Advanced education for licensed nail professionals.
This course provides certification in providing aseptic cosmetic nail services for your clients who have special health concerns. Those with diabetes, peripheral artery disease, heart conditions and other chronic illnesses, cannot risk pedicures with less than excellent infection control.
You will learn to implement obvious aseptic techniques which will immediately identify to your clients that you are far beyond the typical “nail shop.” Upon receiving your certification you will have the knowledge and tools you need to provide safe, careful services for all your clients.
Topics covered include:
- Anatomy review of the feet and ankles
- Discussion and definition of “at-risk clients”
- Pedicures and precautions for at-risk clients
- Home care education for your clients
- Diseases and disorders seen by the nail tech
- OSHA requirements and implementation in the salon
- How to create referral relationships with physicians
- How to market a Safe Salon™ and create success
- How to set yourself apart from ordinary and so much more
Also included in this bundle, the Safe Salon Certification modules sum up the core learning in the ANT Program and provides an additional Certificate for you as a “Safe Salon Professional” as well as for your marketing efforts.
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With the current Pandemic happening I feel the marketing of this course in my business will get people to thinking and be a game changer for my business.
Apryl, we are so glad to have you join us at Nailcare Academy!
I learned so much through these courses! A lot of nail techs are uniformed about disinfecting/sterilizing properly! That was one of the points I so enjoyed learning about in these modules. All this information is so important to know in this industry. Thank you NailCare Academy!
You are most welcome, Jill! We are so happy you enjoyed your advanced training.
I received this course through the Footnanny Rescue program. All nail techs should take this course. Very helpful information.
Dominique, it's our pleasure to know our Footnanny Sholarship is appreciated! We wish you great success.
I found this program after not being able to complete a different one. I would like to say this education is something I feel should be taught from day 1 in school.
Rochelle, we are so happy you transferred in to Nailcare Academy. The reason we wrote these programs is because the various states only require minimum standards - we want our students to work at much higher levels of learning, Very best wished in your career!
This was so much knowledge for me, an taught me steps to make my job easier.
We are so pleased you're benefitting from your training, Wendi!
It is a very involved course. Lots of new information. I have already been using some practices with my diabetic and chronic illness clients on non-soaking pedicures. It was hard to change their wants, because they all want to put their feet in water. But after educating my clients, they are thrilled to still come in and get a pedicure.
Deborah, you are doing things exactly right! Standing by your training will ultimately make those clients so happy with you.
A lot of information to take in. Well presented and very informative.
Catherine, it was so nice to meet you at Foot Forward. Glad you could join us at NA!
As an instructor this will benefit my students in deciding their future career as Cosmetologist and/or Nail Techs. It will prepare them for their state license with a better understanding of the industry and advancement of their license.
We are so glad your students have you, Sondra!
I loved the course and feel way more confident performing services on chronically ill clients!
We are so glad you are confident in your knowledge. We're sure you will make good decisions for your clients!
I found the wound care information very in depth. I have sold prescription wound care products in the past and found this information very good.
Martha, thank you for that input. We work with a couple foot care nursing associations to be sure our wound care protocols are current. It's nice to know it's appreciated!