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H.B. 379

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BARBER, COSMETOLOGIST/BARBER,

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ESTHETICIAN, ELECTROLOGIST, AND

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NAIL TECHNICIAN LICENSING ACT

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AMENDMENTS

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2010 GENERAL SESSION

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STATE OF UTAH

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Chief Sponsor: Merlynn T. Newbold

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Senate Sponsor: Allen M. Christensen

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             10      LONG TITLE
             11      General Description:
             12          This bill amends definition and licensing qualification provisions of the Barber,
             13      Cosmetologist/Barber, Esthetician, Electrologist, and Nail Technician Licensing Act.
             14      Highlighted Provisions:
             15          This bill:
             16          .    modifies the definitions of the practice of basic esthetics and practice of
             17      cosmetology/barbering;
             18          .    provides for acceptance of graduation from an out-of-state recognized esthetics
             19      school or cosmetology/barbering school and practicing at least 4,000 hours as a
             20      licensed esthetician as another option for satisfying one of the requirements to
             21      become a licensed master esthetician; and
             22          .    provides for the accepted transferability of credit hours towards graduation.
             23      Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
             24          None
             25      Other Special Clauses:
             26          None
             27      Utah Code Sections Affected:


             28      AMENDS:
             29          58-11a-102, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 130
             30          58-11a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 130 and 183
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             32      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             33          Section 1. Section 58-11a-102 is amended to read:
             34           58-11a-102. Definitions.
             35          As used in this chapter:
             36          (1) "Approved barber or cosmetologist/barber apprenticeship" means an apprenticeship
             37      that meets the requirements of Subsection 58-11a-306 (1) for barbers or Subsection
             38      58-11a-306 (2) for cosmetologist/barbers and the requirements established by rule by the
             39      division in collaboration with the board in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah
             40      Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             41          (2) "Approved esthetician apprenticeship" means an apprenticeship that meets the
             42      requirements of Subsection 58-11a-306 (3) and the requirements established by rule by the
             43      division in collaboration with the board in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah
             44      Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             45          (3) "Approved master esthetician apprenticeship" means an apprenticeship that meets
             46      the requirements of Subsection 58-11a-306 (4) and the requirements established by rule by the
             47      division in collaboration with the board in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah
             48      Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             49          (4) "Approved nail technician apprenticeship" means an apprenticeship that meets the
             50      requirements of Subsection 58-11a-306 (5) and the requirements established by rule by the
             51      division in collaboration with the board in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah
             52      Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             53          (5) "Barber" means a person who is licensed under this chapter to engage in the
             54      practice of barbering.
             55          (6) "Barber instructor" means a barber who is licensed under this chapter to teach
             56      barbering at a licensed barber school or in an apprenticeship program as defined in Section
             57      58-11a-306 .
             58          (7) "Board" means the Barber, Cosmetology/Barbering, Esthetics, Electrology, and


             59      Nail Technology Licensing Board created in Section 58-11a-201 .
             60          (8) "Cosmetologist/barber" means a person who is licensed under this chapter to
             61      engage in the practice of cosmetology/barbering.
             62          (9) "Cosmetologist/barber instructor" means a cosmetologist/barber who is licensed
             63      under this chapter to teach cosmetology/barbering at a licensed cosmetology/barber school,
             64      licensed barber school, licensed nail technology school, or in an apprenticeship program as
             65      defined in Subsection 58-11a-306 (2).
             66          (10) "Direct supervision" means that the supervisor of an apprentice or the instructor of
             67      a student is immediately available for consultation, advice, instruction, and evaluation.
             68          (11) "Electrologist" means a person who is licensed under this chapter to engage in the
             69      practice of electrology.
             70          (12) "Electrologist instructor" means an electrologist who is licensed under this chapter
             71      to teach electrology at a licensed electrology school.
             72          (13) "Esthetician" means a person who is licensed under this chapter to engage in the
             73      practice of esthetics.
             74          (14) "Esthetician instructor" means a master esthetician who is licensed under this
             75      chapter to teach the practice of esthetics and the practice of master-level esthetics at a licensed
             76      esthetics school, a licensed cosmetology/barber school, or in an apprenticeship program as
             77      defined in Subsection 58-11a-306 (3).
             78          (15) "Fund" means the Barber, Cosmetologist/Barber, Esthetician, Electrologist, and
             79      Nail Technician Education and Enforcement Fund created in Section 58-11a-103 .
             80          (16) "Licensed barber or cosmetology/barber school" means a barber or
             81      cosmetology/barber school licensed under this chapter.
             82          (17) "Licensed electrology school" means an electrology school licensed under this
             83      chapter.
             84          (18) "Licensed esthetics school" means an esthetics school licensed under this chapter.
             85          (19) "Licensed nail technology school" means a nail technology school licensed under
             86      this chapter.
             87          (20) "Master esthetician" means an individual who is licensed under this chapter to
             88      engage in the practice of master-level esthetics.
             89          (21) "Nail technician" means an individual who is licensed under this chapter to engage


             90      in the practice of nail technology.
             91          (22) "Nail technician instructor" means a nail technician licensed under this chapter to
             92      teach the practice of nail technology in a licensed nail technology school, a licensed
             93      cosmetology/barber school, or in an apprenticeship program as defined in Subsection
             94      58-11a-306 (5).
             95          (23) "Practice of barbering" means:
             96          (a) cutting, clipping, or trimming the hair of the head of any person by the use of
             97      scissors, shears, clippers, or other appliances;
             98          (b) draping, shampooing, scalp treatments, basic wet styling, and blow drying; and
             99          (c) removing hair from the face or neck of a person by the use of shaving equipment.
             100          (24) "Practice of barbering instruction" means instructing barbering in a licensed
             101      barber school, licensed cosmetology/barber school, or in an apprenticeship program as defined
             102      in Subsection 58-11a-306 (1).
             103          (25) "Practice of basic esthetics" means any one of the following skin care procedures
             104      done on the head, face, neck, arms, hands, legs, feet, eyebrows, or eyelashes for cosmetic
             105      purposes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments:
             106          (a) cleansing, stimulating, manipulating, exercising, applying oils, antiseptics, clays, or
             107      masks, manual extraction, including a comodone extractor, depilatories, waxes, tweezing, the
             108      application of eyelash extensions, makeup application, natural nail manicures or pedicures, or
             109      callous removal by buffing or filing;
             110          (b) limited chemical exfoliation as defined by rule;
             111          (c) removing superfluous hair by means other than electrolysis;
             112          (d) other esthetic preparations or procedures with the use of the hands, a
             113      high-frequency or galvanic electrical apparatus, or a heat lamp for cosmetic purposes and not
             114      for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments; or
             115          (e) cosmetic laser procedures under direct supervision of a licensed health care
             116      practitioner as defined by rule, limited to the following:
             117          (i) superfluous hair removal;
             118          (ii) anti-aging resurfacing enhancements;
             119          (iii) photo rejuvenation; or
             120          (iv) tattoo removal.


             121          (26) (a) "Practice of cosmetology/barbering" means:
             122          (i) styling, arranging, dressing, curling, waving, permanent waving, cleansing,
             123      singeing, bleaching, dyeing, tinting, coloring, or similarly treating the hair of the head of a
             124      person;
             125          (ii) cutting, clipping, or trimming the hair by the use of scissors, shears, clippers, or
             126      other appliances;
             127          (iii) arching eyebrows, or tinting eyebrows or eyelashes, [or both] applying eyelash
             128      extensions, or any combination of these procedures;
             129          (iv) removing hair from the face, neck, shoulders, arms, back, torso, feet, bikini line,
             130      or legs of a person by the use of depilatories, waxing, or shaving equipment;
             131          (v) cutting, curling, styling, fitting, measuring, or forming caps for wigs or hairpieces
             132      or both on the human head; or
             133          (vi) practicing hair weaving or hair fusing or servicing previously medically implanted
             134      hair.
             135          (b) The term "practice of cosmetology/barbering" includes:
             136          (i) the practice of basic esthetics; and
             137          (ii) the practice of nail technology.
             138          (27) "Practice of cosmetology/barbering instruction" means instructing
             139      cosmetology/barbering as defined in Subsection (26) in a licensed cosmetology/barber school
             140      or in an apprenticeship program as defined in Subsection 58-11a-306 (2).
             141          (28) "Practice of electrology" means:
             142          (a) the removal of superfluous hair from the body of a person by the use of electricity,
             143      waxing, shaving, or tweezing; or
             144          (b) cosmetic laser procedures under the general supervision of a licensed health care
             145      practitioner as defined by rule, limited to superfluous hair removal.
             146          (29) "Practice of electrology instruction" means instructing electrology in a licensed
             147      electrology school.
             148          (30) "Practice of esthetics instruction" means instructing esthetics in a licensed
             149      esthetics school, a licensed cosmetology/barber school, or instructing master-level esthetics in a
             150      licensed esthetics school or in an apprenticeship program as defined in Subsections
             151      58-11a-306 (2), (3), and (4).


             152          (31) (a) "Practice of master-level esthetics" means:
             153          (i) any of the following when done for cosmetic purposes on the head, face, neck,
             154      torso, abdomen, back, arms, hands, legs, feet, eyebrows, or eyelashes and not for the treatment
             155      of medical, physical, or mental ailments:
             156          (A) body wraps as defined by rule;
             157          (B) hydrotherapy as defined by rule;
             158          (C) chemical exfoliation as defined by rule;
             159          (D) advanced pedicures as defined by rule;
             160          (E) sanding, including microdermabrasion;
             161          (F) advanced extraction;
             162          (G) other esthetic preparations or procedures with the use of:
             163          (I) the hands; or
             164          (II) a mechanical or electrical apparatus which is approved for use by division rule for
             165      beautifying or similar work performed on the body for cosmetic purposes and not for the
             166      treatment of a medical, physical, or mental ailment; or
             167          (H) cosmetic laser procedures under the general supervision of a licensed health care
             168      practitioner as defined by rule, with a physician's evaluation before the procedure, as needed,
             169      and limited to the following:
             170          (I) superfluous hair removal;
             171          (II) anti-aging resurfacing enhancements;
             172          (III) photo rejuvenation; or
             173          (IV) tattoo removal with a physician's evaluation before the tattoo removal procedure;
             174      and
             175          (ii) lymphatic massage by manual or other means as defined by rule.
             176          (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection (31)(a), a master-level esthetician
             177      may perform procedures listed in Subsection (31)(a)(i) for noncosmetic purposes if done under
             178      the supervision of a licensed health care practitioner acting within the scope of the licensed
             179      health care practitioner's license as defined by rule.
             180          (c) The term "practice of master-level esthetics" includes the practice of esthetics.
             181          (32) "Practice of nail technology" means to trim, cut, clean, manicure, shape, massage,
             182      or enhance the appearance of the hands, feet, and nails of an individual by the use of hands,


             183      mechanical, or electrical preparation, antiseptic, lotions, or creams, including the application
             184      and removal of sculptured or artificial nails.
             185          (33) "Practice of nail technology instruction" means instructing nail technology in a
             186      licensed nail technician school, licensed cosmetology/barber school, or in an apprenticeship
             187      program as defined in Subsection 58-11a-306 (5).
             188          (34) "Recognized barber school" means a barber school located in a state other than
             189      Utah, whose students, upon graduation, are recognized as having completed the educational
             190      requirements for licensure in that state.
             191          (35) "Recognized cosmetology/barber school" means a cosmetology/barber school
             192      located in a state other than Utah, whose students, upon graduation, are recognized as having
             193      completed the educational requirements for licensure in that state.
             194          (36) "Recognized electrology school" means an electrology school located in a state
             195      other than Utah, whose students, upon graduation, are recognized as having completed the
             196      educational requirements for licensure in that state.
             197          (37) "Recognized esthetics school" means an esthetics school located in a state other
             198      than Utah, whose students, upon graduation, are recognized as having completed the
             199      educational requirements for licensure in that state.
             200          (38) "Recognized nail technology school" means a nail technology school located in a
             201      state other than Utah, whose students, upon graduation, are recognized as having completed the
             202      educational requirements for licensure in that state.
             203          (39) "Salon" means a place, shop, or establishment in which cosmetology/barbering,
             204      esthetics, electrology, or nail technology is practiced.
             205          (40) "Unlawful conduct" is as defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-11a-502 .
             206          (41) "Unprofessional conduct" is as defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-11a-501 and
             207      as may be further defined by rule by the division in collaboration with the board in accordance
             208      with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             209          Section 2. Section 58-11a-302 is amended to read:
             210           58-11a-302. Qualifications for licensure.
             211          (1) Each applicant for licensure as a barber shall:
             212          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             213          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;


             214          (c) be of good moral character;
             215          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of:
             216          (i) graduation from a licensed or recognized barber school or a licensed or recognized
             217      cosmetology/barber school whose curriculum consists of a minimum of 1,000 hours of
             218      instruction or the equivalent number of credit hours over a period of not less than 25 weeks;
             219          (ii) (A) having graduated from a recognized barber school located in a state other than
             220      Utah whose curriculum consists of less than 1,000 hours of instruction or the equivalent
             221      number of credit hours; and
             222          (B) having practiced as a licensed barber for a period of not less than 2,000 hours; or
             223          (iii) having completed an approved barber apprenticeship; and
             224          (e) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             225          (2) Each applicant for licensure as a barber instructor shall:
             226          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             227          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             228          (c) provide satisfactory documentation that the applicant is currently licensed as a
             229      barber;
             230          (d) be of good moral character;
             231          (e) provide satisfactory documentation of completion of:
             232          (i) an instructor training program conducted by a licensed or recognized school as
             233      defined by rule consisting of a minimum of 500 hours or the equivalent number of credit hours;
             234      or
             235          (ii) a minimum of 2,000 hours of experience as a barber; and
             236          (f) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             237          (3) Each applicant for licensure as a barber school shall:
             238          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             239          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ; and
             240          (c) provide satisfactory documentation:
             241          (i) of appropriate registration with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code;
             242          (ii) of business licensure from the city, town, or county in which the school is located;
             243          (iii) that the applicant's physical facilities comply with the requirements established by
             244      rule; and


             245          (iv) that the applicant meets the standards for barber schools, including staff and
             246      accreditation requirements, established by rule.
             247          (4) Each applicant for licensure as a cosmetologist/barber shall:
             248          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             249          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             250          (c) be of good moral character;
             251          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of:
             252          (i) graduation from a licensed or recognized cosmetology/barber school whose
             253      curriculum consists of a minimum of 2,000 hours of instruction, with full flexibility within the
             254      2,000 hours, or the equivalent number of credit hours over a period of not less than 50 weeks;
             255          (ii) (A) having graduated from a recognized cosmetology/barber school located in a
             256      state other than Utah whose curriculum consists of less than 2,000 hours of instruction, with
             257      full flexibility within the 2,000 hours, or the equivalent number of credit hours; and
             258          (B) having practiced as a licensed cosmetologist/barber for a period of not less than
             259      4,000 hours; or
             260          (iii) having completed an approved cosmetology/barber apprenticeship; and
             261          (e) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             262          (5) Each applicant for licensure as a cosmetologist/barber instructor shall:
             263          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             264          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             265          (c) provide satisfactory documentation that the applicant is currently licensed as a
             266      cosmetologist/barber;
             267          (d) be of good moral character;
             268          (e) provide satisfactory documentation of completion of:
             269          (i) an instructor training program conducted by a licensed or recognized school as
             270      defined by rule consisting of a minimum of 1,000 hours or the equivalent number of credit
             271      hours; or
             272          (ii) a minimum of 4,000 hours of experience as a cosmetologist/barber; and
             273          (f) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             274          (6) Each applicant for licensure as a cosmetologist/barber school shall:
             275          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;


             276          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ; and
             277          (c) provide satisfactory documentation:
             278          (i) of appropriate registration with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code;
             279          (ii) of business licensure from the city, town, or county in which the school is located;
             280          (iii) that the applicant's physical facilities comply with the requirements established by
             281      rule; and
             282          (iv) that the applicant meets the standards for cosmetology schools, including staff and
             283      accreditation requirements, established by rule.
             284          (7) Each applicant for licensure as an electrologist shall:
             285          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             286          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             287          (c) be of good moral character;
             288          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of having graduated from a licensed or
             289      recognized electrology school after completing a curriculum of 600 hours of instruction or the
             290      equivalent number of credit hours; and
             291          (e) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             292          (8) Each applicant for licensure as an electrologist instructor shall:
             293          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             294          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             295          (c) provide satisfactory documentation that the applicant is currently licensed as an
             296      electrologist;
             297          (d) be of good moral character;
             298          (e) provide satisfactory documentation of completion of:
             299          (i) an instructor training program conducted by a licensed or recognized school as
             300      defined by rule consisting of a minimum of 175 hours or the equivalent number of credit hours;
             301      or
             302          (ii) a minimum of 1,000 hours of experience as an electrologist; and
             303          (f) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             304          (9) Each applicant for licensure as an electrologist school shall:
             305          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             306          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ; and


             307          (c) provide satisfactory documentation:
             308          (i) of appropriate registration with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code;
             309          (ii) of business licensure from the city, town, or county in which the school is located;
             310          (iii) that the applicant's facilities comply with the requirements established by rule; and
             311          (iv) that the applicant meets the standards for electrologist schools, including staff,
             312      curriculum, and accreditation requirements, established by rule.
             313          (10) Each applicant for licensure as an esthetician shall:
             314          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             315          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             316          (c) be of good moral character;
             317          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of one of the following:
             318          (i) graduation from a licensed or recognized esthetic school or a licensed or recognized
             319      cosmetology/barber school whose curriculum consists of not less than 15 weeks of esthetic
             320      instruction with a minimum of 600 hours or the equivalent number of credit hours;
             321          (ii) completion of an approved esthetician apprenticeship; or
             322          (iii) (A) having graduated from a recognized cosmetology/barber school located in a
             323      state other than Utah whose curriculum consists of less than 2,000 hours of instruction with full
             324      flexibility within the 2,000 hours or the equivalent number of credit hours; and
             325          (B) having practiced as a licensed cosmetologist/barber for a period of not less than
             326      4,000 hours; and
             327          (e) meet the examination requirement established by division rule.
             328          (11) Each applicant for licensure as a master esthetician shall:
             329          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             330          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             331          (c) be of good moral character; and
             332          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of one of the following:
             333          (i) (A) completion of at least 1,200 hours of training or the equivalent number of credit
             334      hours over a period of not less than 30 weeks at a licensed or recognized esthetics school; or
             335          (B) accepting up to 600 hours or credit hours towards the 1,200 hours of training or
             336      equivalent number of credit hours from an applicant who has graduated from a licensed or
             337      recognized cosmetology/barbering school whose curriculum consists of a minimum of 2,000


             338      hours of instruction with full flexibility within the 2,000 hours, or the equivalent number of
             339      credit hours; and
             340          (C) for practice of lymphatic massage, provide satisfactory documentation to show
             341      completion of 200 hours of training or equivalent number of credit hours in lymphatic massage
             342      as defined by division rule; or
             343          (ii) completion of an approved master esthetician apprenticeship; [or]
             344          (iii) accepting up to 600 hours or credit hours towards the 1,200 hours of training or
             345      equivalent number of credit hours from a recognized cosmetology/barber school located in a
             346      state other than Utah whose curriculum consists of less than 2,000 hours of instruction or the
             347      equivalent number of credit hours; [and] or
             348          (iv) (A) having graduated from a recognized esthetics school or a recognized
             349      cosmetology/barber school located in a state other than Utah whose curriculum consists of less
             350      than 1,200 hours of instruction, with full flexibility within the 1,200 hours or the equivalent
             351      number of credit hours; and
             352          (B) having practiced as a licensed esthetician for a period of not less than 4,000 hours;
             353      and
             354          (e) meet the examination requirement established by division rule.
             355          (12) Each applicant for licensure as an esthetician instructor shall:
             356          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             357          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             358          (c) provide satisfactory documentation that the applicant is currently licensed as a
             359      master esthetician;
             360          (d) be of good moral character;
             361          (e) provide satisfactory documentation of completion of:
             362          (i) an instructor training program conducted by a licensed or recognized school as
             363      defined by rule, consisting of a minimum of 300 hours or the equivalent number of credit
             364      hours; or
             365          (ii) a minimum of 1,000 hours of experience in esthetics; and
             366          (f) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             367          (13) Each applicant for licensure as an esthetics school shall:
             368          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;


             369          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ; and
             370          (c) provide satisfactory documentation:
             371          (i) of appropriate registration with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code;
             372          (ii) of business licensure from the city, town, or county in which the school is located;
             373          (iii) that the applicant's physical facilities comply with the requirements established by
             374      rule; and
             375          (iv) that the applicant meets the standards for esthetics schools, including staff,
             376      curriculum, and accreditation requirements, established by division rule made in collaboration
             377      with the board.
             378          (14) Each applicant for licensure as a nail technician shall:
             379          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             380          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             381          (c) be of good moral character; and
             382          (d) provide satisfactory documentation of:
             383          (i) graduation from a licensed or recognized nail technology school or a licensed or
             384      recognized cosmetology/barber school whose curriculum consists of not less than 300 hours or
             385      the equivalent number of credit hours of not more than eight hours a day and six days a week
             386      during the program; [or]
             387          (ii) (A) having graduated from a recognized nail technology school located in a state
             388      other than Utah whose curriculum consists of less than 300 hours of instruction or the
             389      equivalent number of credit hours; and
             390          (B) having practiced as a licensed nail technician for a period of not less than 1,000
             391      hours; or
             392          (iii) having completed an approved nail technician apprenticeship; and
             393          (e) meet the examination requirement established by division rule.
             394          (15) Each applicant for licensure as a nail technician instructor shall:
             395          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             396          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ;
             397          (c) provide satisfactory documentation that the applicant is currently licensed as a nail
             398      technician;
             399          (d) be of good moral character;


             400          (e) provide satisfactory documentation of completion of:
             401          (i) an instructor training program conducted by a licensed or recognized school as
             402      defined by rule consisting of a minimum of 150 hours or the equivalent number of credit hours;
             403      or
             404          (ii) a minimum of 600 hours of experience in nail technology; and
             405          (f) meet the examination requirement established by rule.
             406          (16) Each applicant for licensure as a nail technology school shall:
             407          (a) submit an application in a form prescribed by the division;
             408          (b) pay a fee determined by the department under Section 63J-1-504 ; and
             409          (c) provide satisfactory documentation:
             410          (i) of appropriate registration with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code;
             411          (ii) of business licensure from the city, town, or county in which the school is located;
             412          (iii) that the applicant's facilities comply with the requirements established by rule; and
             413          (iv) that the applicant meets the standards for nail technology schools, including staff,
             414      curriculum, and accreditation requirements, established by rule.
             415          (17) Each applicant for licensure under this chapter whose education in the field for
             416      which a license is sought was completed at a foreign school may satisfy the educational
             417      requirement for licensure by demonstrating, to the satisfaction of the division, the educational
             418      equivalency of the foreign school education with a licensed school under this chapter.
             419          (18) (a) A licensed or recognized school under this section may accept credit hours
             420      towards graduation for any profession listed in this section.
             421          (b) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, and
             422      consistent with this section, the division may make rules governing the acceptance of credit
             423      hours under Subsection (18)(a).




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