The following are some of the more commonly asked questions about our Online DV & BIP Programs. If you don’t see your question below, please Contact Us. We’re available to answer all of your questions.
Stop DV Class is part of the Blue Mountain Education group and has been providing online classes since 2000. Our classes are designed to be the simplest and most easy to understand and use classes that still meet state requirements. There is no easier and effective online DV education than our classes.
For all intents and purposes they are the same type of class, just the title is different. When you say "Batterer Intervention" what you mean is you are trying to educate a Batterer (person who commits domestic violence) in order to try to get them to not commit the same acts again in the future. A "Domestic Violence" class is exactly the same thing.
Our courses are carefully designed to meet legal and regulatory standards. We strive to ensure that our content aligns with the requirements set by courts, probation departments, and other relevant authorities. However, it's always recommended to check with your specific jurisdiction to confirm acceptance.
Stop DV Class's shortest class length for a domestic violence class is 8 hours. This is the shortest number of hours of material that covers the important topics of domestic violence. A 4 hour class simply wouldn't be long enough to cover the materials that most students need.
Yes, we take the security and privacy of your information seriously. Our website uses industry-standard encryption and security measures to protect your personal data. We do not share your information with third parties, including advertisers, without your consent.
We do not reveal the fact that you are taking or have taken any classes from us without receiving your permission. If you are taking the class for a court requirement we can update the court for you as to your progress or completion of a DV Class.
Upon successful completion of a course, you will receive a certificate of completion. This certificate can be used to fulfill court or probation requirements, as applicable. Additionally, you may gain valuable insights and skills to help build healthier relationships in your personal and professional life.
Every jurisdiction is different on how they specify the requirements for classes. Some specify a certain number of hours while other specify a certain number of weeks. Usually the rule of thumb is 1 week is the equivalent to 1 1/2 or 2 hours. To be safe we suggest you take 2 hours for every week you are required.