NRS 644A.400
Electrologists: Qualifications for examination.

The Board shall admit to examination for a license as an electrologist any person who has made application to the Board in the proper form and paid the fee, and who before or on the date set for the examination:


Is not less than 18 years of age.


Is of good moral character.


Has successfully completed the 12th grade in school or its equivalent.


Has or has completed any one of the following:


A minimum training of 500 hours under the immediate supervision of an approved electrologist in an approved school in which the practice is taught.


Study of the practice for at least 1,000 hours extending over a period of 5 consecutive months, under an electrologist licensed pursuant to this chapter, in an approved program for electrologist’s apprentices.


A valid electrologist’s license issued by a state whose licensing requirements are equal to or greater than those of this State.


Either training or practice, or a combination of training and practice, in electrology outside this State for a period specified by regulations of the Board.

Source: Section 644A.400 — Electrologists: Qualifications for examination., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-644A.­html#NRS644ASec400.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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