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CH 2110.0500-.0570 SCHOOL CURRICULA

2110.0500 CURRICULUM APPROVAL AND CONTENT.

Subpart 1.

Curriculum approval.

Cosmetology schools must have a board-approved curriculum divided into daily lesson plans. The curriculum must include theory and practical application of skills, including the instruction set forth in parts 2110.0510 to 2110.0530.

Subp. 2.

Field trips and extracurricular activities.

Schools may offer field trips and extracurricular activities related to the course curriculum for industry educational purposes when students are accompanied by instructors, for a maximum of one percent of the total training hours required for cosmetologists, estheticians, or nail technicians.

Subp. 3.

Guest presenters.

Guest presenters may be used by a school when accompanied by the regular course instructor as long as the guest presenters are limited to one percent of the total curriculum time. If the regular course instructor is not in attendance when a guest presenter is present, the limitations of part 2110.0630 apply unless the guest presenter holds a current instructor license.

Subp. 4.

Unregulated services.

No more than one percent of the total curriculum time may be dedicated to teaching unregulated services.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 154.22; 154.24; 154.45; 155A.05; 155A.23; 155A.26; 155A.27; 155A.29; 155A.30

History:

11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; L 2005 c 27 s 9; 30 SR 1248; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; 41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016

2110.0510 COSMETOLOGIST TRAINING.

A.

Cosmetologist training must consist of at least 1,550 hours of coursework and include the full nail technician course content, the full esthetician course content, and the balance in hair services.

B.

The cosmetology course must include instruction in applied science and skills in shampooing, scalp and hair conditioning, hair design and shaping, chemical hair control, hair coloring, hair styling, skin care and facials, makeup, waxing, and manicuring and nail care of 1,130 hours and instruction in related theory and sciences of 420 hours.

C.

The first 240 hours of the cosmetology course must consist of preclinical instruction in the theory of sciences of anatomy, dermatology, trichology, manicuring, and chemistry as related to cosmetology; electricity and light; infection control; safety procedures related to the practice of cosmetology; and Minnesota Statutes and rules which pertain to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology; student orientation; and elementary service skills. Elementary service skills must be limited to the observation of an instructor demonstration or student-to-student application of basic services related to cosmetology.

D.

The cosmetology course must also include planned clinical instruction and experience in the applied sciences. Each student is required to complete the following minimum number of clinical exercises in column II. Clinical exercises may be performed upon customers in the school clinic, fellow students, models, or mannequins in the classroom.

Column I
Hours
Column II
Service Exercises
(1) shampooing 50 300
(2) scalp and hair conditioning 80 150
(3) hair design shaping 150 75
(4) chemical hair control (including 6 chemical relaxing exercises) 200 60
(5) hair coloring 100 50
(6) hair styling 200 300
(7) facials, makeup, and waxes (including 60 facials, 40 makeup applications, 20 facial waxes, and 20 body waxes with one-half of all waxes being soft and one-half of all waxes being hard) 200 140
(8) manicures (including 10 applications of artificial nails, of which 3 are sculptured on the nail) 150 50
skill hours 1130
related theory and lecture 420
total 1550

E.

Documentation of the student’s completion of the required quotas in each category in item D must be sent to the board with the documentation of successful completion of the entire course of training.

F.

There must be instruction in business practices and in the Minnesota laws regulating those practices and labor relations.

History:

11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; 22 SR 594; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; L 2013 c 85 art 5 s 49; L 2015 c 77 art 2 s 87; 41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016

2110.0520 ESTHETICIAN TRAINING.

A.

Esthetician training must consist of a course of training of at least 600 hours.

B.

The first 120 hours must be preclinical instruction in the theory of sciences of anatomy, dermatology, and chemistry as related to skin care; electricity and light; infection control; safety procedures related to the practice of skin care; and Minnesota Statutes and rules which pertain to the regulation of the practice of skin care; student orientation; and elementary service skills. Elementary service skills must be limited to the observation of an instructor demonstration, or student-to-student application of basic services related to esthetics.

C.

There must be instruction in applied science and skills in the procedures of cosmetic care of the skin, applications of facials and makeup, and in waxing.

D.

There must be planned clinical instruction and experience of 200 hours in the applied sciences.

(1)

Each student must complete at least 60 facials, 40 makeup applications, and 20 face waxes and 20 body waxes with one-half of all waxes being hard waxes, and one-half of all waxes being soft waxes.

(2)

Documentation of the student’s completion of the required facials, makeup applications, and waxing applications must be sent to the board with the documentation of successful completion of the entire course of training.

E.

There must be instruction in business practices and in the Minnesota laws regulating those practices and labor relations.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 45.023; 154.45; 154.47; 154.48; 155A.05; 155A.23; 155A.26; 155A.27; 155A.29; 155A.30

History:

11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; L 2015 c 77 art 2 s 87; 41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016

2110.0530 NAIL TECHNICIAN TRAINING.

A.

Nail technician training consists of a course of training of at least 350 hours.

B.

The first 50 hours must be preclinical instruction in the theory of sciences of anatomy, dermatology, and chemistry as related to manicuring; electricity and lights; infection control; safety procedures related to the practice of manicuring; and Minnesota Statutes and rules which pertain to the practice of manicuring; and elementary service skills. Elementary service skills must be limited to the observation of an instructor demonstration, or student-to-student application of basic services related to nail services.

C.

There must be instruction on applied science and skills in the cleaning, conditioning, shaping, reinforcing, coloring, and enhancing of nails and in the application and repair of artificial nails.

D.

There must be planned clinical instruction and experience of 150 hours in applied sciences and skills.

(1)

Each student is required to complete at least 50 manicures, including at least ten applications of artificial nails, of which three are sculptured applications on the nail.

(2)

The documentation of the student’s completion of the required manicures must be sent to the board with documentation of successful completion of the course of training.

E.

There must be instruction in business practices and in the Minnesota laws regulating those practices and labor relations.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 45.023; 154.45; 155A.05; 155A.23; 155A.26; 155A.27; 155A.29; 155A.30

History:

11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; L 2013 c 85 art 5 s 49; L 2015 c 77 art 2 s 87; 41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016

2110.0545 SKILLS COURSES.

A.

A board-approved cosmetologist skills course, esthetician skills course, and nail technician skills course must be offered in person.

B.

Each skills course must begin with an initial board-approved skills test. The provider must use board-approved scoring of the skills test, and a board skills test form.

(1)

Attendees who pass the skills test have completed the skills course. The provider must issue a signed and dated skills course certificate to the attendee.

(2)

Attendees who do not pass the initial skills test must complete the provider’s skills course curriculum for each skills test area not passed. The attendee has completed the skills course when the attendee passes the skills test.

C.

Cosmetologists must attend a cosmetologist skills course taught by a cosmetology instructor, estheticians must attend an esthetician skills course taught by an esthetician or cosmetology instructor, and nail technicians must attend a skills course taught by a nail technician or cosmetology instructor.

D.

Board approval is not required for a licensed cosmetology school to offer skills courses, but the cosmetology school may notify the board if offering the course. Providers who are not cosmetology schools must meet the requirements of part 2105.0187.

E.

A provider of a skills course must provide attendees who have successfully completed the course with a skills course certificate showing successful completion of the skills test, and must retain records of attendees for five years from the date of the skill certificate.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 155A.23; 155A.26; 155A.27; 155A.29; 155A.30

History:

41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016

2110.0550 CREDIT TOWARD ANOTHER LICENSE.

A licensed esthetician or nail technician who completed licensure training within the last five years may receive the following credit for that training toward another license:

A.

esthetician training = 550 hours credit toward cosmetologist license;

B.

nail technician training = 300 hours credit toward a cosmetologist license;

C.

nail technician training = 200 hours credit toward an esthetician license;

D.

esthetician training = 100 hours credit toward a nail technician license.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 154.45; 155A.05; 155A.23; 155A.26; 155A.27; 155A.29; 155A.30

History:

11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; L 2013 c 85 art 5 s 49; 41 SR 305

Published Electronically:

September 13, 2016