ASHEBORO — In an increasingly paperless world, the demand for eNotaries — notary publics who can notarize documents electronically — is growing.
Randolph Community College is offering an “eNotary Public Education” course (#81638) Saturday, Oct. 29, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in room 107 of the Continuing Education and Industrial Center. The cost is $80, which includes a textbook.
This course instructs existing notaries in newly legislated procedures required to exercise electronic notarial acts as set forth by the North Carolina Secretary of State. Students must hold a valid commission as an N.C. notary public. The course covers the N.C. Electronic Notary Act, eligibility and registration, eNotary processes, technology solutions, providers (including hands-on practice), ethics regarding eNotarizations, consequences of misconduct, security standards, best practices, and departmental recommendations.
Students must hold a valid commission as an N.C. Notary Public, and must bring their notary number, photo ID (driver’s license), and email address to take the final exam.
Call 336-633-0268 to register.