Basic Manicure and Pedicure Skills: A Flexible Learning Course
Through the INVEST Africa partnership of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), representatives of three Kenyan institutes, namely Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Mombasa Technical Training Institute and Thika Technical Training Institute developed a course on Basic Manicure and Pedicure Skills for non-formal community training. The course materials can be found here. Manicure and pedicure treatments are one of the fastest growing services in the beauty therapy industry. The Basic Manicure and Pedicure Skills course will develop knowledge and skills in the application of manicure and pedicure beauty treatments. This course will provide an introduction to the practice of manicure and pedicure and how to provide a full consultation to clients. Students will also learn how to maintain good hygiene and safety in all procedures, and how to perform a professional manicure, pedicure and special treatments.
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