INDIANAPOLIS, IN (600 HOURS; 6 MONTHS) AND PEORIA, IL (350 HOURS; 4 MONTHS)
Tricoci University’s Nail Technology/Manicuring Program will prepare you for a career performing manicures, pedicures, and advanced sculpture-related services. There are two different programs at two of our beauty schools; Indianapolis, IN (600 hours) and Peoria, IL (350 hours). If you’d like to become a nail technician / manicuring professional, both of our nail technology / manicuring schools offer a great way to get started.
We offer the most advanced educational materials, equipment and facilities to cultivate an engaging learning experience and prepare you for a cosmetology career. TUBC delivers most of its curriculum on an Apple iPad as part of your new student kit; yours to keep. Your education is also supported through the use of videos, demonstrations, guest artists, visual/practical presentations, lectures and hands-on experience. We monitor your education through practical and written examinations, making sure that you are well versed and prepared for the state board examinations so you can seek a cosmetology license and career opportunities.
Nail Technology / Manicuring courses includes:
Sculptured Nail Techniques include:
Our program is designed to fully prepare students to succeed as a professional nail technician / manicurist in Indiana. The Tricoci University curriculum in Indiana is 600 hours, which surpasses State requirements. The program includes advanced sterilization, advanced nail treatment techniques, as well as more extensive personal and business training. In addition, these classes can help prepare you to earn your manicurist license in Indiana (sometimes referred to a nail technician license), setting you up for lasting success in your career.
The nail technology program at Tricoci University in Peoria surpasses the field’s educational requirements, allowing you to quickly make your mark as a professional nail technician. Our approach allows you to seamlessly connect various techniques involved in manicures, pedicures and nail artistry, while still being able to mix and match them to create unique, customizable experiences for your clients. In addition, these classes can help prepare you to earn your nail technician license in Illinois and meets the state’s requirement of 350 hours of study.