Regulations – Kansas
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To be approved by the board, a permanent color technician or tattoo artist training program shall include at least 600 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed in an approved school, or 1200 hours of theory and practical experience that include 50 completed procedures, if completed under the supervision of an approved trainer. A training program directly supervised by an approved trainer shall be limited to one trainee.
https://www.kansas.gov/kboc/StatsandRegs.htm#65-1940 (69-15-2 Approved course of study)