Notary Public Workshop

How to Take and Pass the New York State Notary Exam

This practical seminar prepares individuals to successfully pass the New York State official notary examination and provides a comprehensive view of the Notary Public office. Confusing laws, concepts, and procedures are explained in plain English. Examples are provided to illustrate situations that the Notary is likely to encounter.  This workshop is designed to equip you with everything you need to know to pass the Notary Public exam and become a safe and effective Notary Public.

Attendance at this seminar is a MUST for every state notary examinee to properly prepare for the duties, authority and responsibility of holding a New York State notary commission. Don't miss the unique opportunity to personally learn from Alfred Piombino, "the man who wrote the book". Courtesy author-expert access is also included via the internet for unlimited questions after the seminar.

This training is offered several times each year at both our Metro Center in Syracuse and at our Phoenix Center just off Route 481; choose the date and location that is most convenient for you! 

Dates & Locations:

  • Thursday, November 13, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm at the Metro Center
  • Wednesday, December 10, 2014, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm at the Phoenix Center

Fee:  $99.00 - Includes the reference guide/textbook, 'Notary Public Handbook:  A Guide for New York'

Register using one of the following options:

For classes at the Metro Center:

SUNY Oswego Metro Center
2 Clinton Square, Suite 115
Syracuse, NY 13202
Fax:  315.399.4107
Directions to the Metro Center in Syracuse, NY

For classes at the Phoenix Center:

SUNY Oswego Phoenix Center
70 County Route 59
Phoenix, NY 13135
Fax:  315.934.4901
Directions to the Phoenix Center in Phoenix, NY

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For more information about sessions offered at our Syracuse location please contact us by phone at 315.399.4100 or via email

For more information about sessions offered at our Phoenix location please contact us by phone at 315.934.4900 or via email

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations in order to complete this training should contact the Disability Services Office at 315.312.3358.



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