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 May 2017


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Domestic Violence Training for IL Hairstylists

Starting in 2017 the state of Illinois will require hairstylists to take domestic abuse training.

Hairstylists will be required to complete a one hour training requirement in domestic abuse and sexual assault awareness on the initial renewal of their cosmetology license and one hour of such training in continuing education.

Cosmetologist are required to complete no less than 14 hours of continuing education [14 for teachers or clinics] within a two year period.

Estheticians are required to complete not less than 10 hours and not less than 20 hours of continuing education for esthetics teachers, within 2 years.

Nail Technician are required to complete not less than 10 hours of continuing education and 20 hours of continuing

education for a nail technology teacher, within 2 years.

Hair Braiders are required to complete 10 hours of continuing education and 20 hours of continuing education for a hair braiding teacher.

The one-hour domestic violence and sexual assault awareness continuing education course must be provided by a continuing education provider approved by the state.

Waivers may be granted from this training requirement if one of the following conditions exists: 


- You resides in a locality where it is demonstrated that the absence of opportunities for such education would interfere with the ability to provide service to the public;


- complying with the continuing education requirements would cause a substantial financial hardship;


- serving in the United States Armed Forces; or


-  is incapacitated due to illness.


Public Act 099-0766

By Bill Williams














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