November 25, 2014

How To Become A Licensed, Managing Nail Technician

Have you ever thought about becoming a licensed, managing Nail Technician? Maybe you wondered how to get started? Or maybe you want to know what the requirements are to get into a beauty school? These are just some of the questions I hope to answer for you today.

“How Do I Become a Nail Technician?”
The first thing you’ll want to do is to contact one of our friendly admissions representatives. Just call the location you are interested in attending, and schedule a tour to come in and view the campus and meet some of our instructors and students.

This is a good time to see the students in action, and see if you think becoming a nail technician would be right for you! It is the best time to ask questions and get all the information you need to make a good decision about your future career.

“How Long Does It Take to Become a Nail Technician?”
Raphael’s Managing Nail Technician course is a total of 300 hours. This course can be completed in 8 to 12 weeks depending upon the schedule you choose.

“What Can I Learn As a Nail Technician?”
You can learn to do manicures, pedicures, gels and shellacs, and how to apply, repair, and remove artificial nails. You can also learn hand, arm, and leg massage, as well as sanitation rules, and salon operation and managing skills.

“Do I Need to be Certified to Become a Nail Technician?”
After you have completed your course, you will go to Columbus for the State Board test.  You must pass a practical and a written portion of the exam.   You will then be a Licensed Managing Nail Technician.

“What Are the School Requirements to Become a Licensed Nail Technician?”
The only requirements for starting classes at Raphael’s School of Beauty Culture are that you must be beyond the age of 16, and have a high school diploma, GED, or transcripts. So call today, classes start on the third Tuesday of every month.

The staff at Raphael’s School of Beauty Culture personally packs your kit, and goes over the materials and procedures necessary for State Board testing.  We want everyone to be successful in their new careers!