Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 130-2-.09 - Application for Apprentice Permit

(1) Any person at least 17 years of age desiring to train as an apprentice in a cosmetology salon/shop under the direct supervision of a master cosmetologist, hair designer, esthetician, or nail technician, who holds a current Georgia license and has been licensed at least thirty-six (36) months, may make application for an apprentice permit using the form furnished by the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology.
(2) Apprentice hours are accumulated according to the actual number of credit/clock hours of performance and training in the shop or salon after being registered with the Board as an apprentice. It is the responsibility of the salon/shop owner/manager to keep an accurate record of the apprentice credit/clock hours. Credit WILL NOT be allowed for any hours received prior to issuance of the apprentice certificate of registration. Credit hours are defined in Rules 130-3-.03, 130-3-.06, 130-3-.09 and 130-3-.12.
(3) Apprentice training is required as follows:

Minimum No. of Months Minimum No. of Hours

Cosmetologist 18 months and 3,000 hours

Hair Designer 14 months and 2,650 hours

Esthetician 18 months and 2,000 hours

Nail Technician 8 months and 1,050 hours

(4) Each time the apprentice changes supervising master cosmetologist, hair designer, esthetician, nail technician, or salon/shop; a new application must be filed with the Board office. The salon/shop owner/manager must notify the Board that this apprentice is not training in the salon/shop under the master licensee and submit a notarized transcript of total hours accumulated by apprentice within thirty (30) days of termination of the apprenticeship.
(5) The apprentice permit may be held for two (2) years and renewed one (1) time only for an additional two (2) years.
(6) The salon/shop owner/manager and master level trainer/supervisor shall be required to supply each apprentice with the basic materials for the learning of cosmetology, hair design, esthetics, or nail technology as listed below. The master licensee training the apprentice shall comply with all rules adopted by the Board and shall instruct the apprentice in the importance of complying with all the laws and rules the Board.
(a) The basic equipment and materials for the cosmetology apprentice shall consist of the following:
1. station with mirror;
2. wet disinfection container which allows for complete submersion of cosmetology implements in a hospital grade disinfectant;
3. closed container for storage of disinfected implements;
4. mannequin;
5. basic combs;
6. scissors/shears and thinning shears;
7. razor with guard and disposable blades;
8. brushes;
9. rollers;
10. clips;
11. protective capes;
12. disposable neck strips, disposable or reusable gloves;
13. perm rods and end papers;
14. marcel curling iron/flat iron;
15. blow dryer;
16. consumable supplies for all hair services, such as hair shampoo, hair spray, conditioners, etc.;
17. consumable supplies for all esthetic services;
18. manicuring kit;
19. currentstandard textbook;
20. one (1) workbook;
21. a current copy of the laws and rules of the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology;
22. autoclave is an acceptable method of sterilization.
(b) The basic equipment and kit for the esthetics apprentice shall consist of the following:
1. tweezers;
2. comedone extractors;
3. cleansers;
4. liquid soap;
5. skin freshners (toners);
6. astringent;
7. moisturizers;
8. emollient creams;
9. foundation;
10. concealor;
11. blusher;
12. lipstick;
13. powder;
14. eye shadow;
15. mascara;
16. eyeliners;
17. eyebrow pencils;
18. professional pencil sharpener;
19. disposable sponges and applicators, q-tips, round cotton pads, rectangular rolled cotton and cotton balls; and disposable gloves;
20. current standard textbook
21. one (1) workbook;
22. a current copy of the laws and rules of the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology;
24. one lavatory
25. one (1) set of facial equipment per each four (4) work stations or positions to include, brushing, vacuum ionization, glass electrode or high frequency galvanic or cathodic current, decrustation machine, spray or mister, one (1) set of facial equipment per each two (2) work stations or positions to include steamer, one magnification lamp and sufficient trays for facial supplies;
26. one (1) covered container for soiled or disposable towels; also closed container for soiled linens;
27. one (1) properly lighted make up area;
28. one (1) head form;
29. wet sterilizer;
30. closed cabinet for clean linen;
31. one (1) facial chair;
32. autoclave sterilizer is an acceptable method of sterilization.
(c) The basic equipment and kit for the nail technician apprentice shall consist of the following:
1. nail station and chair with adequate light;
2. proper paraffin wax machine and paraffin wax;
3. uv gel light;
4. wet disinfection container for complete submersion of sanitized implements;
5. sealed container for storage of disinfected implements;
6. supply tray;
7. finger bowl with nail brush;
8. closed container with cotton;
9. nail implements (disinfection required);
a. steel cuticle pusher;
b. metal nail file;
c. manicure scissors;
d. cuticle nippers;
e. acrylic nippers;
f. fingernail clipper;
g. toenail clipper;
h. spatula;
i. tweezers and metal tongs;
10. nail care supplies (disposable items);
a. emery boards;
b. nail buffers;
c. orangewood sticks;
d. foot file or paddle;
e. pedicure slippers;
f. toe separators;
11. nail polish;
a. colored nail enamel;
b. base coat and top coat;
12. polish remover;
13. cuticle remover and cuticle oil;
14. hand cream;
15. mannequin hand and/or practice fingers;
16. materials for acrylic sculptured nails;
17. pedicure supplies:
a. footbath;
b. antiseptic foot spray;
c. liquid soap;
d. massage lotion;
18. current standard textbook;
19. one (1) workbook;
20. a current copy of the laws and rules of the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology;
21. autoclave is an acceptable method of sterilization;
(d) The basic equipment and kit for the hair designer apprentice shall consist of the following:
1. station with mirror;
2. wet disinfection container which allows for complete submersion of cosmetology implements in a hospital grade disinfectant;
3. closed container for storage of disinfected implements;
4. mannequin;
5. basic combs;
6. scissors/shears and thinning shears;
7. razor with guard and disposable blades;
8. brushes;
9. rollers;
10. clips;
11. protective capes;
12. disposable neck strips, disposable or reusable gloves;
13. perm rods and end papers;
14. marcel curling iron/flat iron;
15. blow dryer;
16. consumable supplies for all hair services, such as hair shampoo, hair spray, conditioners, etc.;
17. current standard textbook;
18. one (1) workbook;
19. a current copy of the laws and rules of the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology;
20. autoclave is an acceptable method of sterilization.
(7) Apprentice training shall include the curriculum required for students in the respective levels of cosmetology, hair design, esthetics, or nail technology.

Notes

Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 130-2-.09
O.C.G.A. Sections 43-1-24, 43-1-25, 43-10-2, 43-10-9, 43-10-12, 43-10-13, and 43-10-14.
Original Rule entitled "Application for Apprentice License" adopted. F. Feb. 25, 1986; eff. Mar. 17, 1986. Amended: F. Sept. 11, 1991; eff. Oct. 1, 1991. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. Jan. 12, 2001; eff. Feb. 1, 2001. Amended: F. June 19, 2002; eff. July 9, 2002. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. Sept. 8, 2006; eff. Sept. 28, 2006. Repealed: New Rule entitled "Application for Apprentice Permit" adopted. F. Mar. 29, 2007; eff. Apr. 18, 2007. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. May 6, 2014; eff. May 26, 2014.

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