FULL SPECIALIST PROGRAM

600 CLOCK HOURS—30 WEEKS

OBJECTIVE

The program is designed to teach students the understanding and practical theory of the skin and the art and science of beautifying the nails, hands, and feet; to give a proper massage; and to use safety precautions and sanitation methods in manicuring, pedicuring and extending the nails. Techniques will be learned in identifying nail diseases, the basic type of artificial nails and nail extensions. At the completion of this program, graduates will qualify to apply for state registration and employment in the beauty industry. A diploma will be awarded upon graduation from the program.

DESCRIPTION

The full specialist program consists of 600 clock hours, 392.5 hours of theory and 207.5 hours of lab. It also has 195 services to be performed in class.

PROGRAM COST

Academic Instruction
600 Clock Hrs (30 weeks) (8 months)

Tuition$5,000.00

Registration$100.00

Lab$830.00

Book$400.00

Kit$550.00

Uniform$20.00

Total$6,900.00

Down Payment$400.00

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSELECTURE
HOURS
LAB
HOURS
SERVICES
FS100 Florida State Law & Regulations (Nail tech)5
FS101 HIV/AIDS4
FS102 Sanitation & Sterilization4
FS103 Ethics & Shop Management (Nail Tech)2
FS104 Manicures2020
FS105 Pedicures1010
FS106 Tips with Overlay37.515
FS107 Sculpting37.515
FS108 Nail Wraps & Mending1510
FS109 Nails Capping & Fill Ins1010
FS110 Artificial Nail Removal55
FS111 Nail Theory, Disorders & Diseases of the Nail85
FS112 Polish & Nail Art510
FS113 Florida State Law & Regulations (Skin Care)5
FS114 Bloodborne Pathogens. HIV/AIDS4
FS115 Skin Theory, Disease and Disorders of the Skin50
FS116 Basic Dermatology, Skin Disorders15
FS117 Anatomy & Massage Manipulations10
FS118 Consultations5
FS120 Physiology & Endocrinology (Diseases of the Glands)5
FS121 Bacteriology, Sterilization, Hygiene10
FS122 Chemistry & proper Use of Products8
FS123 Hair Removal (Body Waxing & Brow Shaping)2.5
FS124 Make-Up Application and Cosmetic Treatments2
FS125 Electricity, Lighting & Magnification8
FS126 Professional Ethics2
FS127 Facial Techniques and Contraindications66
FS128 Salon Management60
FS129 Salon Retail40
FS130 Applied Clinical Training/Services: ( See Details on page 16)67.5100
Total Clock Hours 600392.5207.5195

COURSE DESCRIPTION

FS100 FLORIDA STATE LAW & REGULATION (NAIL TECH)

Students will learn what is necessary to comply with local, state, and federal regulations and laws.

FS101 HIV/AIDS

Students will learn the origin, transmission and prevention of HIV/AID required by Florida Statute.

FS102 SANITATION & STERILIZATION

Students will learn the guideline and principle of cleanliness and safety. The different procedures for protection against the spread of disease.

FS103 ETHICS & SHOP MANAGEMENT

Students will learn the Business aspect in the field of cosmetology. Maintaining accurate records, managing personnel, and selling products.

FS104 MANICURES

Students will learn all the abilities of a manicurist, proper use of implements and material used when doing a manicure.

FS105 PEDICURE

Students will learn the basic procedure when conducting a pedicure, equipment, implements and materials.

FS106 TIPS WITH OVERLAY

Students will learn how to extend the natural nail artificially by using tips, buffing, applying nail glue, placing the tips and filling.

FS107 SCULPTING

The students are taught how to create and extension using only the acrylic liquid. Students lean the precautions and proper procedure to sculpting nails in different types of nail beds. Supplies and chemistry of acrylic nails.

FS108 NAIL WRAPS & MENDING

Students will learn to wrap nails with the four types of wraps and how to repair natural nails

FS109 NAIL CAPPING & FILL INS

Students will learn how to maintain the artificial nail using the acrylic to fill in between the new growth area of the nail.

FS110 ARTIFICIAL NAIL REMOVAL

Students will learn the proper procedure to removing acrylic nails.

FS111 NAIL THEORY, DISORDERS & DISEASES OF THE NAIL

Students will learn and study about the structure of the nail. The technical terms, the parts of the nail, defining the types of disorders and handling customer with nail disorders.

FS112 POLISH & NAIL ART

Students will learn the creative part of nail painting, from what supplies to use to the applicant. Application of nail tapes, gems and foil is studied and practiced. The use of air brush for decoration is reviewed.

FS113 Florida State Law & Regulations (SKIN CARE)

The study of all laws pertaining to Skin Care set by the Department of Professional Regulations.

FS114 Bloodborne Pathogens Training: HIV/AIDS

This course teaches the students the origin, transmission, and prevention of HIV/AIDS as required by Florida Statute.

FS115 Skin Theory

Skin Theory, Diseases and Disorders of the skin.

FS116 Basic Dermatology and Skin Disorder

The Study and understanding the composition of the skin, learn to recognize diseases , disorders of the skin, and recognize skin types.

FS117 Anatomy & Massage Manipulations

The study and understanding the bones, muscles and nerves of the face and neck. Means of manipulation of the face to maintain muscle tone and increase circulation. Using the correct products for the skin. FS118 Consultations Student will learn how to handle a consultation in person or by telephone.

FS120 Physiology & Endocrinology (Diseases of the Glands)

Student will learn histology of the skin and hair. Understanding the composition, structure and function of the skin will help the students know what effects the service performed will have on the client’s skin. Endocrinology will include the study of the endocrine glands and their function.

FS121 Bacteriology, Sterilization, Hygiene

Application of sterilization and sanitation methods. Classification of pathogenic bacteria and now how pathogenic bacteria causes diseases.

FS122 Chemistry & proper Use of Products

Students will learn the composition of cosmetics. Effect of chemistry of cosmetics on the skin, safety of cosmetics and skin preparation.

FS123 Hair Removal (Body Waxing & Brow Shaping)

Student will learn three methods of hair removal, tweezing, waxing and chemical depilatories. Safety of waxing and chemical depilatories.

FS124 Make-Up Application and Cosmetic Treatments

The students will learn the correct application of makeup, how to use the color wheel, daywear make-up, evening make-up and procedures of make-up.

FS125 Electricity, Lighting & Magnification

Student will learn polarity and current flow, measurements of electricity and safety precautions.

FS126 Professional Ethics

Students will learn professional ethics, integrity and attitudes. Setting up a Salon or starting business, State Regulations, obtaining proper licenses, advertising, record keeping, insurance and compensation package and payroll deductions.

FS127 Facial Techniques and Contraindications

The basic facial treatment protocol is studied in this course including the general routine and alternate methods depending on the client’s needs. Students will be instructed in preparing the client pre and posttreatment.

FS128 Salon Management

Students will be introduced to the proper salon organization, bookkeeping, taxes requirement, employee hiring, type of insurance, appointments, site selection and telephone techniques.

FS129 Salon Retail

Students will learn product knowledge, storage, and inventory display, inventory pricing and good selling skills.

FS130 Applied Clinical Training/Services

Students will practice applications of all subjects taught on fellow students and clients. Facials, manual and mechanical, including masks, packs or treatments which must be performed on a variety of skin types including normal, dry , combination, problem and mature skin (40 hours, 40 services). Set Up, use and maintenance of electrical devices (1.25 hours, 5 services). Hair removal, including tweezing, waxing, threading and sugaring (5 hours, 20 services). Make-Up Applications for both daytime and nighttime looks (5 hours, 10 services). Lash and Brow tinting (5 hours, 10 services). Eyelash application, Including strip lashes, individual lashes and semi-permanent lashes (10 hours, 10 services). Manual Extractions (1.25 hours, 5 services)