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61G5-31.005 Hair Braiding, Hair Wrapping, and Body Wrapping Term of Registration, Registration Renewal.

(1) All hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping registrations shall be valid for a period of two years or until the end of the biennial licensure renewal cycle in which they are first issued, whichever occurs first. The biennial licensure renewal cycle for all hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping registrations shall coincide with the biennial licensure renewal cycle used for the renewal of cosmetology licenses and specialty registrations.
(2) At the time of registration renewal, all hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping registrants shall pay all applicable renewal fees and charges as provided in Chapter 61G5-24, F.A.C. Prior to the expiration of their hair braider, hair wrapper, or body wrapper registration, all hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping registrants shall complete a Board approved HIV/AIDS training course as provided in Section 455.2228, F.S. All HIV/AIDS training courses shall comply with the requirements as set forth in Rule 61G5-18.011, F.A.C. Specific Authority 455.203(1), 455.2228, 477.016 FS. Law Implemented 455.203(1), 455.2228, 477.029 FS. History–New 11-25-98, Amended 9-6-00.


IMPORTANT NEWS...

DBPR Announces Important License Renewal Information for Hair Braiders, Hair Wrappers and Body Wrappers

August 2, 2007

Tallahassee – The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) today announced that hair braiders, hair wrappers and body wrapper licensees who have not completed all of their required continuing education hours will not be able to renew their registrations.  This is part of the Department’s ongoing effort to increase continuing education compliance and awareness.

“It is important that these cosmetology professionals complete their continuing education requirements in a timely manner,” Secretary Holly Benson said.  “We are working to ensure that all effected registrants are aware of the requirements so they can keep their registrations current and continue to contribute to Florida’s economy.”

Registrants may view education requirements and compliance information at www.MyFlorida.com/dbpr and may view their continuing education credits by visiting www.MyFloridaLicense.com.  Prior to completing a course, registrants should verify that the education provider’s status and courses are current and active.  A list of providers is available at: www.MyFlorida.com/dbpr, click on Professions and Professional Boards > Cosmetology, and then scroll down to the bottom of the page.

The Department of Business and Professional Regulation licenses and regulates nearly 1,000,000 of Florida’s businesses and professionals.