Will I be fully accredited once I have completed the course?

Yes, once you have passed the course you will be fully accredited by ABT which
enables you to gain insurance for yourself as a Nail technician.

Will I be insured once I have gained my accreditation?

No, you have to purchase insurance for yourself, but you do receive a 10% off
discount with my code with ABT.

Do I have to remove Acrylic nails or gel polish before attending the course?

Yes all Nails must be removed beforehand as you will need to practice on each
other on the course.

How long is the lunch break and do I need to bring Lunch with me?

You will get 30 minutes in the middle of the day for lunch, Yes you can bring lunch
with you or there is a shop round the corner. Tea, Coffee & water is provided.

Do I get support throughout & after the course?

Yes, once you book onto a course you will receive full support, you will be added to
a whats app group prior to the course starting which will include final details and
can be used to ask questions throughout the course. Once the course is finished
you will be added to the Abby Jay Academy support group on Facebook.

What is the best course to start with?

If you are a beginner, we have 2 courses that you could start with, the Acrylic
Foundation course and the Gel polish course. You do not need any experience to
attend these courses.

Do you offer 1-2-1 sessions?

Yes, 1-2-1 sessions are designed for existing nail technicians who need some extra
guidance, want to build skills or work on techniques, these are tailor made to your

What if I don’t complete my portfolio in time?

If portfolios don’t meet the standard and are incomplete on graduation day, I will be
unable to pass you on the day. You will still have to attend graduation day for your
practical assessment but would be given your certificate once you had completed
your portfolio at a later date. Charges may apply.

How many students will be on the course?

I keep my class sizes small to ensure a quality learning experience and accept a
maximum of 10 students per course.