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Electrologists Advisory Committee
Frequently Asked Questions

 

Licensing:

Complaint:

    1. How do I make a complaint against an electrologist?

 

Training and Exams:

    1. How many exams are required before approval for licensure?

 

Continuing Education:

 




Licensing:

1. How many licenses do I need to practice in New Jersey?
One for your individual license and, if you are the owner, one foryour premises.

2. How often am I required to renew my license?
Every two years upon expiration of your license. All electrology licenses have the same expiration date.

 


 

Complaint:

1. How do I make a complaint against an electrologist?
You can print out a complaint form from the Web site, fill it out, and mail it back to the Committee’s office. Upon receipt of the complaint, the investigation will begin.

 


 

Training and Exams:

1. How many exams are required before approval for licensure?
Two, one is our Jurisprudence Exam and one is the International Board of Electrologists Certification Exam.

 


 

Continuing Education:

1. How many hours of electrology coursework is required for licensure?
A total of 600 hours: 200 hours in the theory of electrology and 400 hours in the clinical practice of electrology. All courses must be given at a program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Electrology Educational Institutional Programs of the American Electrology Association, or a program deemed equivalent and acceptable by the Committee.

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