Course ID Course Number Course Name (click for details)
Instructor Room Number Days Time
ESNT-1
ARTIFICIAL NAILS
ARTIFICIAL NAILS

Understanding the different types of artificial nail enhancements and application techniques enhances the look of the hand and fingers and also corrects overly bitten nails. The use of the electric drill is essential for sculpting and buffing creating a perfect enhancement. Learning advanced nail art techniques allows the student to explore their creative side.

Course Content: Basic chemistry, salon safety, acrylic/gel application over tips/forms, and silk nail wraps. Detailed airbrushing, and nail drill techniques as well as three-dimensional acrylic art, free hand painting, layered coloured gel design, and water art.

147 HOURS
ESNT - 5
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Career Development

THE STUDENT WILL LEARN ALL ASPECTS OF CREATING A PROFESSIONAL RESUME, BEING FULLY PREPARED WHEN APPLYING FOR JOBS. ALSO LEARNING INTEGRAL INTERVIEWING SKILLS THAT WILL PREPARE THEM WITH COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS THAT A FUTURE EMPLOYER MIGHT ASK THEM.
COURSE CONTENT: RESUME WRITING AND INTERVIEWING SKILLS. FINDING THE RIGHT SPA OR SALON FOR YOU!

21 HOURS
ESNT-2
MANICURES
MANICURES

The student will be fully competent in shaping the fingernails, thorough cuticle work, hand and arm massage, including red/French perfect polish application. An understanding of hot oil, paraffin wax, and hot stone treatments will help with customizing treatments.

Course Content: Manicuring, professional image, client consultation, treatment room setup, sanitation and disinfection, including anatomy and physiology of the hand and arm.

105 HOURS
ESNT-3
PEDICURES
PEDICURES

The student will be fully competent in shaping the toe nails, thorough cuticle work, foot and leg massage, including red/French perfect polish application. An understanding of reflexology will help the student understand the benefits of stimulating certain reflex points on the foot.

Course Content: Pedicures, anatomy and physiology of the foot and leg, nail disorders, skin disorders, bacteria/disease, and reflexology.

105 HOURS
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