Physical verification for N-power Build successful applicants commences today Monday, November 13, 2017 across Nigeria, N-power has said in its social media channels.
N-Build is one of the sub categories of non-graduate programme of the government’s job initiative programme.
These applicants are those who applied in the 2016 application process.
According to N-power, selected applicants would be trained in seven components.
2) Carpentry and Joinery
3) Electrical Installation
5) Painting and Decoration
6) Plumbing and Pipefitting
7) Welding and Fabrication
Note that the physical verification is one of the qualifying criteria which must be fulfilled by shortlisted applicants.
Failure to partake in the physical verification is an automatic disqualification.
N-power Build Physical Verification Requirements
Physical verification for the N-power Build commences on November 13, 2017 nationwide, so what is required for N-Build successful applicants?
Identification Card which shows your name. Acceptable ID cards include Driver’s Licence, National ID Card, INEC Voter’s Card, International Passport.
Birth Certificate which corroborate your age.
Proof of address of residence
Beneficiaries are urged to attend the physical verification as anyone who failed to attend the physical verification exercise will automatically be disqualified.
Frequently Asked Questions about N-power Build
What is the duration of N-power Build?
Duration for the N-Build is 12 months: (3 months training and 9 months apprenticeship, check below for the breakdown)
What’s the duration of training for N-power Build?
N-power build successful candidates will be trained for three months in training centres across the country.
How many months would they work?
They will spend nine months (apprenticeship) with partnering employers.
What are the benefits of N-power Build beneficiaries?
Verified beneficiaries will get training work tools and training consumables distributed to the N-power training partners.
What’s the monthly stipend for N-Build beneficiaries?
Verified beneficiaries will get monthly stipend of N10,000