LONTC - Notary Public Preparatory Course (Online)
LSU Online & Continuing Education in partnership with iNotaryNow is pleased to offer the Notary Public Preparatory online course designed to help students pass the Louisiana notary public examination and attain their statewide jurisdiction notarial commissions.
Classes are administered online every week on Tuesday evenings from 6:00PM to 9:00 PM via webinars and include live instructor-student interaction, assignments, forms, valuable resources, and incredibly powerful notary preparatory exercises and tools. Sample juridical acts such as the will, testament, trust, tutorship, mortgage, promissory note, cash sale, credit sale, affidavit, powers of attorney, donation, and more will be at your fingertips.
Further, juridical act legal effect considerations will be addressed throughout the course. Classes are recorded and posted in the classroom e-portal in both video (MP4) and audio (MP3) formats. Practice tests, reviews, and quizzes are also delivered throughout the course designed to give you a clear sense of your progress and prepare you for the statewide examination in a comprehensive manner.
Instructor: Dr. Shane J. Milazzo is the founder of iNotaryNow, LLC. He earned his Louisiana statewide jurisdiction notarial commission in June of 2008. He has taught notary preparatory classes for years in both ground and on-line venues and continues to have incredible student feedback and testimonials every semester. Further, he has been hired by many to produce and notarize various legal instruments since earning his commission and he has remained aware of both current notary examination requirements and potential upcoming changes.
Requirements: Students will need to purchase an additional book for an approximate cost of $100. You must have a computer with Internet access (DSL or better is recommended), email, an Internet browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari, MS Word, and be able to download and install two free plug-ins (Adobe Reader and Java).
For more information about this course, please contact Alanna Clanton at (225) 578-6760.