Currently not all areas of the World accept Accredited Online Training for Basic Licensing.

If you plan to take our FULL TAOND Certified Program you must contact your local regulatory board PRIOR to purchasing this program to ask whether your board will accept Internationally Accredited Online Training Program for Basic Licensing.

AND REMEMBER - If you are interested in Training for Basic Licensing and want to take your Training Online, when speaking to your Regulatory Board to ask if they accept 3rd party evaluations, because some  may accept W.E.S. or A.C.R.E.V.S. Program Evaluation in order for you to qualify to take the state licensing exam?

What is a third party evaluation report?


Both Academic & Credential Record Evaluation & Verification Service (ACREVS) and World Education Service (WES) provide third party evaluations for International Programs and send their reports directly to your state board. So when you contact your board to ask about Online Training, be sure to ask if your board accepts either a WES or ACREVS report.


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Contact information for State Board and BASIC Nail Professional Training Requirements:

Nail Technician: license required - 600 hours
Minimum Requirements: All applicants must have at least a 10th grade education or its' equivalent. Home Salons and Mobile Salons allowed.
Reciprocity: A) Notwithstanding sections 32-511 and 32-512, a person is entitled to receive a cosmetologist, aesthetician or nail technician license if he: 1) Submits to the board under oath an application for a cosmetologist, aesthetician or nail technician license on a form supplied by the board. 2) Has practiced as a licensed cosmetologist, aesthetician or nail technician for at least one of the five years immediately preceding his application in another state or country and holds a current license in that state or country. 3) Pays the prescribed fees. B) For purposes of substantial equivalent requirements under subsection A, paragraph 2 of this section, the board may consider length of work experience in the state in which the person was licensed before applying for a license under this section if the training requirements of that state are less than sixteen hundred hours.

Arizona State Board of Cosmetology
1721 E. Broadway Rd.
Tempe, AZ 85282-1611
480/784-4539
Fax 480-784-4962