Needing to renew an electrical license in the state of New Mexico? JADE Learning has you covered. We’ll guide you through the renewal process one step at a time and provide you with all of the continuing education courses that are required for renewing a New Mexico electrical license.
Renewing Your New Mexico Electrical License
Step 1: Find your license expiration date.
Electrical licenses in the state of New Mexico must be renewed every 3 years. The renewal deadline is the last day of the month of the 3-year anniversary of the original date of issue. So if your license was issued on July 10, 2016, your renewal deadline would be July 31, 2019.
If you do not know the date your license was issued, you may search for it online using the state of New Mexico’s license lookup tool.
Step 2: Complete your New Mexico electrical license continuing education.
All electricians in the state of New Mexico must complete 16 hours of continuing education every three years in order to renew their electrical license. Of those hours, 8 must be dedicated to Code Update.
The required hours are easy to satisfy with the help of JADE Learning. We offer all of the continuing education courses needed for a full renewal of your electrical license. Our courses are approved by the New Mexico Construction Industries Board and are taught by other licensed electricians and NEC code experts with decades of experience.
You’ll get to choose from a variety of online courses that can be completed on your own time from a desktop, laptop, tablet or even your smartphone. You can even start and stop as you wish and your progress will be saved so you can pick up right where you left off.
All of our courses are free to begin and you’ll only pay to have your completed hours reported to the New Mexico Construction Industries Board, which we rush report on each business day. Our course list for New Mexico electrical continuing education includes the required NEC Changes (Code Update) along with:
- Commercial and Industrial Wiring
- Commercial Blueprint Reading
- Equipment Grounding and Bonding
- Installation Checklists
- Installation Services
- Introduction to Project Management
- Introduction to Role of Foreman
- OSHA Safety for Electricians
- Overcurrent Protection
- Residential Wiring
- System Grounding and Bonding
- Growing Your Service Business with Marketing
Step 3: Mail in your renewal application.
We recommend waiting a week after completing your continuing education in order to give the state of New Mexico time to process your hours. Then, complete the appropriate electrical license renewal application and mail it to the address provided along with your renewal fee.
Let us know if you have any other questions about the electrical license renewal process in the state of New Mexico. We’ve guided more than 150,000 electricians through the license renewal process over the last 20 years and we want to help you too. Create your account to get started today.