WARNING:
This 4-hour HIV/AIDS course is approved ONLY for the purpose of persons who are applying for a Florida cosmetology license, nail specialty registration (Nail Tech), or a facial specialty registration (esthetician). If you are applying for a Florida license based on a license you hold from another state, if you previously held a Florida license that has since become NULL AND VOID and you are re-applying to get your license returned to you, or if you just completed your training to be a Florida cosmetologist, nail specialist, or facial specialist and you need to complete a board approved HIV/AIDS course to fulfill your application requirements this is the course that you must complete to meet the conditions of the license application for HIV/AIDS training.

4 Hour HIV/AIDS Salon Awareness Course Quiz
Florida Board of Cosmetology Approved to meet the education requirements when applying for a Florida Cosmetology license, Florida Facial Registration (Esthetician) or Nail Specialty Registration (Nail Tech).


Quiz Instructions: If you have not already printed an answer sheet you can do that now by clicking here. Read each question carefully and click on the best answer out of the possible choices, do not be concerned that a dot does not appear in the circle you selected, your selection is recorded by the computer memory. To pass this quiz you need a score of 75% or 15 correct answers out of 20. This is a pass or fail quiz, which means that we do not record a specific grade, we only record that you passed. Once you answer 15 questions correctly you can click the submit button at the bottom of the quiz page to move to the next step. You do not pay for this course until you pass the quiz. Should you not pass the quiz you are able to repeat the quiz again at no additional charge. When you are ready to take the quiz again you can restart the quiz by pressing the F5 button on your computer keyboard, the F5 button is at the top of your keyboard above your number 5. You may also restart the quiz by clicking the refresh icon on your web browser tool bar. The page will re-load and you will be able to begin the quiz again. Once you successfully pass the quiz you can pay and then you will be able to print the certificate of course completion that you need to include with your application for a Florida license that you must send to the state. If you have a problem with the assessment phase of the program please email us, or call us for assistance. We are always happy to assist. The link to return to the training material is at the bottom of this page if you need it.


1.HIV is spread from one person to another through sharing of needles, unprotected sexual contact, and blood and body fluid.
True
False

2. AIDS is a virus that causes HIV.
True
False

3. You can get the AIDS virus while donating blood or plasma.
True
False

4. How can you significantly reduce your risk of contacting HIV?
A.by having multiple sex partners
B.by being aware that HIV can be transmitted through oral sex
C.by corectly using a latex condom
D.both B & C

5. People with HIV are easy to identify.
True
False

6. A latex condom can help prevent the transfer of AIDS.
True
False

7. Anonymous HIV testing is available through health departments and is not name based.
True
False

8. The Center of Disease Control defines a person having AIDS as a person who:
A.has the HIV antibody.
B.has a T-Cell count of less than 200.
C.has a diagnosis of one or more opportunistic disease or condition associated with AIDS.
D.all of the above.

9. Tuberculoses can infect,
A.the lungs.
B.the lymph nodes.
C.the kidneys.
D.all of the above.

10. The symptoms of TB include:
A.low-grade fever, night sweats, fatigue, weight loss and a persistent cough.
B.hearing loss.
C.memory loss.
D.all the above.

11. Pediculosis is:
A.a rash that appears on part of your body.
B.an infestation of the hairy parts of the body or clothing with the eggs, larvae or adult lice.
C.hair loss.
D.all the above.

12. Ringworm is:
A.not something adults get.
B.a device for taking off a tight wedding band.
C.a skin infection caused by a fungus.
D.none of the above.

13. Syphilis is:
A.a bacterial infection transmitted by sex.
B.food poising caused by chicken.
C.a type of bladder infection.
D.none the above.

14. The first sign of syphilis is generally a sore(s) that is painless and becomes visible at the site of initial contact.
True
False

15. A female with untreated syphilis will transmit the disease to her unborn child.
True
False

16. Sharing of combs or brushes may result in the transmission of head lice.
True
False

17. Discriminating against people who are infected with HIV/AIDS violates the their human rights.
True
False

18. Tuberculosis is spread through the air.
True
False

19. People with AIDS understand why others don't want to be around.
True
False

20. There is now a vaccine to cure AIDS if it is detected early enough.
True
False



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