Friday, June 10, 2016

How Federal Government Is Creating Job Opportunity Via N-Power Program

According To Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) N-Power is a job creation and empowerment initiative of the federal Government under the social Investment Programme. N-Power will empower young Nigerians with lifelong skills and tools to make a difference in their lives and communities.

The focus is to provide our young graduates and non-graduates with the skills, tools and livelihood to enable them advance from unemployment to employment, entrepreneurship and innovation. The first phase of N-Power will target Nigeria’s critical needs in education, agriculture, technology, creative, construction and artisanal industries.

N-Power is also preparing Nigeria for a global outsourcing push where our young Nigerians can export their services to work on global projects that earn Nigeria, foreign exchange.

For the purposes of N-Power, Graduate means having a minimum of a Higher National Diploma (HND) or a Bachelors Degree from a higher institution.

The Programme is divided into 3 Phases

N-Power Teachers Corp Programme
It is a paid volunteering programme of a 2 year duration in which 500,000 unemployed graduates will be train in 4 different key areas; Agro, Health, Teach and Community Education.

N-Power Knowledge Programme
Here you’ll be train in the area of Technology and creative industries. It is divided into three main key areas. Creative, Hardware and Software.

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N-Power Build
This is aim at training (Skills to Job) 75,000 young unemployed Nigerians in order to build a new crop of skilled and highly competent workforce of technicians, artisans and service professionals.

How to Apply?
Application will be open from June 2016. Go to http://npower.gov.ng/ to apply.

2 comments:

  1. This post came in back then when the incentive package wasn't Introduced

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  2. Some guys to the best of my knowledge are just enjoying the cool cash without going to the place of primary assignment.

    Something should be done about this ugly trend

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