Nebraska Statutes > Chapter 71 > § 71-208 - School or college of barbering; requirements for approval; course of instruction; standards set by rules and regulations
Current as of: 2010
No school or college of barbering shall be approved by the board unless (1) as a prerequisite to graduation it requires graduation from high school or its equivalent as determined by successfully passing a general educational development test, (2) as a prerequisite to graduation it requires a course of instruction of not less than two thousand one hundred hours, to be completed in a period of not less than one year, of not more than ten hours in any one working day, and (3) the school meets the standards of the Barber Act and any rules and regulations of the board. Such course of instruction shall include scientific fundamentals for barbering, hygiene, massaging, sterilization, haircutting, and shaving, except that when a school or college of barbering is a part of a high school accredited by the State Board of Education or the University of Nebraska, the Board of Barber Examiners shall provide in its rules and regulations that credit in the school of barbering shall be given for hours spent and courses pursued in the high school and that credit shall be given for courses in barbering taken in high school prior to formal enrollment in such school of barbering.
Laws 1927, c. 163, § 6, p. 429; Laws 1929, c. 154, § 5, p. 536; C.S.1929, § 71-2008; R.S.1943, § 71-208; Laws 1945, c. 166, § 1(1), p. 532; Laws 1957, c. 294, § 3, p.
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