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Montana Nail Technician Teacher Training

Montana State Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists establishes our curriculum as follows:

Educator Course - Montana 650 Hours

Registration $175
Books and Supplies $500
Tuition $4925.00
Total $5600.00

Teaching Methods 325 Hours

Task analysis

25

Developing Instructional Objectives

25

Visual Aids and Their Construction

10

Motivational Tools

15

Preparation of Instructive Materials

10

Lesson Planning:

A) Practical Theory Class

50

B) Practical Demonstration Class

50

Fundamentals of Speech and Public Speaking

50

Methods of Test Construction

15

Methods of Evaluation of Grading

15

Teaching Psychology 100 hours

General Principles in Relation to Teaching and Counseling

25

Conflict Resolution

25

Student Counseling

25

Student and Teacher Relationships

20

Public Relations

5

Business Methods 100 Hours

Recruitment

15

Job Analysis

15

Student Registration/Withdrawal Forms & Hours

10

Ethical Employee and Employer

25

Salon Booth Rental Relationships

10

Professional Ethics

25

Advanced Theory of Manicuring and the Chemistry, Safety, Sanitation, Bacteriology, Physiology, Anatomy, Diseases & Disorders

75

State Board Laws & Rules

50

Not less than 40 hours of the above curriculum must be taught in theory.

The course is 400 hours; the first 110 hours are intensive basic training. At the completion of the course, you will be trained and prepared to take the Montana State Board Examination and apply for your license to practice as a professional nail technician. Other occupational opportunities may include salon owner or manager, manufacturer representative, or product educator.

Total Requirement Hours: 650

If a student fails to pay a payment on their agreement, regardless of whether the student is actively enrolled at the time, The Nail Institute will be entitled to the student’s current balance in full, due and payable immediately.

If legal action is required to collect said balance owed to The Nail Institute, the student will be responsible for all collection costs including collection agency charges, fees or attorney’s fees, regardless of whether the situation is litigated. All balances due to The Nail Institute must be paid in full prior to being able to graduate. No request for records or diploma will be released until paid in full.

Satisfactory Progress Policy

Satisfactory progress in attendance and academic work is a requirement for all students enrolled in this school.

ATTENDANCE PROGRESS:

Full-Time: Maximum Time: The maximum time a student has to complete is 150% of the program length.

Attendance: All students must maintain at least 75% cumulative attendance average in order to be considered making satisfactory progress and to complete the program within the maximum time frame.