Artificial Nail Technician Course - Online Diploma Program (2023)

Course Description – 100% Online

IMPORTANT: Please check with your local regulatory or licensing bureau/cosmetology associationto ensure that our curriculum and online platform meet eligibility requirements for examination and licensing, where required. This is particularly important for prospective students residing in the USA.

Once you have completed this 200 hour online Artificial Nail Technician course you will be confident in applying regular and French sculpted nails in both gel and acrylic, as well as Color Gel and Color Acrylic.

You will also learn to do Gel and Acrylic refills, Repairs, Re-growth, as well as proper use of the electric file, and Nail Art.

You will perform learned procedures on the Nail Trainer Hand. Once you have completed your sets, simply mail the assignment to our Mirage Spa Education office for grading. The assignment will be assessed and a video will be sent to you with your evaluation, on what areas need improvement and what you have excelled in.

To graduate from this course, you will be required to complete a pre-determined number of nails, along with a number of multiple choice exams, as well as a final exam. Upon completion of this course, you’ll be on your way to a new and exciting career as an Artificial Nail Technician. You can take up to nine (9) months to complete this course.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive an Artificial Technician Diploma, as well as your stamped/sealed official transcripts.

See the pricing tab for Book and Kit costs

NOTE: You will not learn Manicures or Pedicures in this course. If you would like to offer Natural Nail services please choose the Fully Qualified Nail Technician course.

Requirements: Minimum 19 years of age or have completed grade 12 (or equivalent); You must have Internet access, and a digital device that can take and submit photos.

THEORY: The course is based on 200 hours theory and practical; you’ll be required to write exams throughout the course.

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  • Curriculum
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  • Refund Policy


Modules – This Artificial Nail Technician Program is broken into five (5) Modules.

Module 1 – Tip Application / Temporary Sets
Module 2 – Gel Nails
Module 3 – Acrylic Nails
Module 4 – Electric File
Module 5 – Nail Art and Final Exams

The course is based on 200 hours theory and practical

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History and Opportunities
Life Skills
Your Professional Image
Communicating for Success
Infection Control
General Anatomy and Physiology
Skin Structure and Growth
Nail Structure and Growth
Nail Diseases and Disorders
Basics of Chemistry

Nail Product Chemistry Simplified
Basics of Electricity
Electric Filing
Tips, Wraps, Gels
Acrylic Nail Enhancements
UV Gels
The Creative touch
Seeking Employment
On the Job
The Salon Business


You are required to perform a minimum for each service

Tip applications, blending and shaping

(Video) This is for beginner nail techs. Information about online courses

Tip extensions (Sculpting Clear and Pink and White in Gel and Acrylic)
Form extensions (Sculpting Clear and Pink and White in Gel and Acrylic)
Nail Refills, Repair, Rebalance – with E-file
Color gel and acrylic (nail art)
Electric file

Nail art (rhinestones, decals, glitter, mylar flakes, and much more)



Registration fee of $250.00 must be paid in advance to hold your seat


Course costs:

Tuition $1200.00 ($2200.00 for International Students)
Online training fees $900.00
Total = $2100.00 ($3100 for International Students)

>> OR Choose from payment plans below:

Payment plan (for Canadian pricing):

$420.00 per module x 5 modules (pay as you go plan)

$233.34 per month x 9 months (part time)

$700.00 per month x 3 months (full time) has pre-made kits for each module for your convenience.

The tuition costs do not include textbooks, tools or products that you will need to complete. However, has pre-made professional kits for your convenience. Once enrolled you will be given the link to the book(s) and kit(s) required to complete the specific course. Should you already have a comparable professional product(s) as listed in the kit, you can remove pre checkout.

Kit prices are listed below at a wholesale pricing level and do not include taxes. Please consider the appropriate taxes for your area. Prices and contents subject to change without notice.

Module 1 – Tip application includes Nail Trainer Hand -Cost $398

Module 2 – Gel – includes light unit – Cost $378

Module 3 – Acrylic – Cost $96.20

Module 4 – Electric File – Cost $175.00

Module 5 – Nail Art – Cost $27.45 will charge you directly for your books / products and shipping. Shipping is through Canada Post and delivery to your door. A signature is required.

Payment Options: Artificial Nail Technician Course - Online Diploma Program (1)

Financial Assistance

We encourage you to look into various funding options available in your province.

We can’t guarantee individual eligibility with any specific funding agency or financial assistance program; however, below is a list of links that may help provide you direction.

Please check back regularly, as we will be adding to the list as more options become available:

Student Aid British Columbia

Mirage Spa Education has compiled a Student Aid BC Handbook – This is your first stop in understanding the requirements, obligations, and policies before applying to Student Aid BC. Please read through the handbook carefully before beginning your application process online.
Mirage Spa Education Student Aid BC Funding Handbook


Financial and training support for young entrepreneurs in Canada – NEW! (Aug 2021)

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (COVID-19)

Use of Registered Plans for Education

Canada Emergency Student Benefit – Canada Revenue Agency

First Nations Post-Secondary Funding


Work in Alberta

Workers Compensation Benefits – Alberta

Student Aid Alberta


Workers Compensation Benefits – British Columbia

Student Aid British Columbia

Work British Columbia – Finance your Education

Financial Assistance for Apprentices British Columbia

Metis Employment and Training British Columbia NW Region(Contact: ReneeBerschaminski)

North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society British Columbia

Lax Kw’alaams Band Office – British Columbia

WorkSafe BC

Work BC – Fort Nelson, BC(Contact:Katheryn MacNeil)

Work Safe BC – Quesnel, BC(Contact:Hazel Krumm, Work BC Centre)

Opportunities Fund Program – BC Centre for Ability – Vancouver, British Columbia(Contact: Sandy Liles)


Government of Manitoba Educational Assistance

(Video) Nail Technician Diploma Course | Centre of Excellence | Transformative Education & Online Learning

Metis Employment and Training Manitoba


Qalipu Mi-Kmaq First Nation(Contact: Colleen Paul)


Labor and Advanced Education Nova Scotia


Kakivak Association – Iqaluit, Nunavut(Contact: Pat Powell or Annie Alexander)

Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students: 1-877-860-0680


Batchewana Employment and Training Ontario

Indian Friendship Center Youth and Employment – Ontario(Contact:Crystal Derochie)

Metis Nation of Ontario – Barrie(Conact:Patricia Graham)

Kagita Mikam Aboriginal Employment and Training – Shannonville, Ontario(Contact:Jake Brant)

Mattagami First Nation – Ontario(Contact:Dereck McKay)

Mississaugasof the Credit First Nation (Contact: Michele King)


Education and Learning Saskatchewan

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Refund Policy


  1. If Mirage Spa Education Inc. receives tuition from the student, or a person on behalf of the student, the institution will refund the student, or the person who paid on behalf of the student, the tuition that was paid in relation to this course in which the student is enrolled if:
    1. the institution receives a notice of withdrawal in writing from the student no later than seven business days after the effective contract date and before the contract start date;
    2. the student, signs the student enrolment contract seven business days or less before the contract start date and the institution receives a notice of withdrawal from the student between the date the student, signed the student enrolment contract and the contract start date; or
  2. Mirage Spa Education Inc. will refund the tuition for this course and all related fees paid by the student or a person on behalf of the student enrolled in the program if the student is enrolled in the course without having met the admission requirements and did not misrepresent his or her knowledge or skills when applying for admission.
  3. Mirage Spa Education Inc. provides this course solely through distance education and the institution receives a student’s notice of withdrawal or the institution delivers a notice of dismissal to the student and:
    1. the student has completed and received an evaluation of his or her performance for up to 30% of the hours of instruction (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week) to be provided during the contract term, the institution may retain up to 30% of the tuition due under the student enrolment contract, or
    2. the student has completed and received an evaluation of his or her performance (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week) for more than 30% but less than 50% of the program, the institution may retain up to 50% of the tuition due under the student enrolment contract.
    3. The student has completed more than 50% of the course (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week) no refund is due.
  4. Refunds required under this policy will be paid to the student, or a person who paid the tuition or fees on behalf of the student, within 30 days:
    1. of the date Mirage Spa Education Inc. receives a student’s notice of withdrawal in writing,
    2. of the date Mirage Spa Education Inc. provides a notice of dismissal to the student in writing,
    3. of the date that the registrar provides notice to Mirage Spa Education Inc. that the institution is not complying, or
    4. after the first 30% of the hours (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week) of instruction if section 3 of this policy applies.
  5. If an international student delivers a copy of a refusal of a study permit to Mirage Spa Education Inc., sections 1(1), 1(2), and 4 of this policy apply as if the copy of the refusal were a notice of withdrawal, unless:
    1. the international student requests an additional letter of acceptance for the same program that was the subject of the refusal of a study permit, or this course is provided solely through distance education.


Phone: 1-833-883-4443



What is the best qualification for a nail technician? ›

Complete a cosmetology course

After graduation, apply for a place on a cosmetology course. These programs offer practical and academic training that can teach you the foundations of nail art, nail care, customer service and hygiene.

Is it hard to learn to be a nail tech? ›

Becoming A Nail Technician

You can have a long, fulfilling, creative career in a nail salon, but there is some hard work and effort required to get there. It's important that you're dedicated to this area of expertise, and that you can fulfil the requirements needed to get your career going.

What is a nail technician diploma? ›

The intensive Complete Professional Diploma in Nail Technology qualification covers the same fundamental skills need to be become a nail technician. You will learn Manicures, Pedicures including luxury services, UV Gels, Acrylics, Sculpting (using Gels and Acrylics) and Nail Art.

How long does learning nails take? ›

You might complete a certificate course in nail technology lasting three months or consider pursuing an associate's degree in cosmetology, which might take one to two years to complete. Nail tech programs are available through vocational schools, community colleges and private training or cosmetology schools.

What qualifications do you need to do nails? ›

A level of training is necessary, and you will be required to obtain professional insurance if you want to perform nail services legally. Work experience is also valuable, but if you want to gain a solid understanding of the profession, then enrol on an online Nail Technician course with learndirect.

What is the highest nail qualification? ›

To become a fully qualified nail technician you have to gain a recognised qualification like VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Nail Technology.

Do you have to be good at drawing to be a nail tech? ›

It takes years of dedication, hard work and passion for someone to achieve this level of mastery in the craft of nails. Being able to draw and paint realistic scenes and pictures, whether it's on a canvas or on a nail's surface is also a skill, an art, and is honed with the same amount of effort as mentioned above.

How long should a nail tech take to do nails? ›

Furthermore, the processes are relatively quick—the answer to “How long does a manicure and pedicure take?” is less than an hour and usually between 30 and 60 minutes. However, it depends on what type of manicure you get.

What are the disadvantages of being a nail technician? ›

  • It is a taxing job. ...
  • Some places are not flexible with scheduling. ...
  • Your pay depends on many factors, including how much business your salon gets, the time of year, your speed at doing nail services, and the prices in your salon.
  • Customers may be difficult, as they are with any job.
Apr 11, 2021

What is a Level 3 diploma in nail technology? ›

This Level 3 Diploma in Nail Technology is a substantial vocational qualification for learners seeking a career as an employed and/or self-employed nail technician. Full Level 3 qualifications are now becoming the required standard if you are looking to open your own Salon or.

What is a Level 3 nail technician? ›

The Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Nail Technology (450) covers a very wide range of skills and knowledge required for working in the nail technology industry. These are compulsory areas: Promote and sell products and services to clients. Enhance and maintain nails using light cured gel, including hard gels.

What is the difference between a nail artist and a nail technician? ›

A nail tech and nail artist are basically the same thing; it is usually only the name that differs. Sometimes It can refer to the type of training the technician received and where they took their training.

How much does it take to learn how to do nails? ›

Most courses take around two months and use a mix of theory and practical learning. You will study techniques and watch them being carried out by leading artists and technicians before practicing them yourself.

How can I learn nail art? ›

Orane International Beauty Institute
  1. Diploma in Nail Art and Extension: 1 month.
  2. Certificate in 3D Nail Art: 2 weeks.
  3. Diploma in Nail Technician/ Nail Art: 2 months.
May 15, 2021

What is the best way to practice acrylic nails? ›

How to practice nail techniques away from clients
  1. Salon owner, educator, former Scratch columnist and award-winning nail stylist, Katie Barnes, offers advice on finding time and tools to practice your techniques… ...
  2. Practice on yourself. ...
  3. Practice on nail tips/wheels. ...
  4. Use a nail trainer. ...
  5. Use a 'C-Curve' Stick or Polish Bottle.
Apr 26, 2017

What is the job description of a nail technician? ›

Nail Technician Responsibilities:

Providing high-quality manicures and pedicures, which includes removing old nail polish from fingernails and toenails, cleaning nails, shaping the ends of nails, pushing back cuticles, and applying new polish based on clients' preferences. Applying artificial nails.

How much do self employed nail technicians make UK? ›

A self-employed nail technician can earn anything from £100-£500 per day, which equates to a salary (before-tax) of £26,000 to £130,000 per year (Based on working 5 days a week). For example, if you charge £25 per set and do 4 sets a day, for 5 days a week – you would earn £500 per week and £26,000 per year.

Do you need a license to do nails at home Canada? ›

FAQ. Do I need a license to do nails at home in Canada? You do not need a license to do nails or open a salon in Canada, but salon owners may not hire you if you don't have a nail technician license. The same applies for all cosmetology, aesthetics and makeup-related work.

How to become a rich nail tech? ›

9 Ways to Boost Your Revenue as a Nail Tech
  1. Limit your service list. ...
  2. Play hard to get. ...
  3. Make clients book themselves. ...
  4. Don't explain price increases. ...
  5. Use less product. ...
  6. Get a side gig. ...
  7. Study something else. ...
  8. Have clients come in less often.
Feb 21, 2018

What are the different types of nail techs? ›

Check them out and see what might be the best fit for you.
  • 1: Salon/Spas. Thinking about nails, your mind probably jumps to a salon. ...
  • 2: Retail and Consulting. As a nail technician, you can become an expert in all things nails. ...
  • 3: Mobile Manicurist. ...
  • Salon Owner. ...
  • 5: Nail Tech Educator. ...
  • Turn Your Love of Nails Into a Career!
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What nails are the most professional? ›

The best nail designs for work are the most traditional. Number one will be always french manicure, this is timeless and the top manicure. Not only for the office. It's just always looks good, professional and works in any occasion.

How much do most nail techs make? ›

How Much Do NAIL Technician Jobs Pay per Year? $26,000 is the 25th percentile. Salaries below this are outliers. $41,500 is the 75th percentile.

How much do the best nail techs make? ›

Nail Tech Salary in California
Annual SalaryHourly Wage
Top Earners$48,961$24
75th Percentile$37,700$18
25th Percentile$22,522$11

How long does a full nail set take? ›

With an experienced artist, it can take an hour for application. With a less experienced technician, it can take 1.5 hours or more.

How long does a full set last? ›

Zuniga says that most clients with acrylics generally come in every two to three weeks to get them filled. However, as long as any lifting of the acrylic is filled in, a set can be worn for six to eight weeks before they need to be removed.

Is being a nail tech stressful? ›

Sometimes catering to clients and other nail salon needs can be stressful, which takes away the joy in doing nails but don't let it stop you from doing what you love; learn to strike a balance between your passion and job even if it's easier said than done.

Do employers care about nails? ›

Employers want to know that you will be capable of doing the job without long nails getting in the way. Employers want to be certain that you'll focus on the job to be done, and not your manicure.

What is a self employed nail technician? ›

In many businesses, particularly those associated with hair or beauty treatments, chair rental agreements are popular. Under such arrangements, the hairdresser, beauty therapist or nail care technician is a self employed sole trader and pays a fee to a salon in order to use their premises and equipment.

Why do nail technicians not wear gloves? ›

Nail and body services will always be seen as skin to skin treatments for some, which is why many technicians choose to avoid gloves altogether when working on clients.

What is the difference between being an Aesthetician and a nail technician? ›

What is the difference between being an esthetician and a nail technician? Estheticians are cosmetologists who specialize in skin care. A nail tech primarily gives manicures and pedicures.

What is a nail conversion course? ›

This a conversion course is for nail technicians who already have. an accredited hard gel qualification but want to learn all about acrylic nail application with tips.

What is a VTCT Level 3 Diploma nail technician? ›

The VTCT Level 3 in Nail Technology is a highly recognised qualification that is accepted across the UK for working in salons, nail bars, hotels and spas or as a freelance nail technician.

What is level 2 nails? ›

The VTCT Level 2 Certificate in Nail Technology course is a vocational qualification that will prepare you for employment in the nail industry. You will gain the skills, understanding and knowledge required to perform professional manicures, nail overlay treatments including acrylics/UV gel applications and nail art.

What is level 2 nail art? ›

Level 2. Abstract designs, stamping, swirls, liquid metal, polka dots, animal Prints, marble/quartz, and simple geometric designs.

Is a manicurist a nail technician? ›

Manicurists and pedicurists, sometimes called nail technicians, work exclusively on the hands and feet to groom fingernails and toenails. A typical service involves soaking the clients' hands or feet to soften the skin in order to remove dead skin cells and artificial nails.

What is a nail doctor called? ›

A dermatologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating the skin, hair, and nails. Dermatologists care for people of all ages.

Why choose nail technician? ›

This Career Path Offers Flexibility and Independence

If you're artistic but also want a flexible work schedule, starting a nail business or being a nail technician may be the perfect job.

How often do you go to a nail salon? ›

However, professionals suggest leaving two to three weeks between each manicure and pedicure is ideal for keeping your nails in the best shape. Within this time frame, your nails and cuticles will begin to dry and grow jagged.

How much money can you make of nails? ›

Nail Technician Salaries
Job TitleSalary
Nail Technician salaries - 1 salaries reported$16/hr
Nail Technician salaries - 1 salaries reported$13/hr
Nail Technician salaries - 1 salaries reported$19/hr
Nail Technician salaries - 1 salaries reported$53,708/yr
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Should I learn to do my own nails? ›

Whether you're trying to save money or you're still iffy on going to the salon, there's never a bad time to master doing your own manicure at home. Not only is there a real satisfaction to painting your own nails (and saving a little cash), but it can also have therapeutic benefits.

How long is nail polish good for? ›

Regular nail polish lasts for around 18 to 24 months on average, whereas gel nail polish lasts for around 24 to 36 months, with unopened bottles lasting the longest. Nail polishes only start to expire once they have been opened, so try to avoid opening a bottle if you are not going to use it immediately.

Can I learn nail art online? ›

Our online nail art for beginners course is designed to get you started so you can offer beautiful nail art to your clients. You will learn 11 different nail art techniques that can be adapted for you to create numerous sets of stunning nails.

How do I start a nail tech for beginners? ›

Here are the basic steps to becoming a nail technician:
  1. Graduate from high school. A high school diploma or GED is required to enter cosmetology programs and qualify for licensure. ...
  2. Complete a cosmetology course. ...
  3. Obtain your license. ...
  4. Perform continuing education activities. ...
  5. Develop your skills. ...
  6. Gain experience.
Dec 12, 2022

What goes on acrylic nails first? ›

Applying Acrylic:
  • Step one: Pour your monomer liquid. Begin by pouring your monomer into your dapper dish. ...
  • Step two: Dip into acrylic powder. ...
  • Step three: Apply the acrylic bead. ...
  • Step four: Sculpt the acrylic. ...
  • Step five: Dry the acrylic. ...
  • Step 6: File the nail. ...
  • Step 7: Add a top coat.
Nov 17, 2021

What are the hardest things to do with acrylic nails? ›

  • Typing on a keyboard. ...
  • You can't be silent while texting or typing. ...
  • Retrieving any type of card from any type of slot. ...
  • Putting on any type of makeup that you'd usually apply with your fingers. ...
  • Flossing. ...
  • Buttoning anything. ...
  • Opening a can of soda. ...
  • Wearing gloves.
Feb 2, 2016

Can you learn acrylic nails online? ›

If you're wondering if an acrylic nail course is right for you, just ask yourself – do you want the latest training and skills in this timeless art? If the answer is yes, an acrylic nail course online is the perfect option. Online acrylic nail courses allow you to learn the latest techniques and perfect your skills.

How do I get my nail tech license in Colorado? ›

Nail Technician: 20 credit hours or 600 contact hours, covering at least the following course topics: manicuring and pedicuring; application of artificial nails; laws and rules; management, ethics, interpersonal skills and salesmanship; and disinfection, cleaning, and safe work practices.

What do you need to be a beginner nail technician? ›

What do you need as a beginner in nail tech?
  1. Multiple nail files. ...
  2. Cuticle clippers & oil. ...
  3. Base coat & top coat. ...
  4. Nail polish in a variety of colours. ...
  5. Nail tips. ...
  6. Acrylic powder & liquid. ...
  7. Brushes. ...
  8. UV system.

Can you do nails in Colorado without a license? ›

The Office of Barber & Cosmetology Licensure regulates individuals who practice in the State of Colorado as barbers, cosmetologists, hairstylists, estheticians, and nail technicians. Licensure for these occupations is mandatory in Colorado.

How much does nail tech school cost in Colorado? ›

You can expect to pay between $15,000 and $20,000 for cosmetology school. These costs cover application fees, tuition, kit, supplies, and textbooks.

How much does it cost to get a nail license in Colorado? ›

You must first complete the Licensure by Examination Application either online through the Colorado Cosmetology Licensure Portal or by printing and completing a paper application. The application fee is $28.

What state pays nail techs the most? ›

Detailed List Of Nail Technician Salaries By State
RankStateAdjusted Salary
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Apr 11, 2022

Who is the most successful nail tech? ›

If you're looking for a role model to motivate you, then here's our roundup of celebrity nail tech artists you should follow.
  • Alicia Torello. ...
  • Betina Goldstein. ...
  • Britney Tokyo. ...
  • Jenny Bui. ...
  • Eloisa Marie Perez. ...
  • Coca Michelle. ...
  • Eri Ishizu. ...
  • Thuy Nguyen.
Mar 12, 2022

Do nail techs make money off tips? ›

As a nail technician, tips can vary between 15%-25% of the total bill. According to our research, 90% of customers tip nail technicians. These tips make up a portion of the average nail technician's pay, which is around $13.30/hour. According to US News, the overall median salary for a nail technician is $23,230.

How do I start a successful nail business? ›

8 Strategies for Opening a Successful New Nail Salon
  1. Craft a business plan. ...
  2. Use free resources available to small businesses. ...
  3. Research and identify a great location. ...
  4. Obtain equipment. ...
  5. Consider a partnership and find financing for your new business. ...
  6. Complete legal requirements. ...
  7. Recruit and hire professionals.
Jun 20, 2016

What do nail techs dip the brush in? ›

The nail technician will dip the brush in a liquid (monomer) then dip it in a powder (polymer). This will form a blob of product which is then placed on top of your nail and shaped using the brush. It dries by itself.

How many Colours should a nail tech have? ›

30 colours are more than enough. You do not need 300 to be considered a nail tech. From my experience clients keep choosing the same colours anyway. Even if I have hundreds I still have a few which are extra popular.

What all do I need to do my nails at home? ›

What You'll Need
  1. Nail polish remover.
  2. Nail file.
  3. Nail buffer.
  4. Cuticle softener.
  5. Cuticle pusher.
  6. Cuticle oil.
  7. Base coat.
  8. Nail polish.
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