The provisions of Minnesota Statutes, section 154.07, requiring one registered instructor for every 20 students applies to classroom instruction as well as practical instruction. An applicant shall name in the application the names of all instructors and teachers. The board will not issue a temporary teacher's permit for a new school. To assure barber school students adequate uninterrupted training, a temporary teacher's permit can be issued upon approval of the board.
This subpart applies to temporary teacher's permits.
To be granted a temporary teacher's permit, a permit applicant must:
hold a current Minnesota registered barber's registration;
have practiced for at least two years as a registered barber; and
Application forms must be prepared and furnished by the board. Applications must be signed and sworn to by the applicant and contain proof of the minimum qualifications for the barber instructor examination.
The applicant shall pay the required application fee.
Permits must be annually renewed on or before December 31 of each year.
The permit must be posted in the school.
A barber school may only have a temporary teacher for each registered instructor or for each 17 students at any given time.
Persons holding a temporary teacher's permit shall immediately inform the board of any change in location of the teacher's work place.
The board will not issue a temporary teacher's permit for a new school or for expansion of a school.
A temporary teacher's permit is valid for four years from the date it is issued if continued educational courses are being pursued.
Any request for a temporary teacher's permit must be made by the applicant and verified by the school of barbering.
The Board of Barber Examiners shall keep an active list of all instructors and temporary teacher's permits.
All temporary teacher permit holders shall notify the board of any change in the permittee's work place, address, or telephone number.
To assure barber school students adequate uninterrupted training, an emergency teacher permit may be issued in an emergency if:
a sudden unexpected happening of an unforeseen occurrence or condition demanding sudden or unexpected actions, exigency, or pressing necessity occurs;
the board is notified by the school immediately after an emergency arises and is informed as to the nature of the emergency and who is being considered as the emergency teacher;
the board verifies that no registered instructor or temporary teacher is available; and
an applicant holds a current registered barber registration.
Upon the fulfillment of the conditions provided in item A, an emergency teacher's permit shall be issued without delay. The maximum duration of an emergency teacher permit is 30 days.
13 SR 1916; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; L 2013 c 85 art 5 s 49; 38 SR 878; 42 SR 548
December 6, 2017