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Secretary of State mandatory education completed and State Notary Exam offered the same day!
Seminar includes the course manual and materials for Exam preparation.
With registration the course manual is sent via your email for optional advanced study.
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CD and Manuals are delivered to your physical address.
Take the State Exam our locations or any CPS site in the state!
Certified in about 2-3 hours with Certificate.
For the career minded or those who wish a better understanding of the Office of the Notary Public.
Learn: the basics of a Loan Document Signer/Closer, the different Forms and documents
how to interact with Loan and Escrow companies, and how to build your Loan Document Signing business.
Looking for a mobile notary? Find one by Zip Code on our Need a Notary listing.
All notaries may receive one free Zip Code Listing; to sign-up go to Notary Sign-Up.
Which Notary Public Course - 3 or 6-hour do I need?
Notary Public Education
a) All persons appointed as a Notary Public on or after July 1, 2005, are required to take and satisfactorily complete a six-hour course of study approved by the Secretary of State prior to appointment as a notary public. Please note that all persons being appointed, no matter how many commission terms that person has held in the past, are required to take the initial six-hour course of study. (Government Code section 8201(a)(3) and (b))
b) Persons who hold current California notary public commissions and who have completed an approved six-hour course at least one time are required to take and satisfactorily complete an approved three-hour refresher course and pass the State Exam prior to reappointment as a notary public.
i) The three-hour refresher course must be completed and the application for reappointment must be made before the current commission expires. If the commission expires before application is made for a new commission, a person must take an approved six-hour course before being reappointed as a notary public, even if the person has at least one time satisfactorily completed an approved six-hour course. (Government Code section 8201.2)