If for some reason you find that you cannot even manage the affordable cost of these online courses, there are community oriented alternatives. If you have been ordered onto any one of these traditionally court ordered education programs there is a process you can follow to avoid the paying of fees. At the point of registration, you will, of course, be required to provide your administrator or supervisor with a contactable email address.
The correct spelling of your full name will be required. You are given space to legally provide more than two names if this applies to you. You only submit your name alongside of the court initiated program that you need to participate in. You will not be providing any credit card holder details at this point. You will need to ensure that required submission details are correct and will not need to be altered later. An administration fee will need to be paid should changes be required.
First time court ordered course attendees need not fear. They have all the assistance they need. An online guide is waiting to show them how to proceed with their appointed work. Court appointed courses are various. They are designed to help you, not punish you. There is everything to be gained from a new educational experience. Take anger management courses, for example. Not only are you learning how to behave yourself in public, you are also given the tour of your life in regard to learn new things about yourself.
The online courses also spare you all humiliation and embarrassment. You can get through your courses in the privacy of your own home. And if discipline is required to get through the work, then that can be taught to.