Nail Technician Miami


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240 Hours: 12 Weeks
Credential Issued: Diploma

Program Objectives:
The objective of this program and curriculum is to provide complete training in the field of nail technology in order to become certified by the State of Florida. The Nail Technology program concentrates on the care and beautification of the nails of the hands and feet. After completing the necessary credit hours and services, the students will receive a Diploma stating that they have satisfactorily completed the course and will be registered with the State as Nail Technicians.

Program Description:
This program gives the student insight into the knowledge of nail technology. The program includes 100 clock hours of classroom training (Academic Instruction), and 140 hours of Practice and service requirements (Practical Applications) under the supervision of a Nail Technologist licensed in Florida. The student will develop skills in manicuring and pedicuring and learn all aspects of artificial nail work. In conjunction with the different technical courses, the students will be trained in communication, human relations, the prevention of infections, first aid and the business aspect of the industry. The students must have completed the study program comprised of 240 hours in order to receive a certificate of completion. To obtain knowledge, theory, and hands-on experience in skin care, facial treatments with or without the use of machines, in addition to the correct procedures in waxing, and massage moves. This program is based on clock hours completed.

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Course # Course Title Theory Hours Lab/Clinic No. of Services Total Clock Hours
HHNT 100 Professional Ethics for the Nails Technician 2 2
HHSC 101 Sanitation and Disinfection 4 4
HHSC 102 Florida Law and Regulations 5 5
HHSC 103 AIDS / HIV Education 4 4
HHSC 104 Nails Theory 85 85
HHSC 105 Manicure 20 20 20
HHSC 106 Pedicure 10 10 10
HHSC 107 Tips with Overlay 37.5 15 37.5
HHSC 108 Sculpturing with Form 37.5 15 37.5
HHSC 109 Nail wraps/mending 15 10 15
HHSC 110 Nail fill-ins 10 10 10
HHSC 111 Artificial Nail Removal 5 5 5
HHSC 112 Polish and Nail Art 5 10 5
TOTAL 100 140 95 240


Tuition & Fees
Registration fee is due before the first day of class. Students will not be officially enrolled in Healing Hands Institute until registration fees are fully paid. Any students owing money to Healing Hands Institute, regardless of the debt, will not be permitted to graduate:Payment Methods
The school is not approved for Title IV funding. The school does not offer Financial Aid. The admission’s representative provides information about payment plans and/or Academic Scholarship. Advisement includes determining if the individual wants to pay in full or make a deposit and pay the balance in installments. Tuition and fees may be paid by credit card, check, or money order at the Finance Department.On or before the first day of the Course Period, the students should have either:

  • Paid program cost in full
  • or paid Non-Refundable fees, listed above, in full and be elected to participate in a Payment Plan that allows students to pay in installments

All late payments will have a penalty of $25 late fee charge to the account.


Quantity: 4
Equipment Item: Manicure Table
Brief Description of Equipment: Tables used for manicuresQuantity: 4
Equipment Item: Lamps for Manicure Table
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to light the work surface of the manicure tablesQuantity: 2
Equipment Item: Pedicure Chairs w/ bowls
Brief Description of Equipment: Complete Pedicure Set
Quantity: 4
Equipment Item: Manicurist Chairs
Brief Description of Equipment: Chairs for Students to sit on while performing a manicureQuantity: 4
Equipment Item: Client’s chairs
Brief Description of Equipment: Chairs for clients to sit on while having a manicure


Equipment Item: Manicure Bowl
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to wet the nails and fingertipsEquipment Item: Cuticle pusher
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to push and remove the cuticleEquipment Item: Cuticle nipper
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to cut the excess cuticle and skin around nails.

Equipment Item: Straight clipper
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to cut the nails.

Equipment Item: 4 Way nail buffer
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to file down nails

Equipment Item: Pedicure sponge stone
Brief Description of Equipment: Stone used to remove dead cells from the sole

Equipment Item: Nail Brush
Brief Description of Equipment: Brush to clean the nails

Equipment Item: Toe Separator
Brief Description of Equipment: Used to separate the toes after the toenails have been painted.

Equipment Item: White acrylic
Brief Description of Equipment: Powder for acrylic nailsEquipment Item: Pink acrylic
Brief Description of Equipment: Powder for acrylic nailsEquipment Item: Bottle of nail glue
Brief Description of Equipment: Glue for artificial nails

Equipment Item: Packs of nail tips
Brief Description of Equipment: Artificial nails used as mold for acrylics

Equipment Item: Orangewood sticks
Brief Description of Equipment: Stick used to clean and remove excess paint

Equipment Item: Nail cleaning brush
Brief Description of Equipment: Brush used to clean the nails

Equipment Item: Rubber plastic hand
Brief Description of Equipment: Artificially hand made used by the student to practice acrylic nails

Equipment Item: Tool box
Brief Description of Equipment: Box used to save the equipment