2015 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 20 - Professional and Occupational Licensing, Certification, Title Protection and Registration. Examining Boards
Chapter 388 - Electrologists
Section 20-270 - Licenses; examinations; disciplinary action; grounds.

CT Gen Stat § 20-270 (2015) What's This?

No person shall engage in the practice of electrology, except as provided in this section, until such person has obtained a license issued by the department. No person shall receive a license, except as provided in this section, until such person has passed a written, oral and practical examination prescribed by the department with the advice and consent of the board. The examination shall be administered to applicants by the department under the supervision of the board. All applications to the department for examination shall be in writing signed by the applicant and upon blanks, furnished by the department, which shall set forth such facts concerning the applicant as the department may require. Application to the department shall be accompanied by a fee of one hundred fifty dollars. No person shall be eligible for examination under the provisions of this chapter unless the department finds, from evidence satisfactory to it, presented by the applicant, that such person has met the educational and other requirements prescribed by the board with the consent of the department. The department shall issue a license to any person who has passed such examination, which license shall include a statement that the person named therein has been examined and found qualified to practice electrology. The department may waive the written examination for a person who has passed the written examination of a nationally recognized board or agency approved by the department and the board. The department may refuse to grant a license, or the board may revoke such license or take any action set forth in section 19a-17 for the following reasons: (1) The employment of fraud or deception in applying for admittance to examination or in the act of taking an examination; (2) addiction to alcoholic liquor, narcotics or other habit-forming drugs; or (3) conviction in a court of competent jurisdiction, either within or without this state, of any crime in the practice of the person’s profession. Such person shall file with the department such certificates and a statement on blanks furnished by the department, subscribed to by the applicant, which shall set forth such person’s name, age, place of birth, residence, academic and professional training with such other information as the department requires, and such person shall thereupon receive from the department a license to practice electrology. Such license shall include a statement that the person named therein is qualified to practice electrology. Such license shall also contain a statement defining the practice of electrology. The department shall establish a passing score for examinations with the consent of the board. No license shall be issued under this section to any applicant against whom professional disciplinary action is pending or who is the subject of an unresolved complaint in this or any other state or territory.

(1951, S. 2319d; 1959, P.A. 616, S. 67; 1963, P.A. 330, S. 3; 1972, P.A. 127, S. 48; P.A. 76-113, S. 11; P.A. 77-614, S. 456, 610; P.A. 80-484, S. 124, 176; P.A. 88-362, S. 13; May Sp. Sess. P.A. 92-6, S. 34, 117; P.A. 01-109, S. 7; June Sp. Sess. P.A. 09-3, S. 232.)

History: 1959 act increased application fee from $15 to $25 and deleted provision for license fee; 1963 act provided for issuance of duplicate registration receipts; 1972 act reduced required minimum age for applicant from 21 to 18, reflecting changed age of majority; P.A. 76-113 deleted requirement that applicant be, or intends to become, a U.S. citizen; P.A. 77-614 divided responsibility for examinations between board and department and commissioner of health services, previously board had sole responsibility and deleted requirement that board file copy of educational and other requirements with department, effective January 1, 1979; P.A. 80-484 essentially transferred all powers formerly held by board to health services department, retaining board in advisory capacity, replaced certificates of approval with licenses, deleted requirements that applicants be at least eighteen and of good moral character, extended disciplinary actions to include all actions in Sec. 19-4s in addition to suspension or revocation of licenses, deleted reference to felony in practice of profession as ground for disciplinary action, deleted provision for duplicate registration and provisions re filing of applicants examined, those who failed and examination questions and answers and added provision re establishment of passing score; P.A. 88-362 authorized waiver of written examination for a person who has passed the written examination of a nationally recognized board or agency approved by the department and the board and added the provision prohibiting the issuance of a license to an applicant against whom professional disciplinary action is pending or who is the subject of an unresolved complaint in this or any other state or territory; May Sp. Sess. P.A. 92-6 raised fee from $25 to $75; P.A. 01-109 changed “hypertrichology” to “electrology” and made technical changes; June Sp. Sess. P.A. 09-3 increased fee from $75 to $150.

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