Notary Course Schedule listed below.
Notary Public Courses
This is a required class if you want to obtain a North Carolina commission as a notary public. Each class provides a thorough introduction to the statutes that regulate the acts of North Carolina notaries.
1. Requirements for Notary Initial Appointment and Reappointment (Opens in new window)
for both in person and virtual classes
2. Notary Public – Virtual Class Requirements (Opens in new window)
You must meet these requirements to take the virtual Notary Class
Notary Public Course cost = $75 + Book (Book is not included in cost & must be puchased separately)
*You can purchase the NC Notary Public Manual 2016 through Mitchell’s bookstore (online or in person), the Notary Public Division of the NC Secretary of State’s website, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. Please note: A counterfeit Notary Manual is being sold online. The correct manual has ISBN # 978-1-56011-851-0.
**Contact NC Secretary of State Notary Public Division at https://www.sosnc.gov/divisions/notary/become_a_notary for more information or see the back of the initial appointment application.
For course information please call or email Cabana Pierce (704) 878-4273 firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for the course follow this link: How to register for this course (opens in new window)
**Paralegal course requires a prerequisite of an Associate Degree or higher.**
**Copy of Transcript is required for registration.**
Successful completion prepares one to sit for the certification exam.
Paralegal Technology Certificate (Continuing Education) The Paralegal Technology Certificate prepares you to perform legal tasks and assist lawyers with many types of legal work. A paralegal does not practice law, give legal advice, or represent clients in a court of law but they can assist with any type of legal work that a lawyer does.
The Paralegal Technology Certificate program’s primary goal is to provide you with the legal knowledge and practical skills necessary to become a competent, ethical professional. Paralegals play an important role in allowing lawyers to provide high-quality, reasonably priced legal services. As a result, it is a fast-growing field. Paralegals, sometimes also called legal assistants, work in law firms, government agencies, business organizations, and anywhere else that a lawyer might work.
The Continuing Education program requires students to have an Associate degree or higher to qualify to take the 300 hour course. Once complete, they are prepared to sit for the NC Paralegal Bar exam.
For more information call (704) 978-5446