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(a) A student who is enrolled in a course of manicuring must complete a curriculum that consists of at least 12 hours of instruction or training that includes the following subjects for the minimum number of hours specified:
(1) bacteria: one hour;
(2) infectious agents and infection: two hours;
(3) sanitation: three hours;
(4) harmful products and protection: two hours;
(5) anatomy and physiology: two hours;
(6) nail disorders: two hours.
(b) The curriculum set out in (a) of this section shall be taught from a board approved textbook.
(c) A licensed instructor from a school approved by the board may teach the curriculum in (a) of this section in a location outside of the licensed school upon written notification to the board.
History: Eff. 7/23/2000, Register 155; am 7/13/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 08.13.030
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