Nail Services Apprenticeship: Employer Guide

Why take on a Nail Services Apprentice?

The beauty industry is an industry constantly evolving through changes in the development of improved products, innovative techniques and new technologies. This framework, which is based on the latest research with employers, provides a structured learning programme that meets the needs of employers and employees. It combines both skills and knowledge to provide learners with the set of skills needed to be a professional nail technician, able to offer a wide range of treatments to clients, with a clear understanding of how their performance is directly related to the success of the business and their own remuneration.

The Apprenticeship Framework

There are three main strands to an Apprenticeship, known as the Framework: a competence-based element, a technical element and a skills element. At every level the apprentice will study maths and English, along with employee rights and responsibilities.

Apprenticeship Nail Services:

The apprentice will work towards their Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Nail Services. Modules include:

  • Salon reception duties
  • Work effectiveness
  • Promoting services and products
  • Health and safety
  • Manicures, pedicures
  • Nail art a
  • Nail enhancements

Advanced Apprenticeship Nail Services:

Learners will work towards their Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Nail Services and cover topics that include:

  • Safely controlling work operations
  • Maintaining nails using UV gel, liquid and powder
  • Providing airbrush design
  • Using electric files
  • Contributing to the financial effectiveness of the business

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