The Board's statutes explain the procedures for instructor licenses.
Refer to the following:
A.R.S. § 32-531 Instructor; applications; qualifications
A person is entitled to receive a license to teach cosmetology, aesthetics, or nail technology in a school if the person does all of the following:
1. Submits to the board an application for an instructor license on a form prescribed by the board.
(a) Holds a diploma from a high school or its equivalent as prescribed by the board in its rules and submits to the board satisfactory evidence that the person is at least sixteen years of age.
(b) Submits to the Board satisfactory evidence that the person is at least eighteen years of age.
3. Is a licensed cosmetologist, aesthetician, nail technician or hairstylist, is applying for an instructor license to teach a subject in which the person is licensed and has practiced for at least one year in the profession for which the person is applying for an instructor license and has received the following hours of instructor training:
(a) For a cosmetologist instructor, three hundred and fifty hours.
(b) For an aesthetics instructor, three hundred and fifty hours.
(c) For a nail technician instructor, three hundred and fifty hours.
(d) For a hairstylist instructor, three hundred and fifty hours.
4. Passes the examination for an instructor license.
5. Pays the prescribed fees.