One of Georgia’s nicknames is the “Peach State”. As you’d expect this is because the orchards are known for producing exceptional fruit. The peach is also the official state fruit.
How To Get Your License in Georgia
In the US business community Georgia is ranked #1 for being the best place to do business. This makes it a great place to take your nail tech training. You can be assured that the administrative side of getting your license is well taken care of.
The first thing you need to do on the way to getting your license is to complete the necessary training either at school (525 hours), or through an apprenticeship (2,050 hours).
Once you have graduated from an accredited school you’ll need to successfully complete a practical and a written exam in order to get your license. Once you have your license you’ll need to get it renewed every two years. Renewal requires payment of a fee and completion of 5 hours of training.
There are plenty of nail tech jobs in GA, so once you have your license you won’t have much trouble getting hired. Even better, the beauty industry is predicted to grow nationwide for the next few years at least.
Get an idea of the tools and equipment you’ll need in order to do your nail training.
Academy of Beauty Arts – Flowery Branch
Academy of Beauty – 121 Main St., Gainesville 30501 – Boasts small class sizes, high graduation and completion rates and of course plenty of hands-on training to install confidence through experience and make facing the Georgia state board exams less stressful.
American Beauty College – Forest Park
American Professional Institute – Macon
Beauty College of America – Forest Park
Georgia Career Institute (GA) – Conyers, GA – Founded in 1975 with a mission to provide both sexes the top education in beauty. In 2001 programs in aesthetics and massage therapy were added to the programs offerings.
Elaine Sterling Institute – Atlanta – The Elaine Sterling Institute provides word class education in a modern clinic setting. In order to prepare their students for this competitive industry, they combine American science with European standards to create a well rounded curriculum. Their nail and esthetics programs offer flexible hours at an affordable rate.
If being a nail tech is not quite your thing, navigate to our pages for Georgia schools that offer makeup training, esthetics training, cosmetology and barbering.
Nail Technology in the US – Schools by State
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