Tiffin Academy of Hair Design: For a Successful Career

The overall mission of the Tiffin Academy of Hair Design is to provide an equal opportunity to anyone desiring a career in Managing Cosmetology or Managing Manicuring, by giving each student the very best training possible, teaching them the specific skills and related subjects necessary for them to succeed in the cosmetology or nail industry today, and tomorrow.

The Academy is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences

The objective of the 1800 Hour Combined Managing Cosmetology Course is to give the student a comprehensive understanding of cosmetology, which includes not only training in the care of the hair, skin and nails, but also general salon management and additional advanced cosmetology. Upon completion of the Managing Cosmetology Course, the student will be able to successfully demonstrate the skills required to pass the Ohio State Board Manager’s examination, as well as possess the skills and knowledge needed to successfully manage and operate a licensed salon, whether it be for the students themselves, as the owner/manager, or for someone else as an employee/manager.

When a student enrolls in a course they will be furnished with the appropriate complete course outline. If, however, a copy is desired prior to that time, please contact the Academy.

The objective of the Managing Manicurist Course, which requires 300 hours of training in Ohio, is to give the student a comprehensive understanding of manicuring, artificial nail application and other necessary related skills, including salon management. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to successfully demonstrate the skills needed to pass the Ohio State Board Examination, as well as the professional skills that will be required of a managing manicurist in a licensed salon.

The course in Managing Manicuring here at the Academy includes training on conventional manicuring and pedicuring as well as sculptured nails, and nail tips with overlays.

When the student has completed the basic training portion of the course, which involves approximately 100 hours of the theory and practice of basic manicuring and nail application, they will be allowed to begin performing nail services on clinic patrons. Students will continue to improve and refine their skills as they progress through the course. Management classes will also be incorporated throughout the course.

The Tiffin Academy has Federal Financial Aid available to those students who qualify. In order to determine what types of aid you may qualify to receive, you must complete an application and submit it to the United States Department of Education.

This FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Financial Aid) can be completed several ways:

  • They have a supply of paper applications available that you can request, complete and mail to the Department. This is the lengthiest of the application processes.
  • You may complete a paper application and return it to them. They will then submit it electronically through the school. We usually have the results back in about 3-5 business days.
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