Nash Approved On the Job Training Site

About Nash Approved On the Job Training Site

OJT Sites are Nash Approved Salons that offer on the job training to their employees plus online training using the Nash System of Pet Care Education (NSPCE).

Role of the Nash Approved On the Job Training Site

The role of the OJT site is to partner with the NSPCE to set standards in the industry by offering employees the opportunity to go through teaching, training, and testing programs to achieve diplomas and certification for their individual job positions. 

 

OJT Sites Play a Major Role in the Pet Care Industry

Salons offering on the job training make dreams come true for many pet lovers who cannot afford to pay for the training at a school or cannot secure financing or be without a weekly salary for an extended amount of time or travel out of town. 

Practical Skills Onsite Trim Style Tests Required

Employees who receive on the job training in practical skills and complete their online series of courses can attend a Nash Test Site to complete the required trim styles and salon safety certifications to receive their Diploma. 

 

Test Sites for Nash Approved System

Test sites are conducted at Nash Approved Schools and Training Sites using the Nash System. Tests are hosted at the International Judges Association for Dog Grooming Competitions (IJA) and Championship Training Events conducted in salons and pet expos throughout the USA . Competitors who compete in the competition receive credit for their trim styles toward the requirements for their diploma programs. 

Who Will Teach Employees at On The Job Training (OJT) Sites?

A Nash Approved OJT Site requires individuals who train employees to successfully complete the Nash System Diploma Program to teach the art of bathing, grooming, and styling dogs with professionalism.

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