(1) "Chemical compounds formulated for professional use only" are those compounds containing hazardous chemicals in a form not generally sold to the public; including but not limited to, bulk concentrates of permanent wave solution, neutralizers, chemical relaxers, oxidizing agents, flammable substances, facial creams, or approved chemical compounds. These compounds must be designated for use on the hair, face, neck, skin, or scalp.
(2) "Monthly student report" are forms provided by the school, approved by the department, preprinted with the school name. The report must include the month, year and daily activities of the student in each subject, (i.e., number of shampoos, haircuts, perms, colors, etc.) within each course (i.e., barbering, manicuring, cosmetology, hair design, esthetics, master esthetics, or instructor-trainee).
(3) "Completed and graduated" is the completion of the school curriculum and the state approved minimum hourly course of training.
(4) "Apprentice salon/shop" is a location certified by the Washington state apprenticeship and training council, that provides training for individuals accepted into the apprenticeship program. Apprentice salon/shops shall not receive payment from the apprentice for training.
(5) "Apprentice trainer" is a person that is currently licensed and in good standing. This person provides training in a licensed shop approved for the apprenticeship program, who must have received journey level training and have held a license in the curriculum for which he or she is providing training for a minimum of three years.
(6) "Journey level training" is the completion of three years working as a licensed cosmetologist, hair designer, barber, manicurist, esthetician, or master esthetician.
(7) "Completion of the apprenticeship training" is the completion of the apprentice salon/shop curriculum that includes the state approved hourly course of training as described in WAC 308-20-080
(8) "Monthly apprentice report" forms provided by the apprentice shop, approved by the department, printed with the shop name, for use in recording apprentice training hours and activities.
(9) "Online training" means an approved electronic learning environment through a licensed school in which a student is enrolled. This training is limited to theory only. Online training may be used for up to twenty-five percent of the approved course of study.
(10) "Accreditation" is a status granted to a postsecondary school by one or more of the accrediting organizations recognized and approved by the U.S. Secretary of Education. Accreditation is voluntary and does not imply automatic transfer of credits from one postsecondary school to another.
(11) "Admission requirements" means the specific minimum criteria a school must use when accepting a student into the school.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 17-19-049, § 308-20-010, filed 9/12/17, effective 10/13/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 16-02-033, § 308-20-010, filed 12/29/15, effective 1/29/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.24.086
. WSR 10-06-092, § 308-20-010, filed 3/2/10, effective 4/2/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 08-22-029, § 308-20-010, filed 10/28/08, effective 2/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 05-17-020, § 308-20-010, filed 8/4/05, effective 9/4/05; WSR 04-05-005, § 308-20-010, filed 2/6/04, effective 3/8/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 03-14-046, § 308-20-010, filed 6/24/03, effective 7/25/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
(2). WSR 02-04-012, § 308-20-010, filed 1/24/02, effective 6/30/02. Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.16
RCW and RCW 34.05.220
. WSR 92-04-006, § 308-20-010, filed 1/23/92, effective 2/23/92. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.16.030
. WSR 91-11-042, § 308-20-010, filed 5/10/91, effective 6/10/91; WSR 88-19-047 (Order PM 772), § 308-20-010, filed 9/14/88. Statutory Authority: 1984 c 208. WSR 84-19-020 (Order PL 480), § 308-20-010, filed 9/12/84. Formerly chapters 308-16 and 308-24 WAC.]