201 KAR 14:050. Probationary license;
TO: KRS 317.450(1)(a)-(d)
AUTHORITY: KRS 317.440(1)(d), 317.450(1)(a)-(d)
FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 317.450(1)(a)-(d) requires the Board of Barbering
to issue probationary licenses before issuing a license to practice barbering.
KRS 317.440(1)(d) requires the board to promulgate administrative regulations
establishing qualifications for barber schools. This administrative regulation
establishes the process for obtaining probationary and barber licenses.
1. An applicant for a license as a probationary barber shall meet the
qualifications listed in KRS 317.450(1)(a).
2. A person holding a Kentucky cosmetology license shall be given credit for
750 hours toward a prescribed course of instruction at a school of barbering
approved in accordance with 201 KAR 14:095.
3. (1) A probationary licensee shall not apply for a barber license until the
probationary period required by KRS 317.450 has been served.
The board may, in individual cases involving medical disability, illness, or
undue hardship as determined by the board, grant an extension of the
A written request for an extension of time involving medical disability or
illness shall be submitted by an applicant and shall be accompanied by a
verifying document signed by a licensed physician.
An extension of the probationary period shall be granted by the board for a
period of time not to exceed six (6) months, upon approval of the request and
payment of the requisite fee.
If the medical disability, illness, or undue hardship upon which an extension
has been granted continues beyond the period of the extension, the applicant
shall reapply for an extension.
4. Continuous service consists of working with a probationary license in a
Kentucky licensed barber shop for an average of twenty (20) hours or more per
week for six (6) continuous months.
5. (1) The application for licensure shall include the following information:
Phone number; and
Email address; and
The barber shop's:
The application shall contain the question, "Are you in arrears or default
on a repayment obligation under any financial assistance program with the
Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority?"
The application shall be signed by the applicant. (KBB:Lic.Appren-1; 1 Ky.R. 725; eff. 5-14-1975; Am. 2 Ky.R. 123; eff.
10-8-1975; 10 Ky.R. 893; eff. 2-1-1984; 34 Ky.R. 332; 708; eff. 11-2-2007; 40
Ky.R. 1859; 2413; eff. 6-6-2014.)