MANICURING 600 clock hour program
Financial Aid available to those who qualify.
The program is instructionally based on the Milady Art and Science of Nail Technology
and the state required curriculum. Students will receive an education in the fundamental principles, concepts and procedures of manicures, pedicures and nail enhancements.
The education will prepare students to have marketable salon experiences and students will receive the necessary knowledge and practical skills to successfully pass the California state board examination.
Job possibilities include but are not limited to working in a salon or spa providing manicures, pedicures and nail enhancements. You could become a nail salon owner or work on a cruise ship. Education and sales position opportunities are available with nail product manufacturers.
The primary purpose of Manicuring is to train students in both theory and practical experiences that will prepare them for immediate employment opportunities. You
will learn to give regular, spa and French manicures and pedicures. Classes include
technical and practical techniques for giving acrylic, glitter and gel nails and
instruction for using an electric file. Our courses are particularly directed toward
developing student’s desirable habits and attitudes with respect to health, sanitation,
safety and guest satisfaction. Salon business classes are presented to gain knowledge
of precision techniques and technical skills to perform a mastering level of competency.
PROGRAM NAME & LENGTH:
|Program Name||Manicuring / Nail Care|
|Length in Months||4|
|Tution & Fees||$ 6,300.00|
|E-Books, Supplies, Kit, Enrollment Fee, Tablet, Bloom.com,||$ 1,184.20|
|Total Program Cost||$ 7,484.20|
|Institution offers housing||No on-campus housing|
Entry level job opportunities are available for our Manicuring students when training is completed and the graduate becomes a licensed Manicurist. Graduates become employed in salons, day spas, chain salons, retail stores, beauty schools, beauty product educators and sales consultants.
Examples:MANICURIST (a specialized course of Cosmetology)
SOC Code 39-5092.00
Please review the O*Net website for additional information regarding Manicuring Occupations at www.onetonline.org
1. Basic knowledge of Nails, Hands, and Feet.
1. Manicurist in Salon using licensed skills
2. Owner of shop/management.
3. Merchandising Field – Sales, Buyer, Seller, etc
4. Scientific Field – Sales, Buyer, Seller, etc.
5. Writing Field – Beauty Editor, Promotional Writer, etc.
6. Educator (need three years of experience)