Certificate of Achievement - Nail Technician

Is there a future for a Nail Technician Career?

For many people, manicures and pedicures are an absolute necessity—a beauty treatment that they will continue to work into their budget, even when times are tough. Nail service prices are strong and these services are a core part of the booming spa industry that is expected to only increase in demand. The hardest part of becoming a nail technician is building up the loyal clientele you need to make a steady income. It takes persistence and hard work to find a good position and build a thriving career. The best nail technicians never stop learning.

Why become a Nail Technician?

Our hands and feet can say a lot about who we are, and nail technicians spend their time grooming and beautifying these telltale parts. Not that long ago, "mani-pedi" was a term used only by the wealthiest ladies of leisure. Now many women and men enjoy regular manicures and pedicures as part of their normal beauty routines. The most successful nail technicians make a manicure or a pedicure into a luxurious experience for their clients. The average nail technician works 34.5 hours a week, providing more flexibility for additional personal time, family time or continuing education.

What will I learn in the Nail Technician program at CCC?

  • Manicures / Pedicures
  • Color and Polish
  • Nail extensions / Nail decoration
  • Awareness of skin and nail conditions
  • Communication skills
  • Business Sense

What makes the Nail Technician program at CCC so outstanding?

At Clovis Community College we are proud to be a Pivot Point* member school offering our Nail Technician students training on the most up-to-date equipment, hands-on experience in a modern student salon, professional products and equipment, and a dedicated, professional staff that will take a personal interest in your success! CCC offers Nail Technician training once per year — classes start in the Fall. At CCC we are dedicated to helping you learn the skills to accomplish your dreams. You will be prepared to take the New Mexico licensure examination for manicurists. Interested students are encouraged to view details regarding admissions requirements.

*PIVOT POINT is a service mark and trademark owned by Pivot Point International, Inc.

Here are the classes you need to take in order to earn your Certificate of Achievement in Nail Technician. You can view the CCC Course Catalog for more details, including course descriptions, or download the Nail Technician packet for program information including state board requirements, fees, and uniforms.

1 semester could lead to your future in Nail Technology!

For more information, please contact:
Mae Szaloy
575.769.4103
mae.szaloy@clovis.edu