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Nail Classes

NAIL TECHNICIAN PROGRAM

COURSE DESCRIPTION The twenty-five week course will be taught in four, three week theory rotations along with seven, three week practical/clinic rotations.  Each theory rotation is a stand alone unit of instruction with no prerequisites and the order in which the student is presented the material is determined solely by what rotation is being presented when s/he enrolls.

ORIENTATION

The first day of class, the student will complete various forms required to complete her/his matriculation into the school and review school rules, safety and sanitation, hygiene, good grooming and professional ethics.

THEORY ROTATION A will have an hour of Bacteriology and Sanitation and two hours of Anatomy and Physiology the first Tuesday, followed by an hour of Disorders of the Nail, two hours of Anatomy and Physiology, and an hour of First Aid and Safety the second Tuesday, followed by four hours of Manicuring the third Tuesday.

THEORY ROTATION B will have an hour of Bacteriology and Sanitation and two hours of Pedicuring the first Tuesday, followed by an hour of Diseases and Disorders of the Nails, two hours of polish application, and one hour on booking appointments on the second Tuesday, followed by four hours of Business Success on the third Tuesday.

THEORY ROTATION C will have an hour of ‘Bacteriology and Sanitation and two hours of Advance Nail Techniques (nail tips) the first Tuesday, followed by an hour of Diseases and Disorders of the Nails and three hours of Advance Nail Techniques (maintenance and removal of all tips and nail wraps) the second Tuesday, followed by four hours of Advanced Nail Techniques (maintenance, removal and repair of wraps and gel nails) the third Tuesday.

THEORY ROTATION D will have an hour of Bacteriology and Sanitation and two hours of Advanced Nail Techniques (acrylic nails) the first Tuesday, followed by an hour of Diseases and Disorders of the Nails and three hours of Advanced Nail Techniques (acrylic nail procedures and the use, maintenance and removal of acrylic nails–including the use of the electric file) the second Tuesday, followed by four hours of Nail Art the third Tuesday.

FRESHMAN PRACTICAL/ CLINIC ROTATION will be devoted to learning proper manicuring and pedicuring techniques and practice on model hands and fellow students on both Wednesday and Thursday the first two weeks.  The third week, the student will begin practicing on clients on Thursday.

SOPHOMORE PRACTICAL/CLINIC ROTATION will be devoted to Polish Applications the first Wednesday and Tips with Gel Overlays the second and third Wednesday.  Thursdays, the student will continue practicing those skills s/he has mastered on clients.

JUNIOR PRACTICAL/CLINIC ROTATION will have two Wednesdays devoted to Acrylic techniques and one to Acrylic fill-in procedures.  Thursdays, the student will continue practicing those skills s/he has mastered on clients.

SENIOR PRACTICAL/CLINIC ROTATION will have two Wednesdays devoted to Wraps and one devoted to advanced Polishing Techniques.  Thursdays, the student will continue practicing those skills s/he has mastered on clients.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICAL/CLINIC (5-7) ROTATIONS will provide the student an opportunity to practice the skills s/he has mastered on clients on both Wednesdays and Thursdays as well as learn and practice nail art and receive competition training.