New! Online Notary Courses for AZ, CO, and TX - ONLY $25.00

Notaries in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas now have the option to get the notary education they need from the comfort of their own homes or offices 24/7. These courses will provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform your notarial duties according to your state's notary laws and the established standards of sound notary practices.

Arizona - New! The Arizona Online Notary Course has been updated with the most recent laws. It covers Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) Title 41, Chapter 2, Article 2, Arizona Administrative Code, Title 2, Articles 11 and 12, and the newly updated Arizona Notary Public Reference Manual (April 2015).

Colorado - New! The Colorado Online Notary Course. Approved by the Colorado Secretary of State, this course will both prepare you to pass the Colorado State Notary Exam and provide you with the skills you need to execute your duties according to the Colorado Notaries Public Act.

Texas - Our Texas Online Notary Course went live in 2014. This course has received high praise from Texas notaries. . It covers in detail notary laws found in the Texas's Gov't. Code, Administrative Code, and Civil Practice & Remedies Code.

Why choose us?

  • A savings of 75% or more compared to a live course
  • Jargon-free, plain language lessons
  • Easy step-by-step instructions and examples
  • Training on handling difficult and unique requests
  • A personalized course completion certificate
  • Free annual membership to the AAN (value $19)
  • Guaranteed satisfaction or your money back

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