Online Theft Class Overview:
Our online Petty Theft Class uses evidence-based methodology to teach impulse control and personal growth for juveniles and adults. This class will help individuals meet their court requirements. This shoplifting and petty theft class provides clients with the tools that they need to make positive changes in their lives. The class is designed to help clients develop a stronger sense of responsibility and respect for themselves and others. By identifying and clarifying values and belief systems of our students, clients are given the means to develop a healthy self-image, empathy for others, and an greater understanding of socially responsible behavior.
The program teaches essential skills for creating a positive behavior change. Clients will develop an understanding of learned behaviors and social reinforcements in an Accelerated Learning workshop. By creating a positive and diverse learning environment, incorporating today's most effective treatment modalities, this class provides an exceptionally effective space for creating long-lasting emotional and behavioral change. I.S.A.E.'s classes combine topic-specific information, key elements of Cognitive Behavioral Approaches and Social Learning Theory.
Research supports Cognitive Behavioral treatment methods as being one of the most efficient and effective methods in creating emotional and behavioral. Our shoplifting online course puts these methods into the hands of our clients to help them grow into who they want to be.
The ISAE online petty theft has full audio, allowing you to learn in the way that works best for you.
Frequently asked questions about the ISAE online petty theft class
- Will my court accept this petty theft class?
We have designed our online theft class to meet court requirements. If your court accepts online classes, your court will accept ISAE classes. It is your responsibility to ensure that your court will accept online classes.
- How long does the petty theft class take to complete?
For court requirement purposes, the online class is equivalent to an in-person 8 hour class. However, the class is designed to be self-paced, allowing you to complete it in a timeframe that works for you.
- Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Yes, you will receive a certificate of completion! As soon as your class requirements are completed, your certificate will be emailed to you. After receiving your certificate, you can present it to your court.
- Should I take this class for shoplifting?
You absolutely should take this class for shoplifting! This class meets the requirements for an online shoplifting class, as well as petty theft, misdemeanor theft, felony theft, and more.
- What should I do if I have other questions?
Give ISAE a call at (303) 433-1900 and we will be happy to answer your questions!
Topics covered by this online theft class include:
- Impulse control
- Values clarification
- Personal goal setting
- Influence examination
- Self-esteem and victim empathy building
- Costs and legal issues associated with petty theft
Who should enroll in this online theft class?
Adults and juveniles should take the online theft class if they have received tickets for the following:
- Petty theft
- Misdemeanor theft
- Felony theft
- Check and/or credit card fraud
This online theft class is taken using a computer. To receive your certificate, you will need to pass the online test, submit an essay, and email your course exercises to us. Don’t enroll in another online theft class that does NOT require a test! Courts will not accept classes that do not include tests. You must use a laptop or desktop computer to take this petty theft and shoplifting online course, not a mobile device.
Our online petty theft and shoplifting class is conveniently offered in several U.S. states, including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.