Course For Drugs & Alcohol: Minor In Possession provides access to the Minor In Possession (MIP) Class, an educational program that may be required in the state of Hawaii by the court, a legal order, a legal representative, a parole or probation officer, an employer, or other entity.
Our Minor In Possession (MIP) Class has been written to meet national standards and is recognized by courts and organizations that allow distance learning. The Course For Drugs & Alcohol: Minor In Possession program provides meaningful content intended to meet court, legal, or employer requirements. We also recommend the Minor In Possession (MIP) Class for personal growth.
This online Minor In Possession (MIP) Class is recognized throughout the United States and satisfies court, legal, and employment requirements.
Our Minor In Possession (MIP) Class is 100% online and self-paced, which allows you to start and stop at any time and as often as necessary to accommodate your schedule.
The course can also be taken on any device that has access to the Internet:
You can even start on one device and continue on another!
Your Minor In Possession (MIP) Class certificate comes backed by a 100% money-back guarantee.
If your certificate is not accepted for any reason, contact us and let us know. We will refund you the full price of the course.
Starting at only $25, we offer the lowest priced Minor In Possession (MIP) Class with absolutely no hidden fees; guaranteed! If you find a similar course for a lesser price, we'll beat it! Just contact us and let us know. It's that simple!
|Course duration||Total price||Start now|
|4 hours||$25.00||Start your 4-hour course now|
|8 hours||$45.00||Start your 8-hour course now|
|12 hours||$65.00||Start your 12-hour course now|
|16 hours||$85.00||Start your 16-hour course now|
The course price includes an enrollment verification letter and your certificate of completion. We do not charge additional fees for providing these documents.
In some cases the court or rules of a particular county may disallow distance learning. This means that the Minor In Possession (MIP) Class cannot be taken with an online provider. Below is a listing of every county in the state of Hawaii. Those displayed in red and with an are specifically known to reject certificates from distance learning providers:
If you are required to take a Minor In Possession (MIP) course as a result of a license suspension, a DUI/DWI or to obtain a new driver’s license, this course is *not* approved by the DMV, MVA, DPS, DOT, DOL or DLR. You will need to contact the driver’s license office for an approved provider list.
Before getting started you may be curious to check certificate acceptance information for your
particular state or province. Select your home state/province from the list above to view
region-specific information regarding certificate acceptance.
You may also click this link if you're in the United States or click this link if you're in Canada.