Nash Approved Internship Site
Nash Approved Internship Site for a Nash Approved School
The role of the Nash Approved Internship Site is to provide training in bathing, grooming, and styling for students to complete their practical skills portion of the diploma program.
Internship sites make it possible for students who cannot travel or secure financing to pay for their onsite training—one of the best methods to find your next employee.
Student Status at a Practical Skills Site Offering Internship Training
An individual participating in an internship is considered a student at Nash Academy.
The student is not an employee of the internship site.
The salon does have the option to hire the student after training.
Does the Student Pay a Tuition Fee for Practical Skills Training?
The student is not required to pay tuition fees for the onsite practical skills portion of the diploma program at an internship site location.
The student must pay administrative fees to Nash Academy.
Nash Academy pays the site administrative fees to record grades and attendance.
The site does not receive monetary compensation from the school to train students.
Practical Skills Onsite Trim Style Tests Required
Student Interns who receive training in practical skills and complete the required online series of courses can attend a Nash Test Site to complete the trim styles necessary to obtain their Diploma.
Test Sites for Nash Approved System
Test sites are offered at Nash Approved Schools and Training Sites. The International Judges Association conducts test sites at their competitions and championship training events and certifications. Competitors who compete in the competitions receive credit for their trim styles toward their diploma programs’ requirements.
Who Will Teach Students at Internship Sites?
A Nash Approved Internship Site requires individuals with a Level 2 Master Groomer (equivalent) to teach the art of bathing, grooming, and styling dogs with professionalism.