Acrylic Nails Training
Acrylics are very popular. They are a quick fix for those who can’t or won’t grow their nails. They are long lasting, strong and durable if applied correctly. Nail technicians all over the world have applied millions of hands worth of acrylic nail tips and find that those who do a good job can make a successful living out of being an acrylic nail technician.
It is a skill. It is a fine art form. It takes patience to perfect the application of nail tips and whilst you have opted to attend an intensive fast track course we do expect that you continually practise your skills learned today and update your cpd regularly. Why are acrylic nails so popular? Well acrylic is a liquid monomer and powder polymer system. Mixed together and applied with a brush the products polymerise to produce a solid.
The heat from the nail initiates the bonding of the two products to the nail, this results in a strong nail system. Acrylic is a strong system and should be applied in a well ventilated room, the odour can be quite overpowering. If you are working as a mobile therapist ensure a window is open, if you are working in a salon then they must adhere to the health and safety practises set out by the current legislation in terms of ventilation and extraction etc.
Full practical demonstration and guidance throughout the days.
Health and Safety at Work Law ,
Sterilisation and Hygiene in the salon,
Data Protection, History of Massage,
Anatomy and Physiology relating to the course you are studying.
Consultation process and an example of the consultation card.
Contra-indications and how to recognise them,
Licensing requirements if required.
Professionalism/ Code of Ethics,
Local Bylaws that may affect your business e.g. treating minors.
Where to obtain insurance and details of professional associations.
Full demonstration of acrylic application, removal techniques, infills, sculpturing, polishing. The focus of the day is on the practical side of this popular beauty therapy.
Entry Requirement & Prerequisites:
Students must have a diploma in Manicure.
Course duration & CPD: 36 CPD
2 non – consecutive days
Assessment and Examination Method:
There will be continuous formative assessments takes place during the day while you practise and take information from your tutor. On completion of the final day you will be expected to answer verbal questions and perform the acrylic nails procedure and removal, and show what you have learned via hypothetical scenarios proposed by your tutor.
Amount due 2 weeks prior to training: £210
Practitioner Level Diploma
Accreditation & Insurance
Once you complete this training you will be entitled to gain insurance. All courses at Inspire Therapy Training are accredited and recognised by industry professionals. See below for the accrediting bodies for this course.