, increasing the likelihood of completing the program.

What's included in this DWI Intervention (Repeat Offenders class?

Module 1: Program Overview
Module 2: Lifestyles, Stress and Coping
Module 3: Values & Self-Esteem

Module 4: Positive Thinking and Irrational Beliefs
Module 5: Asserting Control and Goal Setting

Module 6: Responsibility
Module 7: Physiological and Psychological Effects of Drugs

Module 8: Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency
Module 9: Process Alcohol & the Family - FAMILY WEEK
Module 10: Co-Dependency & Al-Anon - FAMILY WEEK

Module 11: Treatment Options & 12-Step Self-Help Groups
Module 12: Thinking for Success
Module 13: Peer Pressure and Relapse Prevention

Module 14: Problem Solving and Action Planning
Module 15: Action Plan Finalization and Evaluation

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Additional DWI Repeat Offender Program Information

100% Online

This 32 hour repeat offender education program is 100% online, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

30 Days to Complete

You must complete the Texas DWI repeat offender program online within 30 days of enrollment.

70% Passing score

To complete this course you must pass the final evaluation with at least a 70% score.

Test retakes

If you do not pass the course evaluation, you will have to pay $25 to retake the course. No exceptions.

No refunds

DWI Intervention: Frequently Asked Questions

In Texas, a DWI Intervention class (also called a DWI Repeat Offender class) is a more intensive educational program mandated for individuals who have been convicted of multiple DWI offenses. Here’s what you need to know:

Who Needs to Take It:

  • Multiple DWI Convictions: This class is typically required if your driver’s license has been suspended due to multiple DWI convictions.
  • Court-Ordered: In some cases, the court may order a DWI Intervention class even for a first offense if it involves aggravating circumstances.


Texas Court Classes offers a DWI Intervention (DWII) class intended for those who are repeat offenders and who have been convicted multiple times of driving while intoxicated (DWI) with a suspended license.

Our DWII class will teach the history of DWI, effects of alcohol and drugs on driving ability, Texas criminal and civil laws around DWIs, resources to assist with getting help, what happens when we drink, and absorption of alcohol and use of a blood alcohol content (BAC) calculator.

The modules for the DWII class are broken down as follows:

Module 1: Program overview

Module 2: Lifestyles, stress, and coping

Module 3: Values and self-esteem

Module 4: Positive thinking and irrational beliefs

Module 5: Asserting control and goal setting

Module 6: Responsibility

Module 7: Physiological and psychological effects of drugs

Module 8: Alcoholism and chemical dependency

Module 9: Processing alcohol and the family — Family Week

Module 10: Co-dependency and Al-Anon — Family Week

Module 11: Treatment options and 12-step self-help groups

Module 12: Thinking for success

Module 13: Peer pressure and relapse prevention

Module 14: Problem solving and action planning

Module 15: Action plan finalization and evaluation 

In many jurisdictions, including Texas, courts may require you to complete a program as part of your sentence or probation requirements. If you’re a repeat offender, DWII classes might be necessary to reinstate your license and driving privileges.

  • Learn from Anywhere: Take classes right from home using Zoom. No need to commute.
  • Open to All: Online DWI education reaches more people by removing barriers like needing to travel to a classroom.
  • Save Money: Web-based programs often have lower costs since they don’t need to rent classroom space.
  • Respect Your Privacy: If you’re worried about attending classes in person, online options offer a discreet way to learn.
  • Tailored to You: Interactive lessons, quizzes, and videos can keep the material engaging for different learning styles.
  • Fits Your Busy Life: Work the classes into your schedule, making it easier to stick with the program and finish.

The class lasts for a total of 32 hours and spans 7.5 weeks with two class days per week.

Online DWI Intervention classes cost $275. When selecting an online DWI Intervention class make sure it is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). While all DWI classes offered by Texas Court Classes are TDLR certified some of the classes sold online are not TDLR certified. 

Texas Court Classes will mail you and DPS a paper certificate of completion within 5-10 days after you’ve successfully finished your class. If you need your certificate sooner, we will rush mail it to you within 24 hours for $20. Online course certificates are available immediately after successful completion of the course.

Yes! Texas Court Classes’ programs are approved and fully certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and the Texas court system. The DWII class is approved for any court-ordered DWI classes in Texas. (License #653, expires September 14, 2024.)

There are no refunds except if Texas Court Classes cancels your class on our end. If you miss a day of a class you have scheduled, you will be disenrolled and it will be your responsibility to re-enroll yourself.

If your class hasn’t started yet, you can reschedule to another class time. If you miss sessions from a class you’ve already begun, you will be disenrolled and will have to re-enroll in another class.

Yes, but for the final examination on the last day of class, you must have a secondary device. You will need to be visibly present with your camera on while taking the exam.

Feel free to call us at 866.892.5277, email us at info@texascourtclasses.com, or fill out our web form here.

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