No person shall engage in the practice of barbering without a certificate of registration as a registered barber, issued by the Board of Barber Examiners.
No person shall serve or attempt to serve as an apprentice under a registered barber without a certificate of registration as a registered apprentice, issued by the Board of Barber Examiners.
No person shall permit any person in his or her employ or under his or her supervision or control to practice as a barber or as an apprentice unless the latter person has a certificate of registration as a registered barber or apprentice, issued by the Board of Barber Examiners.
No person shall operate a barbershop unless it is at all times under the direct supervision and management of a registered barber who is engaged in barbering full time in the same shop.
No registered apprentice may independently practice barbering, but he or she may, as an apprentice, do any and all of the acts constituting the practice of barbering under the immediate personal supervision of a registered barber, who is engaged in barbering full time in the same shop.
Students in certified barber colleges may perform acts including the practice of barbering, but only as clinical training and only on persons who have consented thereto after they have been specifically advised in advance that the student is not a registered barber or apprentice, but only a student in training.
The examination of applicants for a license to practice a classified profession as designated under this chapter shall be conducted under the rules prescribed by the board and shall include both practical demonstrations, written and oral tests in reference to the practices for which a license is applied and such related studies or subjects for which a license is applied and such related studies or subjects as the board may determine necessary for the proper and efficient performance of such practices.
Last modified: May 3, 2021