The Art of Manicuring

Manicured hand Joplin, MO


At New Dimensions School of Hair Design we offer an education based on the principles of Manicuring which includes a basic understanding of the science of beautifying and improving nails, hands and an in depth study of products used in their care. Through the use of practical projects and weekly assignments, we provide the hands on experience necessary to cause goals to become reality, enabling students to prepare for graduation, the licensing examination and a career in the work place. Convenient payments are arranged for the students desiring to make weekly payments, contact us for details.

TUITION

BASIC MANICURING COURSE: 400 CLOCK HOURS
TUITION $3,119.96
BOOKS/KIT/TAX@7.85% $345.04
REGISTRATION  FEE $100.00
TOTAL $3,565.00

CURRICULUM: BASIC COURSE DESCRIPTION

MANICURING, HAND & ARM MASSAGE AND TREATMENT OF NAILS

220 HOURS

STUDY OF THE USE AND APPLICATION OF CERTAIN CHEMICALS

40 HOURS

NAIL ANATOMY

10 HOURS

SANITATION AND STERILIZATION, SAFETY

30 HOURS

STATE LAW

10 HOURS

SALON MANAGEMENT AND SALESMANSHIP

20 HOURS

MISCELLANEOUS LECTURES, TEST REVIEWS

90 HOURS

TOTAL

400 HOURS

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
    
Upon completion of our manicuring course, the student shall demonstrate the ability to pass the State Board Exam and enter a spa/salon with the skills needed to successfully service the public. Impact ideals and attitudes of willingness to cooperate with the public, fellow workers and employees practicing proper conduct and professional ethics. Setting goals for ones self to educate yourself in the future. Develop habits of doing things properly in the interest of safety and the importance of sanitation and sterilization. Develop knowledge of structure of nails and technical skills required for the area one must analyze. Develop knowledge and ability to recognize nail disorders that can and cannot be treated by a Manicurist. Develop knowledge and understanding of skill and appreciation of the composition and growth of the nail. Develop and practice the procedure of manicure and pedicure to enable a professional manicurist to properly serve the public. Develop knowledge and understand the composition of skin and to serve the public with confidence. Learn to select wisely, care for and use properly the commercial products that are related to application of cosmetic treatment. Develop skills and information for safety of instruments used, such as electricity.

OPEID#0310100
PROGRAM DISCLOSURE (2009-2010)

Name of Program: Manicuring (Nail Technology)
U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Classification (SOC) Code: 39-5092
O*Net link to access SOC codes: www.bls.gov/soc/
Time Frame / Award Year 2009/2010
Total Numbr of Students Completing the Program in the Award Year: 4
On Time Graduation Rate for Students Completing the Program in the Award Year: 75%
(students who completed the program within the published length of the program as described in catalog)
Of the Total Number of Students Completing the Program in the Award Year : 75% completed the program within the school's required time frame of _1__times the published length of the program and graduated in satisfactory progress.

Institutional Charges for Program:
Tuition: $2,245.11
Job Placement Rate for Students completing the program in the Award Year: 50%
Fees: 100.00
The Median Title IV Loan Debt for Students Completing the Program in the Award Year: $0
Kit/Books: 332.89
There are NO Median Private or Alternative Loan Debts and there are NO Median Institutional Finance
Other: -0-
Plan Debts for students.
Median Wage Information
National Hourly $23.05 Yearly $47,900.00
Missouri Hourly $19.28 Yearly $40,100.00


Our school is accredited by NACCAS located at 4401 Ford Ave, Suite 1300 Alexandria, Virginia 22302.
703-600-7600

 

The licensing agency for our school is the Missouri State Board of Cosmetology, PO Box 1062, Jefferson City MO 65102.
573-751-1052