21 NCAC 19 .0203             APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL, REINSTATEMENT, OR REACTIVATION OF electrolysis LICENSE

(a)  Unless an applicant electrolysis' license expired more than 90 days prior to the filing of an Electrolysis Annual Renewal application, (available online at www.ncbee.com), each applicant for license renewal pursuant to G.S. 88A‑12 shall pay the required renewal fee, including the late renewal charge if applicable, and shall provide proof of compliance with Rule .0701(a)(1) of this Chapter.

(b)  An electrologist whose license has been expired for more than 90 days but less than five years may apply for reinstatement by submitting an Electrolysis Reinstatement application (available online at www.ncbee.com), paying the reinstatement fee, and providing proof of competence pursuant to Rule .0701(a)(4) of this Chapter.

(c)  An electrologist who has been on the inactive list for less than five years and desires to be returned to active status shall submit an Electrolysis Reactivation application (available online at www.ncbee.com), pay the reactivation fee, and provide proof of competence pursuant to Rule .0701(a)(3) of this Chapter.

(d)  Proof of compliance with Rule .0701 of this Chapter shall be provided by a copy of a certificate of course completion issued by the course provider that identifies the course and includes the date, location, and number of hours taken by the applicant. The Board may request confirmation of the number of hours from the course provider if there are questions regarding the authenticity of the documentation and shall not give credit for hours that the entity does not confirm as hours actually taken by the applicant.

(e)  Electrolysis Instructor Certification:

(1)           Renewal of Electrolysis Instructor Certification: Unless the applicant's instructor certification expired more than 90 days prior to the filing of an application for renewal, each applicant for instructor certification renewal pursuant to G.S. 88A-18 may apply for renewal by:

(A)          submitting an Electrolysis Instructor Renewal application (available online at www.ncbee.com);

(B)          paying the renewal fee; and

(C)          providing proof of current electrolysis licensure.

(2)           Reactivation of Electrolysis Instructor Certification: An instructor whose certification has been expired for more than 90 days but less than 3 years may apply for reactivation of the expired certification by:

(A)          submitting an Electrolysis Instructor Reactivation application (available online at www.ncbee.com);

(B)          paying the reactivation fee; and

(C)          providing proof of competence as described in Rule .0701(b)(1) of this Chapter.

(3)           Reinstatement of Electrolysis Instructor Certification: An instructor whose certification has been expired for three years or more may apply for reinstatement of the certification by:

(A)          taking and passing the instructor's examination;

(B)          submitting an Electrolysis Instructor Reinstatement application (available online at www.ncbee.com);

(C)          paying the reinstatement fee; and

(D)          providing proof of competence pursuant to Rule .0701(b)(2) of this Chapter.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 88A-6; 88A-12; 88A-13; 88A-18;

Eff. March 1, 1995;

Amended Eff. October 1, 2015;

Readopted Eff. September 1, 2019.