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Nail Specialty Mission Statement:
Our goal is to strive for: Customer satisfaction through research and development; in an atmosphere that fosters teamwork.  We also recognize the mission of Gadsden Technical Institute, and appreciate the commitment  they've made to enable us to become self-sufficient individuals.  

The main focus of this course is to give the student an overview of the skills and knowledge required of a nail technician.  Special attention will be given to sanitation and sterilization relative to nail technology, time management, ethics and professionalism.

This course will prepare you to become a nail technologist and will address issues necessary to successfully prepare you for state board examinations.  This class is a combination of lectures and lab hours (240 contact hours) or 4 months.

Program and Lab Requirements

Students in this course are expected to participant fully in and complete all the label exercise assigned to them.  They are to read and follow instructions carefully, especially in relation to safety and sanitation precautions.  Failure to complete lab assignments will result in a education of semester grade and possible dismissal.

Enrollment Requirements

  • Proof of high school diploma or GED.
  • Must be at least 17 yeas of age.

Course Requirements

ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT COMPETENCIES:

  • Practical & writing examinations.
  • Weekly progress achievement charts
  • Individual or group class projects
  • Situational observation by instructor (i.e. attendance, ethics, conduct and attitudes)

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