- A wonderful learning opportunity for anyone who has a passion for nail art
- Make your own study schedule and take advantage of online tutoring hours
- Obtain a certified diploma once you finish the course.
Have you ever considered a career working in beauty as a Nail Technician but not sure how?
If you enjoy beauty this could be just what you are looking for. The Nail Technician Diploma covers every aspect of Nails including video demonstrations.
Take the Nail Technician Diploma and start your own business or work for someone part or full time in this wonderful profession.
Introduction to Nail Technology
In this module you will learn what about the history of nail technology and why you should become part of this ever growing industry
The Anatomy of the Skin
In this section, you'll learn about the skin, why it's an important barrier to infection and how this understanding can keep your clients safe.
In this module you will find out more about the anatomy of the nail. Understanding this is fundamental to your job as a nail technician.
Preparing Your Work Area
You should prepare your work area at the beginning of each day, as well as between clients. Not only does this maintain an air of professionalism, it ensures clients feel well taken care of, and it maintains good hygiene practices.
Client Consultation and Communication, Preparing Your Client
Before treating each client, it is vital that you establish exactly what his or her needs are.
How to Perform a Manicure
It is essential that you know how to perform a manicure.
How to Perform a Pedicure
When the winter starts to end and the summertime comes around, women everywhere get their feet out. That is the time to capitalise by offering pedicures.
In this module you will find out what is required to achieve great results when applying artificial nails.
In this module you will find what it takes to apply gel overlays with perfect results every time.
Gel nails can offer the same strength and beauty as acrylic nails, but they tend to cause less mess and also look a lot more natural.
Nail Tips (Shaping and Painting & Artificial Tips)
While they may at first seem simple, nail do require a steady hand and a lot of patience.
Basic Nail Art
While a lot of clients will come to you expecting manicures, acrylics, and gels, others will need you because they want nails that are exceptionally pretty. As such, you need to learn how to engage in a little basic nail art.
After your clients have undergone a manicure or pedicure, they’ll want to know how they can maintain the work you’ve performed.
Health and Hygiene
On a daily basis, nail technicians come into contact with a broad range of toxic chemicals and as such knowing about health and hygiene practices is essential.
An Introduction to Salon Management
Now that you’ve learned a little about the basics of salon practices, you’re going to delve into the world of salon management.
Start a salon, become a mobile technician, or work for someone else?
Once you’ve acquired your nail technician skills, you’re faced with a serious choice: do you start your own salon, become a mobile technician, or work for someone else.
Setting up a Salon and Red Tape
You need to know a little about the basics of business, as well as the red tape nail technicians face when opening their first salon.
How you choose to decorate your salon says a lot about your personality, as well as the type of image you’re aiming to deliver.
Marketing Your Nail Salon / Service
As you may have already figured out, there is no point in establishing a nail salon if you cannot market it.
Setting Your Pricing
The chances are you've become so excited by the prospect of starting your own nail salon, you've barely had a chance to consider pricing. Yet, pricing is so central to your business' success.
Merchandising & Your Salon
As a salon owner, your profits aren't just going to come from the treatments you carry out. Merchandising and retail sails play a role in your business' success too.
Employees and Staffing
No salon is a one woman or one man venture, which means you need to focus on staffing and hiring.
Customer Relationship Management
CRM exists to improve customer service. It achieves this by helping you gather information about your customers, aka data, which you then analyse in line with your sales.
Every new business owner has to familiarise themselves with the costs associated with their business.