All student hours must be recorded, on a daily and a monthly basis, and accurately identify the actual attendance hours and lunch breaks.
Accrued student hours are valid for a maximum of five years. A school may establish an earlier expiration date if included in the school enrollment agreement.
The daily record of hours must list the number of hours earned by each student and the nature of training received, designating all clinical experiences; must be signed or confirmed by the instructor who provided or supervised the training; and must be signed or confirmed by the student.
The school must complete and maintain a monthly report for each student, summarizing the hours completed for that month, and signed by the school owner or designated school manager (DSM). A copy of the report must be given to the student within five days of the end of each month. Corrections of any errors must be signed by the DSM and student.
Except as provided in part 2110.0500, students must receive credit only for hours spent in training for licensed cosmetology services.
Students must not receive credit for more than ten hours of training per calendar day.
Each student must be given a morning and afternoon break and at least one-half hour for lunch, or one hour for lunch and no breaks.
13 SR 1056; L 2005 c 27 s 9; 30 SR 1248; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; 38 SR 778; 41 SR 305
September 13, 2016