§ 7.43. Expiration and renewal of licenses.
(a) Licenses issued by the Board expire at biennial intervals. A license renewal notice is mailed to each licensee approximately 4 weeks before the license expiration date. Renewal of the license is accomplished by submission of the license renewal application and the license renewal fee prescribed in § 7.2 (relating to fees).
(b) A licensee who fails to file the biennial renewal application or pay the required biennial renewal fee by the renewal date shall have the license classified as unregistered. As long as a licensee holds an unregistered license, the licensee is not permitted to practice in this Commonwealth. A licensee who practices during a period in which the license was unregistered shall be required to pay a penalty fee of $5, as prescribed in § 7.2, for each month or part of a month that the licensee practices since the expiration of the biennial renewal and may be subject to disciplinary proceedings before the Board or criminal prosecution, or both.
(c) Within 2 years of the initial issuance of a natural hair braider license issued without examination under § 7.31(c) (relating to examination prerequisite for licensure; exceptions), the natural hair braider licensee shall provide to the Board a certified copy of a school transcript, a certified copy of a scholastic record required by § 7.119 (relating to student records), or an equivalent document certified by a licensed school of cosmetology, that demonstrates that the licensee has completed 150 hours of education from a licensed school of cosmetology as a condition of renewal of the license. The 150 hours of education must include, at a minimum:
(1) Fifty hours in scalp care.
(2) Fifty hours in hygiene.
(3) Twenty-five hours in occupational safety, the provisions of the act and this chapter.
(4) Twenty-five hours in natural hair braiding techniques, such as locking and weaving.
The provisions of this § 7.43 amended under sections 5 and 11 of the act of May 3, 1933 (P. L. 242, No. 86) (63 P. S. § § 511 and 517).
The provisions of this § 7.43 adopted September 12, 1975, effective September 13, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 2391; amended May 24, 1991, effective May 25, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 2479; amended January 9, 2009, effective January 10, 2009, 39 Pa.B. 219. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (201680).
This section cited in 49 Pa. Code § 43b.5 (relating to schedule of civil penaltiescosmetologists, manicurists, cosmeticians, shops).
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