New Mexico Electrical Licensing
& Continuing Education Requirements

Electrical Licensing

Continuing Education

2 years (4,000 hours) experience gained while employed by a contractor licensed in the trade being applied for.

2 years (4,000 hours) experience gained while employed by a contractor licensed in the trade being applied for.

4 years (8,000) hours experience gained while employed by a contractor licensed in the trade being applied for.

4 years (8,000) hours experience gained while employed by a contractor licensed in the trade being applied for.

A New Mexico license expires three years, effective on the last day of the month in which it was issued.

New Mexico journeymen electricians must complete at least sixteen (16) hours continuing education in every three year period between respective National Electrical Code updates, of which eight (8) hours must cover Code change instructions and the other eight (8) hours may be other industry-related instruction.

For questions regarding your state’s CE requirements or licensing, please contact your state board directly.

Santa Fe: (505) 476-4700 |Albuquerque: (505) 222-9800 |Las Cruces: (575) 524-6320 | New Mexico Board Website

NEW MEXICO Continuing Education Courses

For Instructor-Led, Online Versions of these Courses, CLICK HERE.

4-Hr Grounding & Bonding 2017

(Self-Paced)                                                      $85

4-Hr Grounding & Bonding 2020

(Self-Paced)                                                      $85

8-Hr Guide to the NEC 2017

(Self-Paced)                                                    $125

8-Hr Guide to the NEC 2020

(Self-Paced)                                                    $125

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