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Manicuring Program Highlights

Manicuring and Nail Technology is in high demand, nail salons are opening in malls,
strip centers and just about anywhere you can imagine. The nail courses provide the
necessary training for a student to become a Manicuring or a Nail Shop owner, or rent
a table in an existing salon.

This course will teach the student all aspects of artificial nails, free hand nail art,
manicuring, corrective manicures, anatomy and physiology, nail chemistry, as well
as proper sanitation and salon practices. Students will learn all techniques through
classroom and clinic experience. We are dedicated to the highest level of education
for tomorrow's beauty professionals and the continued accomplishments of
our graduates.

Join us here at Inner State Beauty School and begin your journey toward financial
independence. Inner State has provided successful career preparation to hundreds
of men and women, and we are committed to teaching excellence in the art and
science of manicuring. We invite you to visit Inner State, tour our facility and meet
our friendly students and faculty. If you have time, we'll even pamper you with a
complimentary manicure!

200 Hour Manicuring Program Objectives

Upon completion of the Manicuring course the student will have knowledge of nail
wrapping, acrylic nails, sculpturing nail tips, anatomy, nail structure, oil manicures,
water manicures, French manicures, nail irregularities, diseases and sanitation. A
graduate of this course will be able to take the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology
examination to be a Manicuring. A typical day will consist of a combination of theory,
practical and clinical experiences. You’ll have a half hour break for lunch then get right
back to it. This course gives you a lot of information in a short period of time so be
ready to learn.

Students begin as junior manicuring students. They can achieve senior status by testing
out of the junior portion after they earn approximately 50 hours. At that point they may
begin performing basic services on clients on a rotation basis. Tests are given at the
end of each chapter. Students are tested on practical skills as well as theory. Tests are
primarily multiple choice to correspond with the State Board of Cosmetology test, but will
also include essay and fill in. We use the Milady Standard Nail technology Textbook, Milady Standard Nail Technology Workbook. Theory is taught through a combination of lecture,
handouts, videos, workbooks and reading. Practical is taught through demonstration,
lecture and hands on practice.

  Hours In Each Subject Area

Sanitation and Bacteriology:
Sanitation, Sterilization, Bacteriology, Dispensary requirements/operations - NC 15/ C 10
Anatomy:
Bones, muscles, blood, Nervous system, joints, cartilage, Ligaments of hand/arm,
Structure of nail, Disorders & diseases of skin & nail - NC 12
Hand, Arm and Leg Massage:
Preparation, Procedures, Techniques - NC 12/ C 15
Manicuring Procedures:
Safety precautions, Basic & oil procedures, Pedicuring, Man's manicure, Application
of polish, Nail cosmetics & nail repair, Nail bleach applications, Special problems - NC 19/ C 37
Artificial Nails:
Types & styles, Artificial nail anatomy & artificial nail composition, Preparation, application,
removal - NC 20/ C 34
Specialized Equipment:
Specialized equipment types, Procedures for use & safety standards- C 11
Salon Operations & Communication Skills:
Human relations, Career development, Personality & presentation, Salon
operation/management, Sales/interpersonal skills - NC 6
Cosmetology Laws and Rules:
Ohio cosmetology laws and rules, Inspection/enforcement - NC 9

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300 Hour Manicuring & Manager Program Objectives

Upon completion of the Manicuring/Manager course the student will have knowledge
of nail wrapping, acrylic nails, sculpturing nail tips, anatomy, nail structure, oil manicures,
water manicure, French manicures and nail irregularities. A graduate of this course
will be able to take the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology examination to be a Manicuring
and Manicuring Manager. Students have theory from 8:30- 10:30. Lunch is usually from
12:30 to 1:00, so from 10:30 to 12:30 and 1:00 to 5:00 the student will be doing practical
work on clients, practice mannequin hands or other students. Students begin as junior
manicuring students. They can achieve senior status by testing out of the junior portion
after they earn approximately 50 hours. At that point they may begin performing basic
services on clients on a rotation basis.

Tests are given at the end of each chapter. Each student is tested on their practical
skills as well as theory. When a student reaches 200 hours they start management.
As a Manicuring Management student, the schedule is the same as it was for the 200
hour nail course. Tests are primarily multiple choice to correspond with the State Board of Cosmetology test, but will also include essay and fill in. We use the Milady Standard Nail technology Textbook, Milady Standard Nail Technology Workbook, and in the management
portion Milady’s Successful Salon Management and Milady’s Successful Salon Management Workbook along with corresponding lesson plans and support materials. Theory is taught
through a combination of lecture, handouts, videos, workbooks and reading. Practical is
taught through demonstration, lecture and hands on practice.

  Hours In Each Subject Area

(Same as 200 hour Manicuring course plus the following):

Cosmetology Laws & Rules:
Ohio revised code statues, Ohio administrative rules, License & permit policy &
procedures, Continuing education policy & procedures, Inspection & enforcement
policy & procedures - 11 NC/ 15 C
Public Health and Safety:
Sanitation practices & procedures, Sterilization practices & procedures, Dispensary
operations & procedures, Bacteriology, contagious & communicable disease control,
Salon operation & procedures, Consumer & product safety - 16 NC/ 25 C
Advanced Techniques:
Advanced anatomy of nail & skin, Advanced muscles & massage techniques, Advanced
pedicure care & service, Salon supervision & management, Specialized equipment
use & control, Product & service sales training, Communication skills - 13 NC/ 20 C

Total hours - 100. If time permits we also add material on opening and managing
a salon to the course.

  Management

Unique to the Ohio beauty field is the Management license. In Ohio, a management
license is required to be a booth renter, independent contractor, to manage a salon
or simply to work without supervision. It is basically a supervisor’s license. Either you
must have a supervisor there, or with the license you can supervise yourself. Each of
our classes has a management segment available during the last portion of the course.
The management class teaches the student to pass the state board management test
and how to open and manage a salon. You can acquire a management license either by
attending school or working in the field for one year. In either case you will be required
to take the management test at the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology in Columbus.

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Manicuring Start Dates

We begin the full time manicuring and manicuring management course every 8 weeks. The part time manicuring and management course begins
every 10 weeks.

 

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