§ 29.5.

TEMPORARY MASSAGE PRACTITIONER PERMIT; TRAINEE PERMIT FOR PRACTITIONERS NOT CERTIFIED BY THE CAMTC

a.

Upon completion and submission of an application for a massage practitioner permit for a practitioner who is not certified as a massage practitioner or therapist by the CAMTC pursuant to the California Business and Professions Code, as required in Section 29.3 of this Article, and upon payment of all fees for the permit, an applicant may request a temporary massage practitioner permit. If requested, the Director shall issue the temporary massage practitioner permit which is valid for the period during which the application is under review, but in no event for more than 60 days. The Director may revoke the permit at any time if he or she finds that the applicant has failed to meet any of the requirements of Section 1903 of this Article.

b.

The Director may adopt rules and procedures for issuing trainee permits, not to exceed three months in duration, to persons who have otherwise completed an application for a massage practitioner permit and who are currently registered in a recognized school of massage to fulfill the training requirement.

History

(Added as Sec. 1904 by Ord. 269-03, File No. 030995, App. 12/5/2003; redesignated and amended by Ord. 262-13, File No. 130400, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013)

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