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person getting manicureOverview of Program
In this program, students learn how to perform hand and arm massages; foot and lower leg massages; the art of manicuring and pedicuring; artificial nail enhancements; lacquer and gel polish application; and creative nail art. 
Manicurist skills include how to provide client consultations; nail, hand, and feet analysis; nail skincare; products; ingredients; and proper selection of products. Students perfect their skills in our student-operated salon overseen by our experienced instructors, allowing them to work directly with clients, schedule appointments, learn about inventory control, and develop retail and marketing skills. Successful students receive a career technical certificate and are eligible to take their state board exam. Class size is limited to 22 students.
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Program Information
Tuition - $2,699*
Hours - 200 hours
Program Dates - October 25, 2021 - February 9, 2022
Days/Times of Program - M, T, W, / 4:00pm - 9:00pm 
*Books, lab kits, uniforms, and license exam fees are not included in tuition.

This is a Career Development (CD) program that is approved by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. (COE)

This program is eligible for the Adult Diploma Program (ADP).

1. Milady Standard Nail Technology 7th Edition. ISBN#978-1285080475
2. Milady Standard Nail Technology 7th Edition Workbook. ISBN#978-1285080512
3. Milady Exam Review. ISBN#978-1285080543

Graduation, Completion, and Placement Rates*
Graduate Rate = N/A 
Total Completion Rate = N/A
Graduate Placement Rate = N/A
Industry Credential Passage Rate = N/A
*Based on the Council on Occupational Education Annual Report 2020 for Reporting Period 01/01/2019-12/31/2019. The placement rate is based on those completers who are employed in a field related to their job training program.  Actual number of students who are employed after graduation may be higher.  We did not have any completers during the reporting period. 

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1st Step of Enrollment Process

The first step of the enrollment process for our Career Development Programs is to attend an information session.  These sessions may be virtual or in-person.  Click below to see the important documents that will be reviewed during the session. 

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