The school and salon shall have a written agreement to delineate responsibilities, which shall include the following at minimum:
(A) Salon licensees shall assess student capabilities before allowing them to work on customers. Salons shall provide a written assessment on forms provided by the board.
(B) All assessments of hours shall be done in increments of not more than fifty per cent of the total hours of the internship not to exceed fifty hours or at the end of the internship, whichever is less.
(C) Salons shall inform all clients of student's intern status before student provides any services on a client of the salon.
(D) Salons agree that all interns shall wear a board identification card on their outer garments when in the salon. Salons shall inform clients that interns wear a board identification card on their outer garment for purposes of identification.
(E) Salons shall not pay interns for any work performed while interning.
(F) Students shall be required to maintain a daily journal of services, jobs, tasks, etc. that the student performs during the internship. The salon should sign off or initial each page to verify the accuracy of the entries. The school shall review the journal on a regular basis for evaluation purposes.
(G) Salons shall use a sign in/out form provided by the board to track each intern's hours in association with the student journal. Salons shall ensure that each intern is at all times under the "direct and immediate supervision" as defined in paragraph (C) of rule 4713-6-01 of the Administrative Code.
(H) The school and the salon shall have a signed training agreement and a completed training plan on file.
(I) Schools shall require salons to participate in an orientation session to discuss the intern program before students shall go to the salon.
(K) The agreement shall have a non-discrimination clause.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/08/2013 and 02/28/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4713.08
Rule Amplifies: 4713.44 , 4713.28
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/01, 1/10/04