Enroll now in impulse control classes with continuity from 2 up to 16 hours/weeks and get your free, instant certificate of completion. The program provided by TheftAwareness is completely online, starts from only $29.99 and comes with no hidden fees.
In order to meet the standards of any state/province and institution across the United States and Canada, our impulse control program is developed by a Certified Shoplifting and Theft Addiction Specialist - CSTAS and a member of NASTAS. Our courses are known to be widely accepted by states, provinces, courts, employers and other entities which allows distance learning.
Impulse control is a condition in which the individuals have difficulty managing their emotions and actions. One of the significant manifestations of this disorder is kleptomania or the need for a person to commit theft. Most often, people resort to shoplifting and, pretending to be buyers, misappropriate goods for which they do not intend to pay. Statistically, shoplifting is the most common crime in the United States. For this reason, in recent years we face a huge need to work forward the prevention of such acts. In order to participate in this common fight against shoplifting, TheftAwareness have developed impulse control classes.
They have durability from 2 up to 16 hours/weeks and are completely online, without the need of any physical attendance. Also, our programs are self-paced and self-study - the pace is set by you and your particular needs. Furthermore, our classes come with the lowest price guarantee, starting from $29.99 and having no hidden fees. You get your letter of enrollment and certificate of completion for free. The online impulse control classes, provided by TheftAwareness are developed by a Certified Shoplifting and Theft Addiction Specialist - CSTAS who is also a member of NASTAS. The course content comprises useful information about shoplifting, the different types of shoplifters, the reasons for their behavior as well as statistics about this burden of our society.
It is likely that you are mandated to take part in an impulse control course by a court, judge, probation or parole officer, legal representative, school, employer, family member or another entity within the United States and Canada. Our impulse control programs are widely accepted by all organizations that allow distance learning. Still, we advise you to pay attention to the particular course name you are required to take. The impulse control class can be found under a variety of names within the different states countrywide. Yet, feel free to take part in our impulse control class, in case you have to enroll in some of the following courses:
Impulse Control Class;
Consumer Awareness Class;
Shoplifting Prevention Class;
Anti Shoplifting Class;
Shoplifting Diversion Class;
Shoplifting Misdemeanor Class;
Stop Shoplifting Class;
Diversion Program for Shoplifting;
Theft Awareness Class;
Anti Theft Class;
Theft Prevention Class;
Petty Theft Class;
Theft Abatement Class;
Theft Offender Class;
Theft Diversion Program;
Retail Theft Class.
In the end, we kindly ask you to feel free to contact us, If the course you need to take part in is not listed above.
The impulse control classes at TheftAwareness may be referred to as Impulse Control Education Class, Impulse Control Intervention Program, Impulse Control Awareness Course, or Impulse Control Management Class.
The impulse control classes provided by TheftAwareness are conducted fully online, allowing participants to access the course materials and complete the program remotely.
The duration of the impulse control classes varies depending on the program, ranging from 2 hours up to 16 hours/weeks. Participants can choose the course that best suits their needs and schedule.
The pricing for impulse control classes at TheftAwareness starts from $29.99, with no hidden fees. Additionally, participants receive a letter of enrollment and a certificate of completion at no extra cost.
The impulse control classes at TheftAwareness are developed by a Certified Shoplifting and Theft Addiction Specialist (CSTAS) who is also a member of NASTAS (National Association of Shoplifting and Theft Addiction Specialists).
Yes, the impulse control classes provided by TheftAwareness are widely accepted by courts, probation or parole officers, legal representatives, schools, employers, and other entities that require participants to complete an impulse control course in the United States and Canada.
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