240 Clock Hours
Work ethic, an eye for color, and a passion for beauty is all you need to succeed as a Nail Technician. Our innovative Nail Technology program concentrates on the care and beautification of the nails on the hands and feet. The objective of this class is to provide comprehensive training in the field of Nail Technology and to successfully complete the State and school requirements to become eligible for registration as a Nail Specialist with the Board of Cosmetology (DBPR).
Our Nail Technology program is continuously being updated with the latest techniques in the Nail Industry.
Our curriculum includes:
- Foundation and history of Nail Technology
- Spa treatments and services
- Safety precautions
- Sanitation/sterilization procedures
- Equipment and implements used for nail care
- Nail art and nail design
- Professional development
- Acrylic techniques
- Gel sculpting techniques
- Applying nail tips
- Applying wraps
- Applying extensions
- Natural and artificial nail care
- Nail diseases and disorders
Acquire the skills you need to exercise your creativity using professional supplies and tools such as:
- Acrylic Nail Systems
- Acrylic Powder Dip Systems
- Gel Nail Systems
- Nail Drill Equipment
- Tips and Wraps
- Manicure and Pedicure Products, Implements and Equipment
- Nail Art Products and Implements
- Salon and Spa Equipment
As a future Nail Technician, you’ll be prepared to identify nail diseases and serve every client with professionalism and grace.
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NAIL TECHNOLOGY STUDENT KIT
The Bureau of labor Statistics estimates that the overall employment for Manicurists and Pedicurists is projected to grow 12 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.
As a Nail Technician, you will most likely be self-employed. This means that you will be able to have a schedule that is flexible around your needs. You will not have a set schedule, which means that you can have more control over your income.
If you choose to become a Nail Technician, you will have a multitude of opportunities for where you can showcase your talents. You can work in a salon or spa but you can also work within the following industries: Entertainment, Fashion or Hospitality.
Licensed Nail Technicians may find employment in:
- Nail Salons
- Spas and Hair Salons
- Cruise Ships
- Country Clubs
- Health and Personal Care Stores
- Mobile Nail Tech Jobs
Many work for a salon, but others choose to open and own their own nail businesses. Some Nail Technicians decide to take their education and career to the next level and develop their own product line which could be a polish line, nail care product or even develop all-new styles of manicures like the new popular gel nail trend.