What does BTVi stand for?
The history of Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) dates back to 1949. The Institution has undergone several name changes and at one time was incorporated with another institution. Main line: 502-6300 Admissions: 502-6338 or 502-6397 READ MORE Video Gallery Whats New 10DecEducation State Minister Tours BTVI
What is the history of Bahamas technical and Vocational Institute?
The history of Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) dates back to 1949. The Institution has undergone several name changes and at one time was incorporated with another institution.
Can BTVi students receive body piercings and tattoos?
Bahamas National HIV/AIDS Programme Prevention Officer, Keith Kemp, recently cautioned students of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) to “be very mindful” of the places where they receive body piercings and tattoos. Read More 09NovBTVI Anonymously Receives Single Largest Donation
What are the regulations for tattooing and body piercing?
The regulation of tattooing and body piercing establishments is required to protect public health and safety. Tattooing of a Minor - Prohibits anyone from knowingly tattooing or piercing a child under the age of majority without the explicit in-person consent of the childs parent or guardian.
Can a minor get a tattoo or body piercing?
Tattooing and Body Piercing of a Minor - It is unlawful to provide tattoo or body piercing services to anyone under age 18 without the consent of the parent or guardian who is present at the time of the procedure.
Can you get a body piercing at 16 in Australia?
In Western Australia, teenagers under 18 years can get body-piercings with their parents’ permission. In Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, teenagers under 16 years need their parents’ permission for body-piercings.
How are tattoos regulated in the US?
Any municipality may regulate the practice of tattooing and body piercing by licensing tattoo artists and practitioners of body piercing, inspecting tattoo and body piercing establishments, and establishing standards for sanitation that are at least as stringent as those adopted by the Department of Health.