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- Licensing Office of Professional Licensure and Certification (OPLC) Link:
- Oversight/Rules Link: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/Rules/State_Agencies/plc400.html
- Other considerations:
- Plc 401.06 Apprenticeship.
- An apprenticeship for an initial body art practitioner license in a single body art classification shall include:
- A minimum of 1500 hours of training per year under the supervision of a qualified supervising licensee;
- Completion of the training in a period of time no less than 12 months; and
- The instruction and demonstration of all tasks by the supervising licensee prior to the apprentice performing the task including:
- Setting up, breaking down, and maintaining workstations and equipment;
- All tasks performed on clients; and
- Sterilization of reusable equipment and proper use of the autoclave.