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Cosmetology licenses for employment - Canada
06-14-2011, 06:36 AM
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Cosmetology licenses for employment - Canada
This information may not be complete at the time of writing.

British Columbia

To be a hair stylist in BC a diploma from an accredited school is required. It acts as your license.
The city will ask to see this license if you want to open a shop. If you dont have this license then you must prove
your employees have this license. Esthetics is the same.
A accredited school will be a member of PETIA.

Alberta

Stylists have to have a license from there apprenticeship board 780-427-8517
Estheticians are not required to have a license.

Saskatchewan

Stylists have to have a journey persons license from the apprentice and trade department.
Estheticians is recognized as a designated trade, but is not regulated.

Manitoba

Hairstylists, Estheticians and electrologists require an "Authorization to Practice" to do business is Manitoba.
The form and fees are attached to this thread.

Ontario

Hairstylists must be certified to work in Ontario. The Apprenticeship and Certification Act (1998)
regulates this trade. It states that all Hairstylists must have a valid Certificate of Qualification,
or be registered as an apprentice, before they can work in Ontario.
This certification is available through Workplace
Training Branch Apprenticeship offices of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU).
Estheticians is recognized as a designated trade, but is not regulated.

Quebec




New Brunswick

Hairstylists require to have the apprenticeship and Occupational Certification. The information and link is below:

http://app.infoaa.7700.gnb.ca/gnb/Pub/ES...tType1=ALL

Nova Scotia

Most cosmetology businesses and practitioners must be licensed and a current member of the Nova Scotia Cosmetology Association.

http://www.nscosmetology.ca/PELC/licensing/

Prince Edward Island and Labrador

The occupation (Hairstylist) requires certification in the province or territory: Prince Edward Island
More information can be found at http://www.apprenticeship.pe.ca
Estheticians is recognized as a designated trade, but is not regulated.


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