Welcome to the FAQs page of DomesticViolenceMasters, where we aim to enhance your customer experience by addressing some of the most important questions you may have. We understand that navigating court ordered domestic violence classes can be complex, and we are here to provide clarity and support.
Within this section, you will find answers to common queries regarding our remote learning program, course options, curriculum compliance, pricing transparency, and certificate of completion. We strive to ensure that all pertinent information is readily available to empower you in meeting your legal requirements while fostering personal growth.
Should you have any further concerns or require additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our dedicated team is here to help you every step of the way.
The domestic violence class is suitable for individuals who have the will and strength to face the issue.
To enroll in a program, simply create an account on our secure website and complete the registration process.
Yes, upon registration, you will receive a complimentary letter confirming your enrollment.
Yes, you can still enroll in the program for additional education.
No, this program is specifically designed for offenders and not intended to support or aid domestic violence victims.
DomesticViolenceMasters is an online platform that offers a specialized course on domestic violence, prioritizing the well-being of families affected by this issue.
The class aims to educate individuals about violence, its dimensions, manifestations, and to help them overcome it.
The CDVS-I is a certified domestic violence specialist who developed the course with a strictly educational purpose.
Yes, the domestic violence classes are entirely online and can be accessed at your convenience.
The programs offered by DomesticViolenceMasters have flexible durations of either 2 or 16 hours/weeks, allowing you to choose the option that best fits your schedule.
Courts, judges, parole or probation officers, legal representatives, schools, and other organizations or entities may require participation in these classes.
Yes, DomesticViolenceMasters' classes are designed to meet the requirements of courts, probation officers, and other reputable institutions.
Yes, the class can be found under various names such as DV Class, Family Violence Intervention Program, Spousal Abuse Class, and more.
The hourly classes are self-paced, allowing you to progress through the material at your own convenience. On the other hand, the weekly classes have set pace and provides access to only one session per week, every Monday.
Yes, DomesticViolenceMasters is widely recognized and reputable across both the United States and Canada.
Yes, Domestic ViolenceMasters offers its online domestic violence courses in all states across the United States.
The course is generally accepted in all states, as well as in the majority of counties that permit distance learning. However, we advise participants to ensure acceptance by their specific home state or county by providing them with a letter of enrollment for pre-approval.
Yes, DomesticViolenceMasters offers a diverse range of domestic violence programs in every province throughout Canada.
The certificate of completion for the online domestic violence course is generally accepted in nearly all provinces across Canada. However, it is advisable to verify acceptance in your specific province before enrolling in the course.
DomesticViolenceMasters offers courses beginning at just $29.99. The cost, however, is based on the length of the program.
No, there are no additional costs for the courses offered by DomesticViolenceMasters.
To ensure that you get the best deal possible, DomesticViolenceMasters does indeed offer a lowest price guarantee. Visit our course guarantees page to learn more about it.
We accept payments via Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club. Please feel free to enroll and pay with credit cards, debit card and prepaid cards with these logos.
No. Complete access to all the resources is free and available online. After successfully registering for the DomesticViolenceMasters online course, you will have full permission to use them.
No, all you need is a web browser-enabled device and an internet connection.
Yes. You can do this from the dashboard of your account without losing your progress.
Yes, the cost to switch to a shorter or longer course, or from an hourly to a weekly schedule, or vice versa, is $14.99.
Yes, if you upgrade, you must pay the difference between the price of the previous and new course in addition to the $14.99 fee. The price difference is not refundable, nevertheless, when selecting a course with a shorter duration or one of lower value.
No. You do not need to pass a final exam to earn certification.
Upon successful completion, you will receive a free certificate of completion, which can be used for verification purposes.
The customer can request payment discount If they:
1. Provide us a valid proof of a lower competitor’s price within 48 hours of their purchase on DomesticViolenceMasters.
2. Provide us valid proof of a lower competitor’s price prior to their purchase on DomesticViolenceMasters.
You can learn more about our lowest price guarantee by reading our Terms&Conditions.
DomesticViolenceMasters kindly ask participants to send their Letter of enrollment for pre-approval to the authority that mandated the domestic violence course completion. However, If anything occurs and the Certificate we provide you with is not accepted for occupational or legal requirements, we will make a full refund back to your bank account as soon as you send us a written proof of decline.
Cancellation requests will only be taken into account if the rejection is caused by non-acceptance of distance learning or the lack of proper credentials and qualifications of the course instructor. It should be noted that refunds and cancellations are not accepted if students have not adhered to prescribed course length, program type (hourly/weekly options), or nature of the course.
In accordance with our guaranteed acceptance policy, participants may request a refund in cases of institutional denial. To qualify for this, written and signed proof of such denial must be provided within 7 business days of receipt.
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