Nail Technology

Course Outline

  • Importance of Professional Image
  • How the consumer views Nail Technicians
  • Bacteria and other infectious agents
  • Sterilization, sanitation, physical and chemical agents
  • Safety Precautions
  • Manicuring, filing, painting of nails, cuticle oil, cream, hand and arm massage, hand scrub, clean-up of nail polish, cuticle work and clean up.
  • Pedicuring, clipping of toenails, foot scrubs, filing, cuticle clipping, buffing, paint of toe nails, clean-up of polish, hot paraffin on feet as well as foot and leg massage
  • Men’s manicure, procedure and technique
  • Nails and their disorders
  • Application of and removal of Gel Nail Tips
  • Nail Product Chemistry, adhesives & primers
  • Skin and it’s disorders
  • Gel Nail Overlay using forms
  • Light cured gel top coat over polish
  • Toe nail gel overlay
  • No Light gel application of polish
  • Acrylic or Sculpture Nails with form and tops application, pre and post procedure
  • Electric Nail Drill, types of files and bits, procedure, precautions and preventive practices
  • Nail Art, Fun criteria for nails, gems and tapes
  • Safety in the salon
  • Importance of retailing
  • Client Consultation
  • A touch of Aromatherapy
  • Association Act & By-laws

Course Fees and Costs for Nail Technology



After reviewing applications, selected candidates will be required to attend an interview. (A non-refundable deposit of $300.00 must be submitted upon registration. This deposit is deducted from your tuition costs)

Kits & Textbook


This kit contains the textbook and tools you will need to complete the course.

NOTE: All items in the study/ practice kit become the personal property of the students therefore, the student will take these articles with them upon completion of the course.

Related Costs

In addition to the course fees listed above, all students must also pay the following:

Government Fee: $45.00 
Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick Fees: $240.00

NOTE: None of the above fees are subject to HST. All prices are subject to change.

Duration of the Course

This course takes approximately 18.5 weeks (25hrs per week, 350 hours) to complete. Applications are processed on a “first in” basis, so be certain we receive your completed application form as soon as possible.

Days of Training are as follows:




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