2005 Idaho Code - 54-808 — REGULATIONS FOR SCHOOLS

                                  TITLE  54
                    PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
                                  CHAPTER 8
                                 COSMETICIANS
    54-808.  REGULATIONS FOR SCHOOLS. Every domestic school of cosmetology
must be licensed under the provisions of this chapter and shall meet the
following standards and provisions:
    (1)  Employ and maintain at least one (1) licensed instructor for every
twenty (20) students or fraction thereof with a student instructor not
counting as a student for purposes of the student-instructor ratio;
    (2)  Possess sufficient apparatus and equipment for the proper and full
teaching of all subjects of its curriculum;
    (3)  Keep a daily attendance record for each student;
    (4)  Maintain regular class and instruction hours, establish grades, and
hold monthly examinations;
    (5)  Prescribe a school term for training in all phases of the practice of
cosmetology;
    (6)  Provide applicable curriculums embracing subjects covering the
scientific fundamentals for cosmetology, nail technology, esthetics,
electrology, instructors and haircutting as follows:
    (a)  The curriculum for cosmetology shall include hygiene, bacteriology,
    histology of the hair, skin, muscles, nails and nerves, structure of the
    head, face and neck, elementary chemistry relating to sterilization and
    antiseptics, diseases of the skin, hair, glands and nails, massaging and
    manipulating the muscles of the body, permanent waving, haircutting and
    arranging, dressing, coloring, bleaching and tinting of the hair, a study
    of electricity as applied to cosmetology, and the Idaho laws and rules
    governing the practice of cosmetology;
    (b)  The curriculum for nail technology shall include hygiene,
    bacteriology, histology of the hands and feet, skin, muscles, nails and
    nerves, structure of the hands and feet, elementary chemistry relating to
    sterilization and antiseptics, diseases of the skin, glands and nails,
    massaging and manipulating the muscles of the hands and feet, a study of
    electricity as applied to nail technology, and the Idaho laws and rules
    governing the practice of nail technology;
    (c)  The curriculum for esthetics shall include hygiene, bacteriology,
    histology of the skin, muscles and nerves, structure of the head, face and
    neck, elementary chemistry relating to sterilization and antiseptics,
    diseases of the skin, glands and nails, massaging and manipulating the
    muscles of the body, a study of electricity as applied to cosmetology, and
    the Idaho laws and rules governing the practice of esthetics;
    (d)  The curriculum for electrology shall include hygiene, bacteriology,
    histology of the hair, skin, muscles, nails and nerves, structure of the
    body, elementary chemistry relating to sterilization and antiseptics,
    diseases of the skin, hair, glands and nails, hypertrichosis, permanent
    removal of unwanted hair, a study of electricity as applied to electrology
    including the use and study of galvanic current, and the use and study of
    both automatic and manual high frequency current, and the Idaho laws and
    rules governing the practice of electrology;
    (e)  The curriculum for instructors shall include fundamentals of adult
    education, communication, preparation of lesson plans, practical and
    theoretical presentation and demonstration, use of teaching aids,
    measurement and evaluation, and the Idaho laws and rules governing
    cosmetology and electrology, in addition to teaching the acts prescribed
    in section 54-802, Idaho Code;
    (f)  The curriculum for haircutting shall include hygiene, bacteriology,
    histology of the hair, skin, muscles and nerves, structure of the head and
    neck, elementary chemistry relating to sterilization and antiseptics,
    diseases of the skin, hair and glands, massaging and manipulating of the
    muscles of the head and neck, haircutting and arranging, the study of
    electricity as applied to haircutting and Idaho laws and rules governing
    the practice of haircutting;
    (7)  Denote with clarity that the establishment is a school and that work
is done by students. Such fact shall be made clear to the patron by signs
conspicuously posted in the school and the adjoining shop, if any;
    (8)  All instructors must be licensed instructors in this state;
    (9)  Such school shall not permit any student or apprentice to receive
instruction unless licensed under the provisions of this chapter;
    (10) Every instructor shall devote his entire time during school or class
hours to that of instructing the students and shall not apply his time to that
of private or public practice;
    (11) School hours for the purpose of instruction shall be offered on not
less than a five (5) day week;
    (12) Training received in an establishment not meeting the requirements
for schools as herein set forth shall receive credit for said training as an
apprentice rather than as a student, provided said training meets the
requirements for apprentice training;
    (13) All students, including those enrolled for instructor's training,
shall be registered by the school with the board, listing the name, age, and
qualifications of the student required for such training. Forms for such
enrollment may be provided by the board and a register of such enrollments
shall be maintained by the board. Hours of instruction shall be registered
with the board as established by board rules, and a student may be permitted
to transfer the credits earned at one (1) school to another school with
permission of the board;
    (14) Training received in electrology in a school shall not be recognized
unless the school has been approved for such training by the board and the
school meets and maintains the requirements to train electrologists as
established by board rules;
    (15) Training received in esthetics shall not be recognized unless the
school has been approved for such training by the board, and the school meets
and maintains the requirements to train estheticians as established by board
rules;
    (16) Training received in nail technology shall not be recognized unless
the school has been approved for such training by the board, and the school
meets and maintains the requirements to train nail technicians as established
by board rules;
    (17) Every school approved by the board shall deliver to the board, a bond
to the state of Idaho in a form approved by the board, and renew the same
annually, in the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) executed by a
corporate surety company duly authorized to do business in this state,
conditioned that such school shall continue to give its courses of
instruction, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, until it has
completed all such courses for which students have enrolled, and conditioned
that such school shall fully comply with all promises or representations made
to enrolled students as an inducement to such students to enroll. Any student
so enrolled who may be damaged by reason of the failure of such school to
comply with such conditions, shall have a right of action in his or her own
name, on such bonds, for such damage;
    (18) Training received in haircutting shall not be recognized unless the
school has been approved for such training by the board and the school meets
and maintains the requirements to train haircutters as established by board
rules.

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