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New Mexico Electrical Engineer Continuing Education Courses

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New Mexico Electrical Engineers
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Course Name Course
Number*
Credit
Hours
Credit
Type**
Course
Price
Approval Period

13 online courses are currently available.

2014 NEC Changes Part 1N/A 8.0 NEC $85.00 N/A
2014 NEC Changes Part 2N/A 8.0 NEC $85.00 N/A
2017 NEC ChangesN/A 15.0 NEC $149.00 N/A
Code Calculations (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
Commercial & Industrial Wiring (2014 NEC)N/A 8.0 NEC $85.00 N/A
Conductor Ampacity and Calculations (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
Electrical Safety Now (NFPA 70E 2012)N/A 4.0 Safety $50.00 N/A
Equipment Grounding & Bonding (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
Installing Services (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
Lockout / Tagout (NFPA 70E: 2012)N/A 4.0 Safety $50.00 N/A
Overcurrent Protection (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
Residential Wiring (2014 NEC)N/A 8.0 NEC $85.00 N/A
System Grounding & Bonding (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 NEC $50.00 N/A
* some states do not assign course ID numbers
** some states do not specify the type of credit
Expiration dates marked in red indicate less than 1 month to complete course.


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New Mexico Electrical Engineer License Renewal Information
(Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Please check with your state board.)
New Mexico Electrical Engineer License Renewal Requirements: 30 professional development hours every 2 years (at least 4 hours must be on ethics).
New Mexico Electrical Engineer Board Contact Information: New Mexico Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers & Professional Surveyors
2550 Cerrillos Rd.
2nd Floor
Santa Fe, NM
87505
Phone: (505)476-4565
Fax: (505)476-4802
E-mail: eva.baca@state.nm.us
New Mexico Electrical Engineer License Renewal Deadlines: December 31st (odd numbered licenses expire in odd numbered years; even numbered licenses expire in even numbered years).
New Mexico Electrical Engineer Board Website Link: New Mexico Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers & Professional Surveyors
Check Your License Status/CE Credit: Located on the Board Website
How do I renew my license? Step 1. Complete your professional development hours. Step 2. Renew your license online at: NM Board Website
What if I don't renew my license? "Should the licensee apply to renew an expired license after the March 1 deadline has elapsed, the licensee shall submit a formal application and fee as provided in Section 61-23-17 NMSA 1978. The board, in considering the reapplication, need not question the applicant’s qualifications for licensure unless the qualifications have changed since the license expired."
Why should I renew my license? "The board may investigate and initiate a hearing on a complaint against a person who does not have a license, who is not exempt from the Engineering and Surveying Practice Act [61-23-1 NMSA 1978] and who acts in the capacity of a professional engineer within the meaning of the Engineering and Surveying Practice Act. A valid license is required for a person to act as a professional engineer or to solicit or propose to perform work involving the practice of engineering."
What happens if I'm late to renew my license? "Every license shall automatically expire if not renewed on or before December 31 of the applicable biennial period. A delinquent licensee may renew a license by the payment of twice the biennial renewal fee at any time before March 1, but the delinquent licensee shall not practice during this period."
Link to NM state statues: Located on the Board Website
Link to license renewal form: New Mexico Electrical Engineer License Renewal Form
Link to NM Accepted CE courses: Located on the Board Website

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