LEARN ABOUT OUR COLLEGE VOCATIONAL PROGRAM OFFERED BY GLOW COLLEGE OF ARTISTIC DESIGN
REGISTERED AS A PRIVATE CAREER COLLEGE UNDER THE PRIVATE CAREER COLLEGE ACT, 2005

ADVANCED NAIL TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA

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264 HOURS

22 Weeks Part Time
Evenings and Weekends

9 Weeks Full Time
Evenings/Weekends (condensed)

With careful emphasis on job and business readiness, this Advanced Nail Technology Vocational Program has been developed by Industry Professionals , screened by Subject Matter Experts and Accredited Adult Educators and is approved as a Vocational Program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. An Advanced Nail Technology Diploma is earned upon successfully completing all modules of the program.

This Program contains 5 individual Modules/Subjects with multiple entry points. No prior training and experience is required. Below is a breakdown of the Program and what you can expect to learn. An Entry Point is an approved Module/ Subject where a new Student may enter the program. This Advanced Nail Technology Diploma can be combined with the Advanced Esthetics Diploma for a double major opportunity.

MODULES INCLUDE

Career Essentials (Entry Point) 36 Hours
Science of Nails (Entry Point) 48 Hours
Nail Services and Treatments 72 Hours
Artificial Nail Enhancements (Entry Point) 72 Hours
Advanced Nail Services 36 Hours
Optional Clinical Practice 36 Hours

 

PRE-REQUISITES
– Students of this DIPLOMA Program must have a Canadian or US High School (Grade 12) or equivalent Diploma;
– Or be 18 years of age and have a passing score on a qualified entrance test approved by the Superintendent.

PROGRAM KIT
Nail Module includes Professional Implements, a CND Shellac Start kit along with the use of in class supplies.

 

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ONTARIO SECOND CAREER
Second Career is an Ontario government program that enables laid-off Ontarians to train for a new job in high-demand careers.

Laid off?
Laid off and are working a temporary job just to cover costs?
If you’re receiving Employment Insurance (EI), or have in the past, you may still be eligible to apply!

Second Career helps people get the training or education they need to get a good job. It is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need, so you may be asked to contribute what you can to your training or education. It may provide financial support up to $28,000 to pay for things like:

– Tuition
– Books
– Living expenses
– Help caring for dependents
– Travel
– Transportation
– Disability supports
– Basic living allowance (during skill training)

Additional costs may be considered for disability accommodation, dependent care, living away from home and academic upgrading.

For more information on Second Career, please visit Ontario Second Career website.

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