All due respect, but you need to put on the brakes here....slow down, take a breath. You don't even have your stamp yet - IMO you need to take some time to hone your notary skills before you start putting pen to paper on what may be a person's most important financial of their transaction of their life.
Further, do you have a business plan? What is your competition and can you go up against them. Where are you located? Are you, a notary public, even allowed to do loan signings in your state? And please explain, what is a "blueprint signing agent program".
So much to consider here and so many questions before asking to be Fidelity approved....or any approved for that matter. Did you know there are two levels of Fidelity approval?
Not trying to be harsh but a splash of cold water sometimes helps. We're happy to help here but I, personally, would appreciate a response to better help you be a fabulous notary and a great signing agent - because as one long-time, well respected notary put it "You need to be an outstanding notary before you become a good signing agent".