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If you`ve been waiting for the perfect time to start a career in the hair salon, this is your chance to get started. Once you have met the educational requirements of the California Barber School, you can move on to the next step in the licensing process. At the end of your program, you can submit your exam application and fee to the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. ABA members are committed to meeting industry and CDC safety standards for hairdressers, hair salons, hair schools, and industrial products. The first odd year after receiving your first license, your hairdressing license must be renewed. Every two years, you must submit your renewal application with the $50 renewal fee. If your application is stamped on your form after the renewal date, your fee will increase to $75. The 400-year-old American hairdressing industry is back! COVID poses a huge challenge to barbers, hair salons, suppliers and our customers. Despite the challenges, the industry returns with renewed determination in the spirit of American resilience.

Let`s be busy! (1) The applicable law, the Law on Barber and Cosmetology, provides for the licensing and regulation of hairdressers and beauticians by the State Council of Barber and Cosmetology of the Department of Consumer Affairs. The current law until January 1, 2022 establishes the board of directors and requires that the board be composed of 9 members composed of 5 public members and 4 professional members. Under applicable law, a Health and Safety Advisory Committee will also be established to provide advice and recommendations to Council on health and safety matters, as described. This bill would bring the total number of members to 13, with 7 members of the public and 6 professional members composed as indicated. The bill would provide each member of the board of directors and committee with a per diem, as indicated. The bill would extend the provisions relating to the establishment and composition of the board until January 1, 2027. (2) The Board is required by law to conduct certain reviews and report on its findings and recommendations in accordance with the regulations by November 1, 2018. The Act provides that it does not confer any power to practise medicine or surgery. This bill would eliminate this outdated reporting requirement. The bill would prohibit the practice of the drug from being practiced or offered by a licensee under the Act without being authorized and authorized to perform that act under a licence obtained under another provision of the Act. (3) The Board is required by law to maintain a program of random and targeted inspections of facilities to ensure compliance with applicable public health and safety laws and the operation and operation of facilities. The Act prohibits the Board from reducing the number of employees assigned to various inspections related to field operations below the level funded by the annual Budget Act and as described, and would prohibit the misappropriation for other purposes of funds or years of employment allocated for such inspection and investigation purposes.

This bill would lift those prohibitions. Applicable law also requires the Commission to inspect licensed facilities as described. This bill would repeal that requirement. (4) The applicable law describes the practice of hairdresser, cosmetics, skin and nail care in cosmetics and nail care. This bill would change those descriptions and describe the practice of hairdressing. (5) The applicable law requires the Chamber to admit to the examination a licence as a beautician, hairdresser, beautician, manicure and electrician to practise cosmetics, hairdresser, skin care, nail care and electrolysis, in each case any person who has duly submitted an application to the Commission, has paid the required fees and meets certain qualifications. This bill would also require the board to allow the board to obtain a hairdresser`s licence to practise any person who has properly submitted an application to the board, paid the required fee and met certain qualifications. The bill would set a fee for the application and examination of a hairdresser.

(6) Under applicable law, the Commission is required to grant an applicant admission to carry on the activity if the applicant submits a duly completed application form and all necessary fees and proof of a current licence issued by another State. Applicable law requires that the license has been active as described in 3 of the last 5 years. This bill would remove the requirement for such an applicant to obtain a licence from the Commission. (7) Under the current Act, every person who applies to become an apprentice in a hairdressing salon must complete at least 39 hours of pre-apprenticeship training at an institution approved by the board of directors before serving the public. Instead, this bill would require these individuals to undergo training administered by the board. (8) The applicable law requires the Council to determine by order the subjects to be completed in all approved courses offered by schools approved by the Council. The existing law also provides for specific requirements for practical training and technical courses for hairdressing and cosmetics courses. This bill would repeal this requirement and instead establish curriculum-specific requirements for hairdressing, cosmetics, skin care and nail care courses.

The bill would also revise the number of practical and technical lessons required for these courses. The bill would also establish program and hour requirements for a hairdressing course established by a school. (9) The applicable law requires the board of directors to issue regulations on the examination of students or trainees, to set certain time limits for the conduct of the entrance examination and to describe the preliminary applications for the entrance examinations. The existing legislation also specifies the requirements of the review. This bill would remove the requirements for counsel described above as well as deadlines and pre-applications for admission. The bill would also overhaul the examination requirements to require a written examination that assesses competence to protect the health and safety of consumers in the services provided by licensees, and written tests to determine the applicant`s ability to practise the profession for which a licence is sought, as described. (10) Applicable law provides that hairdressing or cosmetics training established by federal or state correctional facilities in California may qualify a person trained as a result of an entrance examination as a hairdresser or beautician if the course meets the requirements of the law. The bill would extend this provision to hairdressing training courses established by federal or state correctional facilities in California. (11) The applicable law regulates the operation of mobile units, which is defined as any autonomous, autonomous and closed closed closed mobile unit that meets certain size requirements, that is authorized as an entity for the practice of a profession authorized by the Chamber and that meets other specific requirements.

This bill would amend the definition of a mobile unit to remove size requirements and would instead require a licence as a mobile unit rather than as a facility. The bill would amend the requirements for applications for a mobile unit and compliance with certain system requirements.