W. Va. Code R. § 3-4-8 - Teaching Staff

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

8.1. No school may operate with less than two (2) licensed instructors. There must be one (1) instructor for every thirty (30) students. An instructor shall be in the classrooms of the school at all hours and supervise all practice student work.
8.2. No instructor in either a school of barbering or a school of cosmetology, hair styling, nail technology and aestheticsmay use any portion of the allotted time for school hours, in the performance of any public or private practice of his or her respective profession, for compensation or remuneration of any form.
8.3. In schools of barbering, there must be at least one (1) monthly illustrated or demonstrated lecture during the course of instruction. This lecture must be given by a duly licensed physician or some person who has had special training in anatomy, hygiene, bacteriology, physiology, electricity and/or other science related to the study of barbering who is not related to any member of the present teaching staff.
8.4. A demonstrator may exhibit new processes, preparations, and appliances to the student only in the presence of the licensed instructors.
8.5. Schools may give private lessons to registered barbers,hair stylists, nail technicians,aestheticians or cosmetologists who desire to gain more knowledge in any subject, or subjects, which they are already entitled to practice.


W. Va. Code R. § 3-4-8

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