Gain skills in manicuring, pedicures, and advanced nail enhancement techniques, including polish application. Learners will determine nail shapes and proper nail care services with safety and infection control. Learners will perform paraffin dips for hands and feet. Advanced techniques will be taught and practiced in this course along with many nail art applications.
Applies shop safety guidelines and becomes familiar with common machine shop equipment. Focuses on drill press, power saw, elementary lathe and mill operations and pedestal grinding machines. Learners will gain knowledge in layout tools and procedures and the proper use of hand tools in the shop.
Provides hands-on training in the nail/spa area located in Studio Max. This course will be taught in a lab setting providing nail care services to the public. While providing these services, learners will be practicing safety and infection control with procedures and professionalism required for lawful and effective salon practices. Prep for state boards in this course.
Introduces the learner to basic CNC Milling setup and operation. Learners begin the course understanding the control panel of a CNC Milling Machine, common tooling used in a CNC Milling Machine and program set-up sheets. From there, learners run existing programs and eventually make minor edits to produce parts to print specifications.
Optimize proficiency development in the application of tooling and processes on the engine lathe, vertical milling machine and surface grinder. Manufacture parts to print specifications while developing problem solving skills. Basic Tool & Die concepts will be utilized during this course. Course stresses working with precision measurement equipment including computer measuring equipment while providing basic CNC machining skills.
Introduces the learner to basic CNC Turning setup and operation. Learners begin the course understanding the control panel of a CNC Turning Machine, common tooling used in a CNC Turning Machine and program set-up sheets. From there, learners run existing programs and eventually make minor edits to produce parts to print specifications.