This course offers you another career path as a nail technician, a step into another way of performing your craft as a nail technician at an entirely new level. It takes you through the steps of approaching medical practices and creating various working relationships. As a safety-trained nail technician, one of your best assets is the ability to observe and recognize conditions that need to be referred to a physician – without diagnosing, of course. This program will take you through the considerations you will make as you reach out in your community to establish contacts in the medical field.
Or, perhaps you are ready for a shift in your career? You might want to work in a medical practice helping people with cosmetic foot care, whether as an employee or an independent contractor. This program takes you through the necessary steps to give you the best possible success as you introduce an innovative and new-to-physicians cosmetic service in their medical practices, one that adds a new source of income for them, and a new work environment for you, the nail technician. All the steps from approaching medical practices, to interviewing, negotiating your compensation and what to expect when you show up for work are discussed. Checklists and timelines for both you and the physician’s or podiatrist’s office will keep you on track to successfully launch and build a much-needed service model.