New Mexico Business and Law


We have been approved by the New Mexico Construction Industries Division to offer you the CID approved Business and Law course you have been waiting for, and you can work on it At Your Pace Online. The commission has permitted the Business and Law portion to be accomplished via an online course in lieu of an exam in a physical location.

CID Approved New Mexico Business and Law Course


Requirements to Get a NM Contractor License

  • Submit an application to the Construction Industries Division for your contractors license.
  • Pass a Business & Law exam or course
  • Pass the Trade-Specific exam
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New Mexico Business & Law Course

16 Hour Course $ 275.00

This is course can be taken in lieu of the in person Business and Law exam required by the New Mexico Construction Industries Division (CID). Simply complete this course covering laws, regulations, and business and financial management instead of taking a test.

New Mexico State Approval Letters

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New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department 

Construction Industries Division

PO Box 25101 | Santa Fe, NM 87504 | Ph (505) 222-9800 | Fax (505) 476-4685 | www.rld.state.nm.us/construction

 

November 8, 2017

 

Ryan Imel

AYPO Programs Department

At Your Pace Online LLC

 

RE: Aproval of Contractor's Business and Law Course.

 

Dear Mr. Imel,

I presented the Contractor's Business Law course submitted by At Your Pace Online, LLC to the New Mexico Construction Industries Commission (CIC) for their approval, at their scheduled September 20, 2017 meeting.

The course was approved by a unanimous vote of the Commission and is officially a CIC approved Business and Law course effective that date. This course is not a Continuing Education course but a course for initial Qualifying Party certification that may be taken in lieu of the required Business and Law examination for qualifying parties, pursuant to the Construction Division. Licesning Act Section 6-13-16 C. 

This course is not required to have a course number, and is an ongoing course that does not require renewal. Please be aware that changes to New Mexico statutes and rules regarding contractors will require changes to the course curriculum as necessary to ensure curriculum accuracy. 

 

Please feel free to contact me should you require any assistance. 

 

Sincerely,

Andy Dalmy

CID Licensing Manager

Phone: 505-476-4673 Cell: 505-670-6078

Email: andy.dalmy@state.nm.us