Training Overview

We Go Notary offers a practical, go at your own pace approach to help you pass the State of Hawaii notary public exam with Hawaii’s first professional notary public training based in Hawaii. Our trainings focus on Hawaii notary public laws and practices which are taught to you from an actual Hawaii Notary Public. Included with the training is access to our information center where you can ask questions as you proceed through the training and for a period of 12 months after. 

Throughout the training there will be some short tests and a final test of your knowledge at the end. At minimum score of 80% is required to pass the final test.

This training will cover the in-person notary public information for the State of Hawaii. Notary training for remote online notarizations and for other states are not offered at this time.

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4-Year $1,000 Notary Bond *
1 Notary Record Journal *
Notary Seal*
Notary Certificate*
90-day Access to Notary Training
Downloadable Study Materials
Hawaii Acknowledgement Addendums
Hawaii Jurat Addendums
$15,000 E&O 4-Year Insurance
$25,000 E&O 4-Year Insurance
Notary Name Stamp
Notary Commission Number Stamp
Credible Witness Affidavit
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*Required In Hawaii. Agent for all Bonds and Errors and Omissions insurances is Monarch Insurance Services. Underwriting of all bonds and E&O insurances to be submitted through Monarch Insurance Services. Proof of commission is required for issuance of all bonds, insurance, and notary seal. Please email proof of commission to training@wegonotary.com.

Course Outline

Our training covers the topics below and provides a hands on training approach with sample and practice notarizations, and a self-graded practice test.

  • Hawaii Notary Laws
  • Notary Fee Schedule
  • Application Process
  • Errors and Omissions Insurance
  • Sample & Practices Notarizations
  • Tips to Pass the exam
  • Notary Dos & Don’ts
  • Practice Tests

Minimum Requirements

If you meet these requirements set forth in HRS 456 you can apply to become a notary public!

  • Be a minimum of 18 years of age
  • Be a United States citizen, or a national or permanent resident alien of the U.S. who diligently seeks citizenship upon becoming eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship
  • Be a current Hawaii Resident

Refunds

Since access to the training portal is given automatically we do not approve refunds.

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