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Online Notary Public Course

Become a Notary in California with an online, self-paced course.

  • 100% Online Course
  • Self-Paced with 24/7 Access
  • Nationally Accredited School
  • Live Support

Certain legal documents, such as divorce papers, property deeds, wills and business agreements, will require the impartial signature of a Notary Public. And that could be you. A Notary Public screens signers of important legal documents, confirming identities, document authenticity and more.

It’s an ideal way to enhance your existing career and establish an extra income stream. You can also work towards growing your client base, becoming your own boss and creating your own traveling notary public business.

Live Student Support

There is a team of employees dedicated to the success of all of our students in every Allied course. If you have any questions while taking your Online Notary Public Course, you can reach Allied’s support staff via email, phone or fax. Talk to a live person when you call during regular business hours!

Flexible Online Course

Be in charge of your studies with the flexibility and convenience of an online course. All you need is an Internet connection to study from home or any other place you choose. Learn day or night – it’s up to you!

Enroll today – benefit from all of the resources you need to successfully start your new career!


Online Notary Public Courses

Choose Your Course:

Note: Notary public training is available as both programs and individual courses as described below. 


California Notary Public and Loan Signing Specialist Package A

$76.00 Prices & Enrollment

 


California Notary Public and Loan Signing Specialist Package B

$171.95 Prices & Enrollment

*Shipped after you obtain your CA notary license


California Notary Public Course Prices & Enrollment

 

This course is divided into six modules with reading assignments taken from both the Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook and the Notary Public Handbook. Multiple-choice assessments will test your knowledge of the material presented. An online, multiple-choice final exam consisting of 30 questions will conclude your course. Upon successfully completing your education requirements, you will be qualified to sit for the state notary test.                       

Course Details

  • Notary Public Handbook (2011) by Debra Bowen, Secretary of State
  • Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook (2011) by the California Secretary of State’s Business Programs Division Notary Public & Special Filings Section
  • 6 Required Modules with Course Objectives
  • Assignments & Multiple-Choice Quizzes
  • Online Multiple Choice Final (non-proctored)

Course Overview

A notary public is a public official who performs invaluable services for the legal, business, financial, and real estate communities. There are more than 225,000 notaries public in the state of California. This course will help prepare students to pass the notary public examination by using the functions and duties of a California Notary Public Workbook and the Notary Public Handbook. The functions and duties of a California Notary Public Workbook and the Notary Public Handbook will assist students in understanding the roles, rules, and regulations regarding the notary public. This course is divided into six modules that consist of reading assignments taken from both the functions and duties of a California Notary Public Workbook and the Notary Public Handbook and multiple-choice assessments that will help test their knowledge of the material presented. With this course, students will be better prepared to take the notary public examination and will be on their way to a successful career.

Course Objectives

  1. Identify appointments and qualifications to be a notary public
  2. Recognize the notary public bond
  3. Specify which acts constitute the practice of law
  4. Identify what is contained in a notary public seal
  5. Name the types of identification
  6. Determine what is included in a notary public journal
  7. Specify what qualifies as conflict of interest
  8. Identify what is certified in a jurat
  9. Define subscribing witness
  10. Specify the requirements of the signature by mark
  11. Identify what a notary public can certify
  12. Name components of illegal advertising
  13. Recognize the rules regarding notarizing immigration documents and marriage licenses
  14. Recall the grounds for denial, revocation, or suspension of appointment and commission
  15. Identify disciplinary guidelines
  16. Distinguish among the Government Code, Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Elections Code, Commercial Code, Probate Code, and Penal Code

California Notary Public Refresher Course

Prices & Enrollment

Every four years, California notaries are required to:

  1. Complete a 3-hour re-appointment course
  2. Retake the notary exam in order to maintain Notary Public status

The California Secretary of State suggests that notaries start the reappointment process 6 months prior to the expiration of their commission.

Don’t wait. If the commission expires prior to your re-appointment application, the original 6-hour course must be retaken, along with the exam. Keep your notary public status current with Allied’s online, self-paced refresher course.

Course Details:

  • Notary Public Handbook (2012)
  • Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook
  • (2012) by the California Secretary of State’s Business Programs
  • Division Notary Public and Special Filings Section
  • Six Required Modules
  • Online, Multiple-Choice Final

Course Overview

This refresher course will help prepare re-commissioning notaries for the California notary public examination by using the Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook. The Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook will assist students in understanding the roles, rules, and regulations regarding the notary public. This course is divided into six modules that consist of reading assignments taken from the Functions and Duties of a California Notary Public Workbook and multiple-choice assessments that will help test their knowledge of the material presented. Because this is a refresher course, Notary Public Handbook is offered as a reference to use at students’ discretion. With this refresher course, students will be better prepared to take the notary public examination for re-commission and will continue on to a successful career.

Course Objectives:

  1. Identify appointments and qualifications to be a notary public
  2. Recognize the notary public bond
  3. Specify which acts constitute the practice of law
  4. Determine what is contained in a notary public seal
  5. Distinguish among the types of identification
  6. Specify what is included in a notary public journal
  7. Determine what qualifies as conflict of interest
  8. Indicate what is certified in a jurat
  9. Define subscribing witness
  10. Specify the requirements of the signature by mark
  11. Identify what a notary public can certify
  12. Name components of illegal advertising
  13. Recall the rules regarding notarizing immigration documents and marriage licenses
  14. Recognize the grounds for denial, revocation, or suspension of appointment and commission
  15. Identify disciplinary guidelines
  16. Distinguish among the Government Code, Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Elections Code, Commercial Code, Probate Code, and Penal Code

Loan Signing Specialist Designation

Ready to earn $100 to $200 on average per signing? The Loan Signing Specialist designation is an ideal complement to an existing real estate or notary career, and opens the door to more income opportunity! Why not maximize your potential?

You’ll become familiar with the specific types of documents used in real estate and loan transactions. This module teaches you the terminology used in real estate transactions and helps you identify different types of loan documents and their functions.

Designation Details

  • 100% Online Course
  • 1 Module
  • Online Final – 25 multiple-choice questions

Designation Overview

If you are already a California Notary Public, or are thinking of becoming one, you should add the Loan Signing Specialist to the other notarial services you offer.

Once you get set up, your clients—lenders, escrow agents, title companies, and mortgage notary signing agencies—will ask you to notarize various types of real estate or mortgage documents. That is why individuals who perform such services are often called Notary Signing Agents or Loan signing Specialists.

However, in order to perform adequately as a Loan Signing Specialist, you need to become familiar with the specific types of documents used in real estate and loan transactions. This module teaches you the terminology used in real estate transactions and helps you identify different types of loan documents and their function.  

Call 800-617-3513 to enroll and begin your notary public course or required re-appointment course today!

Notary Public: Providing Invaluable Services!

The role of a Notary Public is to perform services for the legal, business, financial and real estate communities. These services include certifying and witnessing the authenticity of signatures, as well as verifying who the witnesses are. To acknowledge the authenticity of signatures, a Notary Public uses a special seal or stamp. A Notary Public may also administer oaths and take affidavits.

Notary Publics are also used by state governing bodies to help prevent fraud and theft within public matters. There are currently more than 225,000 notaries public in California.

Additionally, students who take real estate or business courses can benefit from adding Notary Public to their program. This is because almost every business has a need for a notary public at one time or another, and having one on staff is convenient. With this invaluable skill, you can become the go-to person for notary services.

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