Alcohol Education Program for Minors
(Minor in Possession (MIP) Class 6 hours

Classes are held on Tuesday & Thursday 6-9pm

Virtual Class 

Join class using your Phone or computer

Just download the Google Meet app

 

Class will be taught by a LIVE Instructor.

All classes are:

  • ACCEPTED BY TEXAS COURTS.

  • STATE CERTIFIED PROGRAM

  • STATE LICENSED INSTRUCTORS

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This class costs $100

You can pay in advance

or pay $25 down-payment to reserve your seat

Registration Process:

  1. Fill out Registration form on this page

    • You will choose your class date​ in the drop down list

    • You can pay in full or pay the down-payment (costs are next to the class date in registration form) 

  2. You will receive an email showing proof of registration. You can show this to the court, your probation, or your parole officer.

  3. The week before class starts, you will receive emails with the link to join the virtual class and paperwork to submit. 

    • Class will be held using Google meet, you can download the app ahead of time.​

    • All paperwork sent to you can be completed and submitted electronically. (you will not have to print and scan or fax anything to us)

  4. Show up to class ON TIME and call or text us @ (469) 986-9629 if you require further assistance. ​

2021 Class Schedule

Tuesday & Thursday

6 - 9 pm

May 18 & 20

June 15 & 17

July 20 & 22

August 17& 19

September 21 & 23

October 19 & 21

November 16 & 18

December 14 & 16

90.45. Course Requirements for Alcohol Education Program for Minors.

(New Section adopted effective November 1, 2017, 42 TexReg 4632)

  • (a) In addition to the requirements under §90.43, each Alcohol Education Program for Minors must:

  1. conduct the prescribed alcohol education course a minimum of two times during each annual reporting period;

  2. provide a minimum of six hours of class instruction per course:

  3. conduct class sessions which are not longer than three hours in length;

  4. conduct no more than one class session per day; and conduct courses and each class with no more than 25 participants and with no fewer than three participants (not including parents and guardians)

 

The Program must administer and evaluate pre- and post-course test instruments for each participant.

https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/court-ordered/oep/oeprules-drug-alcohol.htm