Nail Technician - Professional Online Certificate Course

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Study Professional Online Nail Tech Course; Learn to Run A Nail Business with the Nail Technician Course Online

The Professional Online Nail Tech Course can open the door to multiple career opportunities working as a nail technician or manicurist. If you’ve ever thought about running your own nail business then this nail technician training online will show you how. How about a glamorous job preparing nails for fashion shows and photoshoots? Then there are opportunities to work full time in nail bars, department stores or nail salons. The Courses for Success nail technician course will show you the pathway to all of these opportunities and more!

A manicurist’s job description can be wide-ranging. Some of your day to day duties will include nail design, applying and decorating false nails and nail extensions. You will also provide consultation on your client’s hand and foot health. To provide your clients total service, you will need to know the right manicure and pedicure procedures. It might even be necessary to utilize fundamental foot and hand massage techniques.

What you will learn with our Professional Online Nail Tech Course

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin
  • Manicure
  • The Process of Nail Growth
  • Client consultation and Communication
  • Tips Types and Customization
  • The Gel System
  • The Fiber System and Maintenance
  • Nail Enhancement Removal
  • Health and Hygiene
  • Marketing 

Professional Online Nail Tech Course - Requirements

The Professional Online Nail Tech Course is delivered 100 percent online and only takes 8 hours of study to complete.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Professional Online Nail Tech Course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Professional Online Nail Tech Course Outline

Unit One – Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body and has many functions. We are most aware of it as it covers every inch of the body. It is the component of the body which is most exposed to injury. Daily we tend to bring minor trauma to our skin. Our skin is taken for granted. In fact, it is a very complex organ whose correct functioning is essential to life.

The Epidermis

The outer layer which varies in thickness from place to place.

The Dermis

The dermis is attached to the epidermis by projections from the dermis called papillae. The dermis is the inner layer which consists of fibrous and connective tissue.

Sweat Glands

The main part of the sweat gland is situated in the dermis. The duct, however, spirals towards the surface through the epidermis. The gland is made up of a tightly convoluted tube which is lined by cubical epithelium and surrounded by a network of capillaries.

Nails

Nails are modifications of the epidermis, and are horny plates corresponding to the claws or hooves of animals. Nails are developed from the stratum lucidum of the nail bed, and composed of densely packed keratinized cells.

HAIR

Most parts of the skin are covered by hair either course or downy. No hair is found on the palms of the hand or soles of the feet. The roots of the hairs are found in the dermis.

Unit Two – Anatomy of the Nail

Learning outcomes of the unit are:

  • Understand the basic anatomy of the hand and wrist
  • Understand how a repetitive strain injury occurs
  • Describe what the symptoms would be for the carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Understand reasons for discoloration of the nail

How are our hands able to move?

The contraction and extension of muscles manipulate the wrist, hands and fingers. Anterior muscles cause the hand and fingers to flex or bend, whilst the posterior muscles extend or lengthen the hand and fingers. The intrinsic muscles located in the palm of the hand provide further movement, which assist in further movement of the fingers.

Common injuries and conditions:

  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Raynaud’s Phenomenon
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tenosynovitis

The Finger Nails

Whilst injury is the most common cause of damage to the fingernails, our diet and general health also has an effect. Discoloration or deformity can be symptoms of disease in the body. It should be noted that prior to giving a treatment, the condition of the fingernails should be assessed as they can provide a good indication as to the wellbeing of the recipient.

  • Psoriasis
  • Paronychia
  • Anemia
  • Discoloration

Unit Three – Manicure

Manicures and pedicures form an important routine in general health and beauty practice. Manicures involve the treatment of the nails on the hand, while pedicures involve the treatment of the nails on the feet. It is important to keep hands and feet clean, neat, and tidy as they often indicate our general state of health or hygiene.

  • Nail Implements
  • Nail file
  • Nail brush
  • Orange stick
  • Cuticle nippers
  • Nail buffer

Manicure Routine

The working area for the client should be well-prepared and clean. The client should be seated with their arms and hands placed comfortably on a clean hand towel. The hand should be faced palm down so that the manicure routine can follow. The previously described manicure implements as well as cotton wool, tissues, nail polish remover, assorted nail varnishes (colors), cuticle cream, massage cream and a bowl of warm water should be available.

Pedicures

As mentioned in the introduction, pedicures involve the treatment of the nails on the feet. Although feet are not often visible, it is important to have clean toenails to prevent ingrown toenails (which can be very painful) as well as to prevent bacterial infections.

Pedicure Routine

The working area for the client should be well prepared and clean. The client should be placed in a resting position by lying them down on their backs on a comfortable bed or flat surface area, or placed in a comfortable sitting chair.

Unit Four – Pedicure

Implements and Materials

In this section we familiarize ourselves with the products used together with a little cosmetic chemistry to help understand their composition. We also deal with descriptions and uses of the implements involved.

We look first at cosmetic chemistry to give you some knowledge of the key ingredients of the products that you are likely to be using. It will help you to understand how they work and to choose products suitable for your client.

Cosmetic Chemistry

  • Hand creams
  • Cuticle creams
  • Cuticle remover
  • Nail varnish removers
  • Nail enamels

Implements

  • Emery Board
  • Nail Scissors
  • Cuticle/ Push Knife
  • Buffers

Client Care

Client care is a very important subject. Your client should feel welcomed and looked after. You will need to develop the attitude that your client is the most important person in the world whilst she is with you. Many clients only have treatment for their pampering benefits.

Client Consultation

It is an ideal opportunity for the manicurist to build up a relationship with the client and to find out expectations and requirements. This should be carried out in a professional manner and all details recorded on a client record card.

Unit Five – The Process of Nail Growth

Nails, in the same way as hair, grow at varying rates depending on the individual and time of the year. The average growth rate is between 0.5-1.2mm per week and it takes approximately 5-6 months for a nail to grow from the matrix to the free edge. Summer and pregnancy speed up the growth rate, and age usually slows it down. Illness causes it to speed up or slow down.

Treatable Conditions and Contra-indications

It is important for nail technicians to recognize various nail and skin conditions. Many common conditions do not prevent manicures or application of Nail Enhancements, whilst others will need special care and, less commonly, some will prevent any treatment.

  1. Leukonychia: White spots. Some people are more prone to these than others possibly because of their job. White spots on most nails may have systemic cause.
  2. Splinter Hemorrhage: Tiny black streaks under the nail. Usually due to minor trauma and occasionally due to illness.
  3. Beau’s Lines: Horizontal ridges across the nail plate. Mechanical trauma, i.e. from over buffing of Nail Enhancements or systemic, i.e. Illness or skin disorders around cuticle area.
  4. Lamellar Dystrophy: Peeling or flaking nails. Usually caused by dryness. Use gentle filing with a very fine emery board, moisturize nails and cuticles, and avoid too much water, detergents etc.
  5. Onychophagy: Nail biting. Encouragement needed to stop the habit, frequent manicures that help treat the cuticle will help due to the improved appearance and condition.

What is a Nail Technician?

A nail technician is somebody who applies and maintains nail products on natural nails in order to enhance the look of the client’s natural nails.

What are nail enhancements?

Nail Enhancements are the result of products applied to the natural nail in such a way as to enhance the look of the natural nail.

The idea of lengthening the nail has been around for hundreds of years and was often seen as a sign of prosperity. It was believed that long nails were a sign that servants or slaves were used to do all manual work and help in the dressing/undressing of the person concerned, meaning that the wearer of long nails could afford lots of help to do the menial tasks. Men wore long or extended nails as much as women.

Unit Six – Client Consultation and Communication

As stated in the previous section, a good nail technician will choose a nail enhancement system that is right for each individual client. In order to do this a nail technician must be able to a: communicate with the client and b: know what questions to ask so that the correct system can be chosen.

What service is required?

When undertaking a set of Nail Enhancements to ensure they have as long a life as possible there are a number of things to take into consideration. This includes their lifestyle, hobbies whether they have children, are on medication or have health problems. The shape and length of the enhancement will also make a difference. A medium length (about half the natural nail plate) or shorter square shape will last a lot longer than a long-pointed nail.

Nail Preparation

To ensure the maximum life of a good set of Nail Enhancements or natural nail overlays it is important that careful preparation of the natural nail is carried out. The most common cause of unsatisfied clients or infections and damage to the nail unit is the wrong or rushed preparation.

Unit Seven – Tip Types and Customization

A tip is a shaped piece of plastic that is fixed to the end of the natural nail with adhesive to add extra length to the natural nail. The tip has two parts, a thicker, longer end and a thinner, shorter end. The thinner end has a well in it and is the end that is attached to the natural nail. The other end is the part covered by the nail enhancement, and adds length. The main purpose of a properly applied tip is to give a bridge on which to build the nail enhancement.

  1. Acetate Tips - these are difficult to blend, the oil in the plastic does not allow for perfect blending they create heat quicker than ABS tips. The heat added by the exotherms of adhesives or some accelerators can become uncomfortable for the clients.
  2. ABS Tips are a dryer plastic that work better with cyanoacrylate adhesives. They are more rigid and grab the nail when properly applied. The color is opaque and looks more natural as opposed to acetate. They are quicker to blend.
  3. White Cut Away (sometimes called a French Tip) - A white cut away tip is applied using a gel type adhesive. This is because it is not possible to see through the tip to see if there are any air bubbles.
  4. Full Well Tips - This is a tip that applied to the nail tip without any alteration. This is the tip that is normally used when applying temporary or party nails. This is normally applied using a runny type adhesive as it gives better clarity, except if used on ridged, wavy or bitten nails, when a gel adhesive would be used.

Unit Eight – The Gel System

Like all nail systems, UV Gel, a type of plastic, belongs to the acrylic family of chemicals. As its name implies, ultra violet light is involved in the curing of the product. Curing is the same process as polymerization. It is the process where the product is energized and changes to a solid.

Why Gel?

  • Powder and liquid not performing for client
  • Client’s hands in water, i.e. swimming or water sports
  • Client prefers flexible nail
  • Mothers more flexible nail, so less damage to nails and child

Advantages

  • Gel not porous will not stain if nail polish is applied
  • Stays shiny even after polish has been removed
  • Holds onto natural nail so chances of delaminating (lifting) are reduced
  • More flexible

Unit Nine – the Fiber system and Maintenance

Silk wrap - Normally the easiest to wet, creating a more natural appearance. Usually have a tighter weave, which will give added strength.

Fiberglass - Similar to silk, but harder to wet, resulting in a not-so-natural appearance. Both these products are very similar, and it will sometimes come down to technician preference as to whether they think one type is better than the other. Both are sticky on one side this makes them easier to work with.

Linen - Is usually quite thick and very tightly woven. Monomers find it hard to penetrate linens.

Wetting Agents

These are needed in the fiberglass nail world to help the monomer cover or saturate the surface thoroughly. This allows for deeper penetration, resulting in a tighter hold to the natural nail plate. These wetting agents are called silanes, and are found on the outer surface of the fabric.

Monomer

The resin, building and brush-on monomers are members of the acrylic family, called cyanoacrylates. These monomers are very sensitive to moisture. A drop of water or alcohol on these monomers will cause shock curing this turns them cloudy white and makes them harden too quick.

Inhibitors

These are used to prevent gelling. Dosing nozzles are also used for the same reason. Some runny monomer can be brushed on, which makes it faster to apply and will air dry (or should we say moisture dry). The top and final coat must have a catalyst to seal this layer.

Catalysts

This speed the polymerization process up from minutes to seconds. When we drop or spray a catalyst, this is what we are doing.

Unit Ten – Nail Enhancement Removal

Why remove nail enhancements?

Although nail enhancements that are correctly applied, looked after by the client and properly maintained by the nail technician will last more or less indefinitely, there are times when it is necessary to remove one or more of the nail enhancements.

How we remove nail enhancements?

  • Filing/Buffing Off
  • Soak off

Unit Eleven – Health and Hygiene

Anyone giving and charging for a service to members of the public, has a moral and legal responsibility to follow certain guidelines and rules to ensure both the safety of the client and the technician. It is the responsibility of every nail technician to ensure that they are fully aware of these guidelines. Consider reading the following publications:

  • Health & Safety at Work Act
  • COSHH Regulations and Risk Assessment
  • Trade Descriptions Act
  • Licensing Regulations 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

  • Skin
  • Layers of the epidermis
  • Stratum basale
  • Stratum spinosum
  • Stratum granulosum
  • Stratum lucidum
  • Stratum corneum
  • Melanoblasts
  • The Dermis
  • Consists of the following:
  • Sweat Glands
  • Body Temperature
  • Heat is lost in the following ways:
  • Sensation
  • Nails
  • Hair
  • Anatomy of the Nail
  • Physiology
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Raynaud’s Phenomenon
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Clubbed finger
  • Ganglion
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Finger Nails
  • Psoriasis
  • Paronychia
  • Anaemia
  • Serious Illness
  • Discolouration
  • Anatomy
  • Nails

Manicure

  • Manicure
  • Implements
  • Nail shapes
  • Manicure Routine
  • Safety features to consider
  • Pedicure
  • Cosmetic Chemistry
  • Hand Creams
  • Cuticle Cream
  • Cuticle Remover
  • Nail Varnish Removers
  • Nail Enamels
  • Implements
  • Cuticle Knife
  • Cuticle Clippers
  • Emery Board
  • Hoof Stick
  • Nail Brush
  • Nail Clippers
  • Buffers
  • Cuticle Sticks (Orangewood Sticks)
  • Hard Skin Rasp
  • The Corn Plane
  • Bowls

The Process of Nail Growth

  • Nail Growth
  • Nail Composition and Strength
  • Treatable Conditions
  • Leukonychia
  • Beau’s Lines
  • Lamellar Dystrophy
  • Onychophagy
  • Furrows
  • Onychorrhexis
  • Blue Nails
  • Hang Nail
  • Bruised Nails
  • Eggshell Nails
  • Habit Tic
  • Pitting
  • Untreatable Conditions – Contra -indications
  • Infections/inflammation
  • Onychogryptosis
  • Onycholysis
  • Onychomadesis
  • Onychomycosis
  • Nail Technicians
  • Nail Enhancements
  • Liquid and Powder- Acrylic
  • Gel
  • Fibre

Client Consultation and Communication

  • Equipment
  • 100/100 grit file
  • 150/150 grit file
  • 180/180 grit file
  • 3 Way Buffer
  • Chamois Buffer
  • Cuticle Push (metal)
  • Nail Prep Brush
  • Product Application Brush
  • Dappen Dish
  • Curvy Scissors
  • Stork Scissors
  • One Cut Clippers
  • Lint Free Wipes
  • Couch Roll
  • UV Light
  • Basic Products
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Surface Disinfectant
  • Adhesives (Not Glue)
  • Natural Nail Prep
  • Non-Acetone Polish Remover
  • Nail Preparation

Tip Types and Tip Customisation

  • A Tip
  • Stop Point
  • Side walls
  • Upper Arch
  • Acetate Tips
  • ABS Tips
  • White Cut Away
  • Full Well Tip
  • Customisation Process
  • Application and Blending
  • Liquid and Powder

The Gel System

  • Gel System
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
  • Equipment
  • UV lamp
  • A primer type gel
  • Gel
  • Top Gel/Finishing Gel
  • Gel Brush
  • Gel Application

The Fibre System and Maintenance

  • Fibre Enhancements
  • Silk
  • Fibreglass
  • Linen
  • Wetting Agents
  • Monomer
  • Inhibitors
  • Catalysts
  • Fibre/Wraps
  • Rebalancing
  • Infills – Step by Step
  • Rebalance – Step by Step

Nail Enhancement Removal

  • Filing/Buffing Off
  • Soak Off

Health and Hygiene

  • Waste Disposal
  • Spillages
  • Work Area
  • Breathing Zone
  • Dust
  • Overexposure
  • Salon Hygiene
  • Sterilisation
  • Disinfection
  • Sanitation
  • Equipment
  • Sterilisation
  • Autoclave sterilisation
  • Chemical and Sterilising Agents
  • The Aldehydes
  • The Halogens
  • Ultraviolet Sterilising Cabinets
  • Heat Sterilising Cabinets
  • Glass Bead Sterilisers
  • Disinfection
  • Boiling Water
  • Steam
  • Alcohol

Marketing and Starting your own Salon/Nail Business

  • Layout ands Preparation
  • Maximum efficiency of operation
  • Adequate space
  • Proper and reliable equipment
  • Relaxing colour schemes
  • A clean/easily accessible rest-room
  • Sufficient lighting, good air conditioning
  • Reception area
  • Soft relaxing music
  • Decor

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Open entry

Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 
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About this Course

Study Professional Online Nail Tech Course; Learn to Run A Nail Business with the Nail Technician Course Online

The Professional Online Nail Tech Course can open the door to multiple career opportunities working as a nail technician or manicurist. If you’ve ever thought about running your own nail business then this nail technician training online will show you how. How about a glamorous job preparing nails for fashion shows and photoshoots? Then there are opportunities to work full time in nail bars, department stores or nail salons. The Courses for Success nail technician course will show you the pathway to all of these opportunities and more!

A manicurist’s job description can be wide-ranging. Some of your day to day duties will include nail design, applying and decorating false nails and nail extensions. You will also provide consultation on your client’s hand and foot health. To provide your clients total service, you will need to know the right manicure and pedicure procedures. It might even be necessary to utilize fundamental foot and hand massage techniques.

What you will learn with our Professional Online Nail Tech Course

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin
  • Manicure
  • The Process of Nail Growth
  • Client consultation and Communication
  • Tips Types and Customization
  • The Gel System
  • The Fiber System and Maintenance
  • Nail Enhancement Removal
  • Health and Hygiene
  • Marketing 

Professional Online Nail Tech Course - Requirements

The Professional Online Nail Tech Course is delivered 100 percent online and only takes 8 hours of study to complete.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Professional Online Nail Tech Course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Professional Online Nail Tech Course Outline

Unit One – Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body and has many functions. We are most aware of it as it covers every inch of the body. It is the component of the body which is most exposed to injury. Daily we tend to bring minor trauma to our skin. Our skin is taken for granted. In fact, it is a very complex organ whose correct functioning is essential to life.

The Epidermis

The outer layer which varies in thickness from place to place.

The Dermis

The dermis is attached to the epidermis by projections from the dermis called papillae. The dermis is the inner layer which consists of fibrous and connective tissue.

Sweat Glands

The main part of the sweat gland is situated in the dermis. The duct, however, spirals towards the surface through the epidermis. The gland is made up of a tightly convoluted tube which is lined by cubical epithelium and surrounded by a network of capillaries.

Nails

Nails are modifications of the epidermis, and are horny plates corresponding to the claws or hooves of animals. Nails are developed from the stratum lucidum of the nail bed, and composed of densely packed keratinized cells.

HAIR

Most parts of the skin are covered by hair either course or downy. No hair is found on the palms of the hand or soles of the feet. The roots of the hairs are found in the dermis.

Unit Two – Anatomy of the Nail

Learning outcomes of the unit are:

  • Understand the basic anatomy of the hand and wrist
  • Understand how a repetitive strain injury occurs
  • Describe what the symptoms would be for the carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Understand reasons for discoloration of the nail

How are our hands able to move?

The contraction and extension of muscles manipulate the wrist, hands and fingers. Anterior muscles cause the hand and fingers to flex or bend, whilst the posterior muscles extend or lengthen the hand and fingers. The intrinsic muscles located in the palm of the hand provide further movement, which assist in further movement of the fingers.

Common injuries and conditions:

  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Raynaud’s Phenomenon
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tenosynovitis

The Finger Nails

Whilst injury is the most common cause of damage to the fingernails, our diet and general health also has an effect. Discoloration or deformity can be symptoms of disease in the body. It should be noted that prior to giving a treatment, the condition of the fingernails should be assessed as they can provide a good indication as to the wellbeing of the recipient.

  • Psoriasis
  • Paronychia
  • Anemia
  • Discoloration

Unit Three – Manicure

Manicures and pedicures form an important routine in general health and beauty practice. Manicures involve the treatment of the nails on the hand, while pedicures involve the treatment of the nails on the feet. It is important to keep hands and feet clean, neat, and tidy as they often indicate our general state of health or hygiene.

  • Nail Implements
  • Nail file
  • Nail brush
  • Orange stick
  • Cuticle nippers
  • Nail buffer

Manicure Routine

The working area for the client should be well-prepared and clean. The client should be seated with their arms and hands placed comfortably on a clean hand towel. The hand should be faced palm down so that the manicure routine can follow. The previously described manicure implements as well as cotton wool, tissues, nail polish remover, assorted nail varnishes (colors), cuticle cream, massage cream and a bowl of warm water should be available.

Pedicures

As mentioned in the introduction, pedicures involve the treatment of the nails on the feet. Although feet are not often visible, it is important to have clean toenails to prevent ingrown toenails (which can be very painful) as well as to prevent bacterial infections.

Pedicure Routine

The working area for the client should be well prepared and clean. The client should be placed in a resting position by lying them down on their backs on a comfortable bed or flat surface area, or placed in a comfortable sitting chair.

Unit Four – Pedicure

Implements and Materials

In this section we familiarize ourselves with the products used together with a little cosmetic chemistry to help understand their composition. We also deal with descriptions and uses of the implements involved.

We look first at cosmetic chemistry to give you some knowledge of the key ingredients of the products that you are likely to be using. It will help you to understand how they work and to choose products suitable for your client.

Cosmetic Chemistry

  • Hand creams
  • Cuticle creams
  • Cuticle remover
  • Nail varnish removers
  • Nail enamels

Implements

  • Emery Board
  • Nail Scissors
  • Cuticle/ Push Knife
  • Buffers

Client Care

Client care is a very important subject. Your client should feel welcomed and looked after. You will need to develop the attitude that your client is the most important person in the world whilst she is with you. Many clients only have treatment for their pampering benefits.

Client Consultation

It is an ideal opportunity for the manicurist to build up a relationship with the client and to find out expectations and requirements. This should be carried out in a professional manner and all details recorded on a client record card.

Unit Five – The Process of Nail Growth

Nails, in the same way as hair, grow at varying rates depending on the individual and time of the year. The average growth rate is between 0.5-1.2mm per week and it takes approximately 5-6 months for a nail to grow from the matrix to the free edge. Summer and pregnancy speed up the growth rate, and age usually slows it down. Illness causes it to speed up or slow down.

Treatable Conditions and Contra-indications

It is important for nail technicians to recognize various nail and skin conditions. Many common conditions do not prevent manicures or application of Nail Enhancements, whilst others will need special care and, less commonly, some will prevent any treatment.

  1. Leukonychia: White spots. Some people are more prone to these than others possibly because of their job. White spots on most nails may have systemic cause.
  2. Splinter Hemorrhage: Tiny black streaks under the nail. Usually due to minor trauma and occasionally due to illness.
  3. Beau’s Lines: Horizontal ridges across the nail plate. Mechanical trauma, i.e. from over buffing of Nail Enhancements or systemic, i.e. Illness or skin disorders around cuticle area.
  4. Lamellar Dystrophy: Peeling or flaking nails. Usually caused by dryness. Use gentle filing with a very fine emery board, moisturize nails and cuticles, and avoid too much water, detergents etc.
  5. Onychophagy: Nail biting. Encouragement needed to stop the habit, frequent manicures that help treat the cuticle will help due to the improved appearance and condition.

What is a Nail Technician?

A nail technician is somebody who applies and maintains nail products on natural nails in order to enhance the look of the client’s natural nails.

What are nail enhancements?

Nail Enhancements are the result of products applied to the natural nail in such a way as to enhance the look of the natural nail.

The idea of lengthening the nail has been around for hundreds of years and was often seen as a sign of prosperity. It was believed that long nails were a sign that servants or slaves were used to do all manual work and help in the dressing/undressing of the person concerned, meaning that the wearer of long nails could afford lots of help to do the menial tasks. Men wore long or extended nails as much as women.

Unit Six – Client Consultation and Communication

As stated in the previous section, a good nail technician will choose a nail enhancement system that is right for each individual client. In order to do this a nail technician must be able to a: communicate with the client and b: know what questions to ask so that the correct system can be chosen.

What service is required?

When undertaking a set of Nail Enhancements to ensure they have as long a life as possible there are a number of things to take into consideration. This includes their lifestyle, hobbies whether they have children, are on medication or have health problems. The shape and length of the enhancement will also make a difference. A medium length (about half the natural nail plate) or shorter square shape will last a lot longer than a long-pointed nail.

Nail Preparation

To ensure the maximum life of a good set of Nail Enhancements or natural nail overlays it is important that careful preparation of the natural nail is carried out. The most common cause of unsatisfied clients or infections and damage to the nail unit is the wrong or rushed preparation.

Unit Seven – Tip Types and Customization

A tip is a shaped piece of plastic that is fixed to the end of the natural nail with adhesive to add extra length to the natural nail. The tip has two parts, a thicker, longer end and a thinner, shorter end. The thinner end has a well in it and is the end that is attached to the natural nail. The other end is the part covered by the nail enhancement, and adds length. The main purpose of a properly applied tip is to give a bridge on which to build the nail enhancement.

  1. Acetate Tips - these are difficult to blend, the oil in the plastic does not allow for perfect blending they create heat quicker than ABS tips. The heat added by the exotherms of adhesives or some accelerators can become uncomfortable for the clients.
  2. ABS Tips are a dryer plastic that work better with cyanoacrylate adhesives. They are more rigid and grab the nail when properly applied. The color is opaque and looks more natural as opposed to acetate. They are quicker to blend.
  3. White Cut Away (sometimes called a French Tip) - A white cut away tip is applied using a gel type adhesive. This is because it is not possible to see through the tip to see if there are any air bubbles.
  4. Full Well Tips - This is a tip that applied to the nail tip without any alteration. This is the tip that is normally used when applying temporary or party nails. This is normally applied using a runny type adhesive as it gives better clarity, except if used on ridged, wavy or bitten nails, when a gel adhesive would be used.

Unit Eight – The Gel System

Like all nail systems, UV Gel, a type of plastic, belongs to the acrylic family of chemicals. As its name implies, ultra violet light is involved in the curing of the product. Curing is the same process as polymerization. It is the process where the product is energized and changes to a solid.

Why Gel?

  • Powder and liquid not performing for client
  • Client’s hands in water, i.e. swimming or water sports
  • Client prefers flexible nail
  • Mothers more flexible nail, so less damage to nails and child

Advantages

  • Gel not porous will not stain if nail polish is applied
  • Stays shiny even after polish has been removed
  • Holds onto natural nail so chances of delaminating (lifting) are reduced
  • More flexible

Unit Nine – the Fiber system and Maintenance

Silk wrap - Normally the easiest to wet, creating a more natural appearance. Usually have a tighter weave, which will give added strength.

Fiberglass - Similar to silk, but harder to wet, resulting in a not-so-natural appearance. Both these products are very similar, and it will sometimes come down to technician preference as to whether they think one type is better than the other. Both are sticky on one side this makes them easier to work with.

Linen - Is usually quite thick and very tightly woven. Monomers find it hard to penetrate linens.

Wetting Agents

These are needed in the fiberglass nail world to help the monomer cover or saturate the surface thoroughly. This allows for deeper penetration, resulting in a tighter hold to the natural nail plate. These wetting agents are called silanes, and are found on the outer surface of the fabric.

Monomer

The resin, building and brush-on monomers are members of the acrylic family, called cyanoacrylates. These monomers are very sensitive to moisture. A drop of water or alcohol on these monomers will cause shock curing this turns them cloudy white and makes them harden too quick.

Inhibitors

These are used to prevent gelling. Dosing nozzles are also used for the same reason. Some runny monomer can be brushed on, which makes it faster to apply and will air dry (or should we say moisture dry). The top and final coat must have a catalyst to seal this layer.

Catalysts

This speed the polymerization process up from minutes to seconds. When we drop or spray a catalyst, this is what we are doing.

Unit Ten – Nail Enhancement Removal

Why remove nail enhancements?

Although nail enhancements that are correctly applied, looked after by the client and properly maintained by the nail technician will last more or less indefinitely, there are times when it is necessary to remove one or more of the nail enhancements.

How we remove nail enhancements?

  • Filing/Buffing Off
  • Soak off

Unit Eleven – Health and Hygiene

Anyone giving and charging for a service to members of the public, has a moral and legal responsibility to follow certain guidelines and rules to ensure both the safety of the client and the technician. It is the responsibility of every nail technician to ensure that they are fully aware of these guidelines. Consider reading the following publications:

  • Health & Safety at Work Act
  • COSHH Regulations and Risk Assessment
  • Trade Descriptions Act
  • Licensing Regulations 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

  • Skin
  • Layers of the epidermis
  • Stratum basale
  • Stratum spinosum
  • Stratum granulosum
  • Stratum lucidum
  • Stratum corneum
  • Melanoblasts
  • The Dermis
  • Consists of the following:
  • Sweat Glands
  • Body Temperature
  • Heat is lost in the following ways:
  • Sensation
  • Nails
  • Hair
  • Anatomy of the Nail
  • Physiology
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Raynaud’s Phenomenon
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Clubbed finger
  • Ganglion
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Finger Nails
  • Psoriasis
  • Paronychia
  • Anaemia
  • Serious Illness
  • Discolouration
  • Anatomy
  • Nails

Manicure

  • Manicure
  • Implements
  • Nail shapes
  • Manicure Routine
  • Safety features to consider
  • Pedicure
  • Cosmetic Chemistry
  • Hand Creams
  • Cuticle Cream
  • Cuticle Remover
  • Nail Varnish Removers
  • Nail Enamels
  • Implements
  • Cuticle Knife
  • Cuticle Clippers
  • Emery Board
  • Hoof Stick
  • Nail Brush
  • Nail Clippers
  • Buffers
  • Cuticle Sticks (Orangewood Sticks)
  • Hard Skin Rasp
  • The Corn Plane
  • Bowls

The Process of Nail Growth

  • Nail Growth
  • Nail Composition and Strength
  • Treatable Conditions
  • Leukonychia
  • Beau’s Lines
  • Lamellar Dystrophy
  • Onychophagy
  • Furrows
  • Onychorrhexis
  • Blue Nails
  • Hang Nail
  • Bruised Nails
  • Eggshell Nails
  • Habit Tic
  • Pitting
  • Untreatable Conditions – Contra -indications
  • Infections/inflammation
  • Onychogryptosis
  • Onycholysis
  • Onychomadesis
  • Onychomycosis
  • Nail Technicians
  • Nail Enhancements
  • Liquid and Powder- Acrylic
  • Gel
  • Fibre

Client Consultation and Communication

  • Equipment
  • 100/100 grit file
  • 150/150 grit file
  • 180/180 grit file
  • 3 Way Buffer
  • Chamois Buffer
  • Cuticle Push (metal)
  • Nail Prep Brush
  • Product Application Brush
  • Dappen Dish
  • Curvy Scissors
  • Stork Scissors
  • One Cut Clippers
  • Lint Free Wipes
  • Couch Roll
  • UV Light
  • Basic Products
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Surface Disinfectant
  • Adhesives (Not Glue)
  • Natural Nail Prep
  • Non-Acetone Polish Remover
  • Nail Preparation

Tip Types and Tip Customisation

  • A Tip
  • Stop Point
  • Side walls
  • Upper Arch
  • Acetate Tips
  • ABS Tips
  • White Cut Away
  • Full Well Tip
  • Customisation Process
  • Application and Blending
  • Liquid and Powder

The Gel System

  • Gel System
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
  • Equipment
  • UV lamp
  • A primer type gel
  • Gel
  • Top Gel/Finishing Gel
  • Gel Brush
  • Gel Application

The Fibre System and Maintenance

  • Fibre Enhancements
  • Silk
  • Fibreglass
  • Linen
  • Wetting Agents
  • Monomer
  • Inhibitors
  • Catalysts
  • Fibre/Wraps
  • Rebalancing
  • Infills – Step by Step
  • Rebalance – Step by Step

Nail Enhancement Removal

  • Filing/Buffing Off
  • Soak Off

Health and Hygiene

  • Waste Disposal
  • Spillages
  • Work Area
  • Breathing Zone
  • Dust
  • Overexposure
  • Salon Hygiene
  • Sterilisation
  • Disinfection
  • Sanitation
  • Equipment
  • Sterilisation
  • Autoclave sterilisation
  • Chemical and Sterilising Agents
  • The Aldehydes
  • The Halogens
  • Ultraviolet Sterilising Cabinets
  • Heat Sterilising Cabinets
  • Glass Bead Sterilisers
  • Disinfection
  • Boiling Water
  • Steam
  • Alcohol

Marketing and Starting your own Salon/Nail Business

  • Layout ands Preparation
  • Maximum efficiency of operation
  • Adequate space
  • Proper and reliable equipment
  • Relaxing colour schemes
  • A clean/easily accessible rest-room
  • Sufficient lighting, good air conditioning
  • Reception area
  • Soft relaxing music
  • Decor

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Open entry

Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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