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Artificial Nail Structures (Level 3 Certificate)

Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy

Course Overview

This Nail Extensions Course will teach you the extension procedure of three different overlays available- acrylic, gel and fibreglass. This course includes blending techniques, maintenance procedure, aftercare advice and consultation skills
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  • Duration
    27 Weeks
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Important Message

This course may be available again from September 2021

Available Sessions

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  • Course: City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Artificial Nail Structures
    Campus: Limavady
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date:
  • Course: City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Artificial Nail Structures
    Campus: Strabane
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date:

Course Offering

  • Site location Limavady Main St Strabane
  • Dates
  • Full tuition fee £ 152
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

If applicants do not already hold a Level 2 unit in Health & Safety this must be completed ( £15 additional fee)

Additional Information

On successful completion of the nail extension course, current practitioners can offer this treatment to clients either from the comfort of your own home or working in a commercial Beauty / Nail bar or as a self-employed nail technician. The course is also open to those with an interest in beauty therapy who wish to learn new skills. Material fee of £125 also required to cover cost of essential nail extension kit. A uniform (£30) must also be purchased.


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    Ryan was one of 90 local construction apprentices who competed at the Construction and Industry Training Board (CITB) regional finals, which took place at our Greystone Campus in Limavady. He will now go on to represent Northern Ireland at Skills Show UK, and potentially Worldskills 2019 in Russia.
    Ryan Carlysle
  • Image of Jack McLaughlin
    One day you can be fixing things, putting flanges and pipes together and the next day you can be doing something completely different like changing drives.
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