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Manicuring Outline

Name of Course: Manicuring

Description of Course: All phases of Manicuring 400 Clock Hours.

Course Goals:

  1. Our goals are to prepare today's students to become tomorrow's successful and influential professionals, by teaching a high level curriculum in the cosmetology arts, and sciences.
  2. Pass the Montana State Written and Practical Manicuring Examination for Li censure.

Salon Management - 60 Hours

Objectives:

  1. Know professional salon conduce code and ethical conduct.
  2. Learn well, sound, selling techniques and methods.
  3. Know and practice good personal grooming habits.

Bacteriology - 55 Hours

Objectives:

  1. Know types of Bacteria.
  2. Know the classification of pathogenic bacteria.
  3. Know the growth and reproduction of bacteria.
  4. Know safety precautions for bacteria.

Manicures - 15 Hours

Objectives:

  1. Know implements and cosmetics used in manicuring.
  2. Know how to prepare a manicure table.
  3. Know how to give hand and arm massage.
  4. Know safety and sanitary procedures for manicuring.

Pedicures - 20 Hours

Objectives:

  1. Know implements and cosmetics used in pedicuring.
  2. Know how to prepare a pedicure area.
  3. Know how to give foot and lower calf massage.
  4. Know safety and sanitary procedures for pedicuring.

Application of Artificial Nails - 115 Hours

Objectives:

  1. Know implements and cosmetics used for artificial nails.
  2. Know how to set a table for artificial nails.
  3. Know how to apply and prepare nail tips.
  4. Know how to apply acrylic, gel and silk wraps.
  5. Know how to do a backfill.
  6. Know safety and sanitary procedures for artificial nails.
  7. Know the various implements used.
  8. Know safety and sanitary procedures of the implements.
  9. Know and understand chemicals.
  10. Know and avoid skin problems.
  11. Know sanitation procedures.

School Discretion - 135 Hours

Objectives: This portion of the curriculum will provide students with a high level of practical experience.

Instructional methods: The course will be taught using a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, small groups, demonstrations, handouts/worksheets, practical applications, etc.

REFERENCES:

Books:

  1. Milady Standard Textbook Nail Technology
  2. Milady Standard Nail Technology Theory Workbook
  3. Montana Laws and Rule Book

Periodicals:

  1. Nail Pro
  2. Industry Source

Visual Aids:

  1. TV
  2. VCR
  3. DVD