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TITLE 16ECONOMIC REGULATION
PART 4TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATION
CHAPTER 82BARBERS
RULE §82.120Technical Requirements--Curricula Standards

(a) Requirement for enrollment. No person may enroll in an instructor's course in an approved barber school before receiving the appropriate license.

(b) The curriculum standards for the 750 hour barber instructor license must be completed in a course of not less than 20 weeks as follows:

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(c) The curriculum standards for the barber instructor license with one year experience consists of 500 hours to be completed in a course of not less than 13 weeks as follows:

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(d) The curriculum standards for the class A barber certificate in a private or public post-secondary barber school consists of 1,000 hours, to be completed in a course of not less than six months, as follows:

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(e) The curriculum standards for the class A barber certificate while holding a cosmetology operator license consists of 300 hours, to be completed in a course of not less than 9 weeks, as follows:

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(f) The curriculum standards for the class A barber certificate in a public secondary program for high school students consists of 1,000 hours of instruction in barber courses and 500 hours of related high school courses prescribed by the commission in a vocational barber program in a public school to be completed in a course of not less than six months, with the 1,000 hours as follows:

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(g) The curriculum standards for the manicurist license consists of 600 hours, to be completed in a course of not less than 16 weeks, as follows:

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(h) The curriculum standards for the barber technician/manicurist license consists of 900 hours, to be completed in a course of not less than 24 weeks, as follows:

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(i) The curriculum standards for the barber technician/hair weaving license consists of 600 hours to be completed in a course of not less than 16 weeks, as follows:

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(j) The curriculum standards for the barber technician license consists of 300 hours, to be completed in a course of not less than 8 weeks, as follows:

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(k) The curriculum standards for the hair weaving specialty certificate of registration consists of 300 hours as follows:

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(l) Field Trips.

  (1) Barber related field trips are permitted under the following conditions for students enrolled in the following courses and the guidelines under this subsection must be strictly followed.

  (2) A student may obtain the following field trip hours:

    (A) a maximum of 50 hours out of the 1,000 hour class A Barber course;

    (B) a maximum of 30 hours for the Manicure course;

    (C) a maximum of 20 hours for the Barber Technician course;

    (D) a maximum of 45 hours for the Barber Technician/Manicurist course;

    (E) a maximum of 30 hours for the Barber Technician/Hair Weaving course;

    (F) a maximum of 20 hours for the Hair Weaving course;

    (G) a maximum of 35 hours for the 750 hour Instructor course;

    (H) a maximum of 25 hours for the 500 hour Instructor course; and

    (I) a maximum of 15 hours for the Cosmetology Operator to Class A Barber course.

  (3) Students must be under the supervision of a licensed instructor from the school where the student is enrolled at all times during the field trip. The instructor-student ratio required in a school is required on a field trip.

  (4) Complete documentation is required, including student names, instructor names, activity, location, date, and duration of the activity.

  (5) No credit may be earned for travel.


Source Note: The provisions of this §82.120 adopted to be effective February 1, 2012, 37 TexReg 319; amended to be effective July 1, 2014, 39 TexReg 4646; amended to be effective January 1, 2016, 40 TexReg 8758; amended to be effective March 15, 2020, 45 TexReg 1688

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