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Florida Frequently Asked Questions

Renew my license online with MyFloridaLicense.com

As of July 8, 2019 the Florida Board of Cosmetology along with the FLDBPR released a paper-less license system. Here are steps we have found to register a new account to renew a license online with MyFloridaLicense.com

How long does reporting to Florida Board of Cosmetology take?

Paragon CET reports your completed continuing education to BET – Bureau of Education and Testing, hourly. The BET may take 1-3 business days to process the report and post completions. Paragon CET is registered with the Florida Department of Business

New, Florida Board Renewals

The DBPR will send an email notification that the renewal period is open, at which time you can renew your license(s). This e-mail notification will sent be 90-120 days prior to the license expiration to the e-mail address on record. We encourage you

Florida Provider Number.

Paragon CET is approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation as a provider of continuing education, Provider #0004997. Paragon CET electronically submits successful course completions to the Florida Bureau of Education &

Renewal Fees and special information from Florida Board of Cosmetology

Return to Paragon CET Courses. NEW!! The DBPR will send an email notification that the renewal period is open (between July 5th through August 1st), at which time you can renew your license(s). This e-mail notification will sent be 90-120 days prior

Are you an approved Florida provider?

ParagonCET is approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation as a provider of continuing education, Provider #0004997. Return to ParagonCET.com

Florida Board of Cosmetology Continuing Education Exemption 2024 and 2025 renewals

On May 17, 2024, Governor Ron DeSantis signed SB 382 into law.  SB 382 reduces regulatory burdens on Department of Business and Professional Regulation license holders by exempting certain licensees from continuing education requirements.  Pursuant t