ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
REGULATION OF TRADE
REGULATION OF TRADE AND CERTAIN ENTERPRISES
Private trade school defined; courses of instruction
[ Text of section effective until August 1, 2012. Repealed by 2012, 106, Sec. 4. See 2012, 106, Sec. 9.]
Section 21A. The term "private trade school'' shall, in sections twenty-one A to twenty-one G, inclusive, mean a school maintained, or classes conducted, for the purpose of teaching any trade or industrial occupation for profit or for a tuition charge but shall not include a private business school, school or college regularly chartered and authorized by the laws of the commonwealth to grant degrees, an endowed school which offers approved courses without profit, or a school exclusively engaged in training physically handicapped persons or a school conducted by any person for the education and training of his own employees.
In the licensing of new schools or the acceptance of new courses, the requirements with respect to courses of instruction in the apprenticeable skilled trades shall be determined by the board of education with the advice of the department of labor career services.