Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-15-2 - Approved course of study

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a)
(1) To be approved by the board, a permanent color technician or tattoo artist training program shall include at least 600 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed in an approved school, or 1200 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed under the supervision of an approved trainer. A training program directly supervised by an approved trainer shall be limited to one trainee.
(2) Each program of permanent cosmetics and tattooing shall include the following percentage of hours in its theory and practical experience:

Subject Percentage of hours

Needles 7

Tattoo machines, equipment, and supplies 20

Safety, sanitation, sterilization, and blood-borne pathogens 15

Basic color theory and pigments 7

Placement of design 7

Skin: Diseases, disorders, and conditions 9

Client handling 2

Business operations and Kansas statutes and regulations pertaining to permanent cosmetics and tattooing 3

Clinical practice 30

Total hours 600 (In school)

1200 (Under a trainer)

(b)
(1) To be approved by the board, a basic body piercing technician training program shall include at least 600 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed in an approved school, or 1200 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed under the supervision of an approved trainer. In the basic body piercing training, the 50 completed procedures shall consist of at least five completed procedures for each of the following seven basic piercings in these areas:
(A) Ears;
(B) nose;
(C) tongue;
(D) nipple;
(E) eyebrow;
(F) navel; and
(G) labrets (lips or around the mouth).
(2) The following is the minimum course of study for basic body piercing:

Subject Percentage of hours

Health and safety 50

Sanitation, sterilization, and blood-borne pathogens

Skin: Diseases, disorders, and conditions

Anatomy

Universal precautions

First aid, C.P.R.

Clinical/Practical 50

Needles, equipment and supplies

Jewelry and placement

Business operations and laws

Client relations

(c)
(1) An advanced training program for body piercing shall include, in addition to the hours required for the basic body piercing, 50 completed procedures within the advanced areas.
(2) The advanced piercings shall include the following areas:
(A) Male genitals;
(B) female genitals;
(C) multiple piercings in the same area; and
(D) unusual piercings, including earl, which is surface-to-surface piercing located across the bridge of the nose, and madison, which is surface-to-surface piercing located near the clavical.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-15-2
Authorized by K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 74-2702a and implementing K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 65-1943 and 65-1949; effective Aug. 22, 1997.

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