Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick
Profile of Career College/Trade School
New Brunswick is where the Barbers Association of New Brunswick Act was passed followed by the Hairdressers’ Association Act leading to all the practicing Barbers and Hairdressers becoming licensed. And then later, the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick Act was passed, as a non-profit organization with the aim to promote and improve the education and training of its members and to encourage efficient and sanitary service and facilities for the public. The new Act covered all aspects of the beauty industry. Mandatory licensing is now under this organization. The licensing of Aestheticians and Nail technicians is also governed by the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick.
When the Act was passed the Province of New Brunswick was the only province to license those practicing, barbering, hairdressing, aesthetics and nail technician uniting everyone in the industry. The Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick is regulated by Private Bill Legislation (Bill 8) The Act is the constitution of the organization. The Act stats that any person working in the cosmetology industry must hold a valid license with the CANB by paying the prescribed fee.
Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick requires that all students who are studying to be cosmetologists must apply for a license and be governed by the rules, regulations regarding duration of course, and eligibility criteria etc. All schools are required to be licensed with the Association and with the Department of Advanced Education and Labor.
Key School Links
Certified Aesthetic Instructor
Certified Mobile Aesthetician
Certified Mobile Hairstylist
Certified Nail Technician
Certified Nail Technician Instructor
Aesthetics and Esthetics
Hairstylist and Barber
Instructor and Teacher Training
- Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick