Electronic Notary Public Education

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ELECTRONIC NOTARY PUBLIC EDUCATION

Course Description
E-Notary = Paperless Transactions
Must be a current North Carolina Commissioned Notary Public. Electronic notarization is the process of applying an electronic notary signature and seal onto an electronic document in a completely electronic and paperless transaction.  Although a number of technological tools are used, the process maintains the traditional safeguards of requiring the E-Notary and the signer to be in the same physical location and for the identity of the signer to be verified by the E-Notary.

You will need this required course to obtain a commission as a Electronic Notary Public in North Carolina.  This course is highly recommended to all current Notaries who wish to become an Electronic Notary.

You must present a current, unexpired state or federal photo ID. Temporary paper copies of your NC driver’s license are not accepted. A passport is acceptable identification.  All identification documents must show your current legal name.

You are required to download a digital copy of the Electronic Notary manual. It is recommended that you read the Electronic Notary Manual prior to your class date.

Please also view the Emergency Video Notarization training before class at the following link – https://youtu.be/NFU2P1pnK4s

Must attend all 3 hours to complete the course.

Day(s) Date Time Location
ONLINE
M 10/23 6p – 9p Online
M 11/20 6p – 9p Online
M 12/11 6p – 9p Online

 

Course Cost:
Tuition $83.00
Digital book included in tuition.  A provider code for the book will be supplied upon registration and payment.

Pre-Requisites

  • Must currently be a North Carolina Commissioned Notary

What to bring:

  • Current valid, unexpired Photo ID
  • Digital North Carolina Electronic Notary Manual

For more Electronic Notary specific information please visit NC Secretary of State Notary Website

 Required Hardware and Software

  • Students must use a desktop or laptop computer (preferably) or tablet to access the course. Students are discouraged from using a phone to access the course.
  • Student’s device must have an internet connection, internet browser and speakers. Students are encouraged to use the fastest internet available to them and use the most recent version of an internet browser. Recommended browsers are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, we do not recommend Safari or Edge.
  • For the end-of-course exam, students will be required to have a web camera, microphone, and speaker attached to their computer.
  • Access to a printer for E-Notary application.

Registration Options
Online (recommended)

  • Click on the following link and follow instructions as listed: CE Registration Link
  • Reminder: No password/login required. In the Search for section field, enter a single keyword (Electronic). No additional information is required.

Notes when using Online registration:
If you have an address change, name change, etc., we will need this updated information so we can contact you in case of a class change/cancellation or refund. Entering different information on the registration form will not update any existing records.  If your information has changed, please click here to provide us with a current email address and phone number if it has changed since first enrolling at Gaston College or you may call the Registration Department at 704-922-6232.

In Person Walk-in (payment is due at the time of registration)
CE Registration Department
MYERS CENTER – 2nd floor
201 Highway 321 South, Dallas, NC 28034
Monday through Thursday: 8am-5pm;  Fridays  8am-12 noon
Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday: 8 am-5 pm; Fridays CLOSED

 You cannot DROP/WITHDRAW from classes using Self-Service. If you need to drop or withdraw prior to the class start date, please contact the Registration Department at 704.922.6232 or gcregistrar@gaston.edu.

Refund Policy
If a student officially drops from a class or classes before the 10 percent date of the class(es), a 75 percent tuition refund will be given for the class(es) dropped. A 100% refund will be made if the student drops from the class prior to the class start date. No refunds will be given after the 10 percent date. If a course fails to materialize, refunds are automatically processed. (The refund policy is subject to change. Refunds of tuition will be issued in accordance with the current state and college policy.) To request a refund or transfer, please email gcregistrar@gaston.edu or call 704-922-6232.

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Keyword: Electronic
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