The mission of the Manicuring Program is to prepare the student for a career in the nail care and beauty field. Training includes all types of nail care, various types of nails, and nail techniques in three areas: General – 150 clock hours - Sterilization, sanitation and bacteriology, anatomy and physiology, state law, salon management, and ethics. Chemical – 100 hours - Product knowledge, ingredients and usage of materials, manicuring and pedicuring, EPA and OSHA requirements. Physical - 350 clock hours/ 10.5 credit hours - Massage, manicuring, pedicuring, nail care, nail artistry, nail wraps, sculptured nails, nail tips, gel nails, and nail safety. Manicurists may work in salons or work independently within their own business or in cooperation and connection to a full service salon or spa. Manicurists are required to have a state license to work within the field. Student’s must meet Tennessee’s entry and licensing requirements by completing a licensed cosmetology or manicurist/nail technician college program. Educational attainment of 600 hours in the manicuring program qualifies a student to sit for the state board.
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813 West Main St.
Hohenwald, TN 38462
Clean and shape customers' fingernails and toenails. May polish or decorate nails.
Bright Outlook: Yes
Currently employed in the area: 430
Current job openings per year: 60