So just for fun, I looked at their web site, and took the demo. Based on what I saw in the demo, I wouldn't sign up. The instructions for the course were read by a computer voice synthesizer that was very annoying. I certainly wouldn't want to listen to that for an entire oupv course. The sample study material and quiz questions were pretty lame, but the last one was a classic. It showed a picture of the skyline of a seaside city at dusk and asked what city it was. There was no other information given to provide any clue as to the identity of the city, so either you must have seen the city from the water or you have a 25% chance at the multiple guess.
The whole experience made me want to look elsewhere.
I figured I would just click on the contact us button on their front page, and low and behold "Thank you for your interest in Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels (OUPV) , taught by Capt. Ralph J Person. Please provide your contact details to receive the access information." Coincidence? Probably, right? Say it ain't so RJ! Or... say you are sorry or something. Good catch Girl, Cam, John.
Plus his website, the first page anyway, looks like crap in Firefox. Some text overlays other text, making it illegible. If that's the way the entire site looks (I didn't care enough to investigate further) it would be unusable.