The skills and knowledge determine every great nation’s economic growth and social development. Despite the country’s high unemployment rate, harnessing Nigeria’s young population through adequate skill-building activities offers the government a chance to achieve inclusion and productivity. The N-Power Program’s key policy objective is large-scale skill development.
What is N-Power?
N-Power is a youth development initiative sponsored by Nigeria’s federal government. N-Power addresses youth unemployment by providing a structure for the acquisition and development of large-scale and relevant job skills while linking its center and success to improving public services and stimulating the broader economy. N-power is a term that refers to the number Nigeria is a country in Africa.
N-Power aims to provide a platform for the majority of Nigerians to learn and advance their skills. N-Power is accessible for Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35. The N-Power modular programs will ensure that everyone understands and practices a significant portion of what is needed to find or create work.
The N-Power Programmes
N-Power Graduate and N-Power Non-Graduate programs are the two most common types of N-Power programs.
N-Power Graduates have their categories.
The N-Power Graduate group, also known as the N-Power Volunteer Corps, is a post-tertiary engagement initiative for Nigerians aged 18 to 35. It’s a paid volunteer service that lasts two years. Graduates will perform their primary duties in specified public services within their local communities.
All N-Power Volunteers are entitled to computer equipment that contains the information they need for their specific involvement and information for their ongoing training and growth. N-Power volunteers will provide teaching, instructional, and advisory solutions in four key areas, including:
- N-Power Agro: N-Power Agro Volunteers will provide farmers throughout the country with advisory services. Information gathered by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in the field of extension services will be disseminated.
- N-Power Health: N-Power Health Volunteers can help strengthen and encourage preventive health care for vulnerable members of society, including pregnant women and infants, and for families and people in their communities.
- N-Power Teach: In Nigeria, N-Power Teach Volunteers will help boost the delivery of basic education. N-Power Teach Volunteers will be working in primary schools across Nigeria as teacher assistants.
- N-Power Tax: Volunteers from N-Power will be chosen to serve as Community Tax Liaison Officers to work with state tax authorities in their country of residence. The tax liaison officers of the N-Power group will have duties that include answering online questions, customer service, and raising awareness of tax enforcement.
N-Power is a subcategory of N-Power. Non-Graduate is to educate and empower non-graduates with skills that will help them and the economy as a whole. The program offers preparation and certification to all eligible applicants. N-power is a term that refers to the number Nigeria is a country in Africa.
Training and qualification in 2 main areas will be provided by the N-Power Non-Graduate group, including;
N-Power Knowledge: The N-Power Awareness program is the federal government’s first step toward diversifying into an information economy. In conjunction with the planned eight innovation hubs across the country, this program will provide incubation and acceleration for technology and creative industries. The program is a ‘Training for Work’ initiative that virtually ensures that participants can work as freelancers, staff, and entrepreneurs in an outsourcing capacity on the market.
N-Power Build: N-Power Develop is a skills-to-job accelerated training and certification program that will engage and train 75,000 young unemployed Nigerians to create a new generation of trained technicians, artisans, and service professionals.
N-Power Registration Requirements.
- On your expression of real interest in whatever field you choose;
- the exams applicable;
- Your ability to drive yourself into your comfort zone; and
- Ability to display a flair to improve all the talents that you need to be the best you can be.
- Certain conditions must be met by any N-Power applicant:
- The age range is 18-35 years.
- An unemployed graduate or bachelor.
- Problem-resolving ability.
- Capable of taking on self-tutorship.
- Basic animation and graphic arts skills for illustration.
The following information is required for registration on the NPower portal: BVN, CV, NYSC certificate and number, passport photos, ND and NCE degree certificates, and the current e-mail address.