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§ 950.10. Credit for Special License and Transfer of Training.

16 CA ADC § 950.10Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 16. Professional and Vocational Regulations
Division 9. Board of Barbering and Cosmetology
Article 6. Schools
16 CCR § 950.10
§ 950.10. Credit for Special License and Transfer of Training.
(a) A student transferring from one course of study to another, or a holder of a special license (e.g., manicurist or esthetician) who enrolls in a general course of study (e.g., cosmetologist), shall receive credit for total clock hours completed and credit for and a balance of the minimum hours of technical instruction and the minimum practical operations required in each applicable subject as follows:
(1) Total Clock Hours Credit.
(A) Cosmetologist course to esthetician course. A student transferring from the cosmetologist course to the esthetician course shall receive a credit of 35 percent of the total clock hours earned while enrolled in the cosmetologist course.
(B) Cosmetologist course to manicurist course. A student transferring from the cosmetologist course to the manicurist course shall receive a credit of 20 percent of the total clock hours earned while enrolled in the cosmetologist course.
(C) Esthetician course to cosmetologist course. A student transferring from the esthetician course to the cosmetologist course shall receive a credit of 65 percent of the total clock hours earned while enrolled in the esthetician course. A holder of a esthetician license enrolling in the cosmetologist course shall receive a credit of 65 percent of the total clock hours required for the esthetician course.
(D) Manicurist course to cosmetologist course. A student transferring from the manicurist course to the cosmetologist course shall receive a credit of 70 percent of the total clock hours earned while enrolled in the manicurist course. A holder of a manicurist license enrolling in the cosmetologist course shall receive a credit of 70 percent of the total clock hours required for the manicurist course.
(2) Credit and balance for the minimum hours of technical instruction and minimum practical operations required. A student transferring from one course of study to another, or a holder of a special license who enrolls in a general course of study, shall receive a credit and balance for the minimum hours of technical instruction and minimum practical operations required by subtracting the number of hours and operations earned by the student or licensee while enrolled in the prior course from the minimum hours of technical instruction and minimum practical operations required for the new course in each applicable subject. If the student has earned more hours or operations in the prior course than are required in a specific subject of the new course, then that student's balance of hours and operations required in that subject shall be zero.
(b) Credit for a special course shall not be given to a student in the cosmetologist course until completion of the number of hours of instruction and training in a school of cosmetology which, when added to the number of hours for which the student is entitled to credit for the special course, will equal the minimum number of hours required for completion of the cosmetologist course.
(c) Effective until January 1, 2009, training received as an apprentice may be credited toward a course of training in a school. The maximum amount of hours that can be transferred from an apprenticeship program to a course of training in school shall not exceed 800 hours as reasonably determined by the school to which the apprentice is transferring and shall not exceed 50% credit for each hour earned as an apprentice. After January 1, 2009, training received as an apprentice shall not be credited toward a course of training in a school.
(d) Training received in a school shall not be credited toward training in an apprenticeship program.

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Note: Authority cited: Section 7312, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Section 7367, Business and Professions Code.
History
1. Repealer and new section filed 10-18-94; operative 11-17-94 (Register 94, No. 42). For prior history, see Register 93, No. 41.
2. Amendment of subsection (c) and new subsection (d) filed 9-11-2007; operative 10-11-2007 (Register 2007, No. 37).
This database is current through 11/11/22 Register 2022, No. 45.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 16, § 950.10, 16 CA ADC § 950.10
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