I must admit, I'm very much of that mind now too - I think I need to learn all over again with CND - its so annoying to have wasted a year learning (and I use that term loosely!) from a tutor who is going completely against everything I've ever read about and worse still, totally ignores product supplier advice. I could go on for hours telling you just what she has told us to do - it is truly outrageous :shock: but fortunately, I've simply ignored her and followed the "professional" methods - she's tried several times to stop me but I have told her it clearly says in our course literature itself that manufacturer instructions take precedence over anything she or suggests! She can't argue with that, can she :tongue:?!!!debbiepromotions said:I agree with you about the VTCT course. I did that and came away feeling as if I`d taught myself and although I`d been doing nails for 2 years before doing it I still don`t feel that clever. I have booked to do a CND 4 day course even though I could do the conversion but I feel confident that I`ll get a lot from doing the whole course.
Merci Madame Geekmrs geek said:Hi Ladies - have found it most interesting reading your posts! :shock: Training is SUCH an issue and as we have said many times before, you naturally expect to get decent training in a college enviroment. I am truly glad that the lovely Dawnie had a good experience. As for the two of you, at least you have done your home work and Holly said, the bad experience has essentailly helped her be more pedantic about choosing correctly the next time around. Good luck to the both of you!! :thumbsup:
P.S. I LOVE your avatar Holly - tres chic!!!