New Mexico

Electrical Journeyman
Requirements:
• Four Years (8,000 hours): EE-98J Journeyman residential and commercial electrical EL-1J Journeyman electrical distribution systems, including transmission lines.
• Two Years (4,000): ER-1J Journeyman residential wiring. ES-1J Journeyman electrical signs and outline lighting. ES-2J Journeyman cathodic protection and lightening protection systems; ES-3J Journeyman sound, intercommunication, electrical alarm systems, and systems 50 volts and under; ES-7J Journeyman telephone communication systems and telephone interconnect systems.
Exam Given By:    PSI (800) 733-9267
Candidate Booklet:
Test NEC edition:    2008
Passing Grade:    75%
Exam:     See information booklet for details based on license type
Examination Fee:    $68.88 per exam type (see Candidate Booklet for details)
License Application:
Application Fee:    $30
Licensing Fee:    $75
Renewal:    Three years from the date of issue
Renewal Fee:    $75
Continuing Ed:     16 hours of Continuing Education every three years. 8 hours of the required training is on code change instructions and 8 hours is on other industry-related instruction.

License Reciprocity:    Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming

State Board:
Regulation and Licensing Department
Construction Industries Division
2550 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa-Fe, NM 87505
(505) 476-4700
www.rld.state.nm.us/cid/
Email: rldcid@state.nm.us

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