ASN's Online Six-Hour California Notary Education Course meets California’s statutory education requirement for new notaries. American Society of Notaries’ state-approved, California Six-Hour Notary Education Course provides extensive information on statutory requirements and best practices. It also covers the knowledge points that will be addressed in California’s mandatory notary exam. Immediately upon finishing the course and satisfying all information requirements, print your Proof of Completion certificate!
Your course will be available online, 24/7 for 14 days from registration date (course extensions available upon request at no additional cost). Log-in and log-out at your convenience, from any computer.
Course FEE: $55.00
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An applicant for a notary public commission must satisfactorily complete a six-hour course of study that is approved by the California Secretary of State concerning the functions and duties of a notary public. (California Government Code section 8201(a)(3).) Also, an applicant for a notary public commission who (1) holds an active notary public commission and (2) has satisfactorily completed a six-hour notary public education course approved by the California Secretary of State must satisfactorily complete a three-hour refresher course approved by the California Secretary of State prior to reappointment as a notary public. (California Government Code section 8201(b)(2).)
An individual whose commission expires before applying for a new commission must take an approved six-hour notary public education course before they can be appointed for another term as a notary public, even if the individual previously satisfactorily completed an approved six-hour course. (California Government Code section 8201(b)(2).) Notaries public who have satisfactorily completed another six-hour course within two years of applying for reappointment as a notary public have satisfied the three-hour refresher course requirement. (California Government Code section 8201(a)(3) and (b)(1).)