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National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme
National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme

National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme – There’s avalanche of jobs and vocational skills training programme set up by the federal Government of Nigeria through National Directorate Of Employment.

1. Categories of Programme

. Small Scale Enterprises Program

The Department provides business training and facilitates the establishment of micro-businesses as a means of job creation.

. Rural Employment Promotion Programme

The Department provides business training and facilitates the establishment of micro-businesses as a means of job creation.

. Rural Agricultural Programme & Trainning Scheme

The Department provides business training and facilitates the establishment of micro-businesses as a means of job creation.

2. SKILLS ACQUISITION SCHEMES

. Vocational SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (VSD)

The Vocational Skills Development programme is one of the Directorate’s job creation programme primarily concerned the equipping the unemployed with productive, functional and marketable skills. The skills acquisition intervention, introduced as a novel approach in combating mass unemployment, has remained a veritable tool since the inception of NDE in 1987.

The programme involves the use of NDE skills acquisition training centers across the country as well as informal sector operators such as master crafts-men and women as training outlets for unskilled school leavers.

Where the informal sector operators are use, the trainees are attached with them for periods long enough for the apprentices to acquire the necessary skills. The department also deploys well-equipped mobile workshops to train unemployed youths in rural areas where informal training outlets are non-existent.

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  1. TRAINING FOR THE VULNERABLE:

    This special vocational training is designed for unskilled and unemployed persons with special needs [i.e. vulnerable, physically challenged, widows, commercial sex workers, displaced persons, orphans etc] in order to empower them with functional skills that will enable them to become self-employed and self-reliant.

    Skills include:

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [ 1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
  2. SCHOOL-ON-WHEELS:

    The scheme deploys well equipped Mobile Training Workshops {MTWs] with vocational skills training facilities to rural areas where training outlets are deficient or nonexistent: it is aimed at creating a pool of artisans that will readily address the needs of the rural environment, promote economic activities therein and also stem the tide of rural-urban drift.

    Skills under this scheme include:

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • computer [6 months]
    • welding [1 year]
    • electrical installation [18 months]
    • carpentry [18 months]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
    • motorcycle repairs [1 year]
    • auto-mechanic [2 years]
    • radio/television repairs [2 years]
    • inter locking tiles [6 months]
    • printing [2 years]
  3. NATIONAL OPEN APPRENTICESHIP:

    The scheme is targeted at unskilled and unemployed youths both male and female to equip them with relevant demand driven skills.

    The scheme is implemented at 2 levels namely:

    B-NOAS: National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme

    is a scheme through which unemployed school leavers are recruited and posted to Master Craftsmen/women who are informal sector operators or to NDE Skills acquisition Centers to acquire marketable vocational skills.

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • computer [6 months]
    • welding [1 year]
    • electrical installation [18 months]
    • carpentry [18 months]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
    • motorcycle repairs [1 year]
    • auto-mechanic [2 years]
    • radio/television repairs [2 years]
    • inter locking tiles [6 months]
    • printing [2 years]
    A-NOAS: / National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme

    A-NOAS is designed for artisans who graduated from B-NOAS. It is aimed at u-grading their skills to higher levels of competence.

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  1. LADY CHAUFFEUR:

    This training is designed to impart driving skills to females who choose to take on professional driving as means of livelihood. After the training, they are evaluated by the Federal Road Safety Corp.

    Duration [3 months].

  2. COMMUNITY BASED TRAINING SCHEME [CBTS]:

    The community based training scheme is aimed at training youths and women in high income generating activities within their various localities. This is with a view to engaging them in productive ventures thereby enabling them to contribute to the economic well-being of the nation.

    Skills under this scheme:

    • POP design
    • Production of interlocking blocks
    • Satellite dish installation and tracking
    • Interior decoration
  3. RESETTLEMENT SCHEME [RS]:

    The resettlement scheme is designed to assist graduates of the National Open Apprenticeship Scheme [NOAS] with tools and equipment and working capital to enable them establish and run their own businesses successfully.

  4. ARTISANS RESETTLEMENT MAINTENANCE SCHEME [ARMS]:

    Under this scheme, graduated trainees of B-NOAS are empowered with cash to start their own businesses.

  5. TRAINERS CAPACITY UPGRADE:

    Towards enhancing the quality of training at the skills acquisition centers of the master crafts men/women, the NDE introduced the TCU, this scheme involves the provision of capital as soft loan to some of the master trainers to up-grade their centres with modern tools and equipment qualitative and effective training delivery.

.SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES (SSE)

The Small Scale Enterprises [SSE] programme is one of the four core programmes of the NDE designed to inculcate in the unemployed Nigerian graduates and other interested persons, the spirit, creativity and self-reliance with a view to assisting them set up their own businesses in order to create employment for themselves and other Nigerians.

  1. NDE-ENTERPRISE AND FINANCE COUNSELING CLINIC [NDE-EFCC]:

    This initiative is targeted at unemployed graduates of higher institutions who are exposed to a unique mode of business training.

    Beneficiaries are exposed to the experiences of successful NDE loans beneficiaries:

    • Undergo counseling from NDE Counseling Officers
    • Interact with Financial Institutions
    • In addition, taught business Management Skills to enable them write bankable feasibility reports. Beneficiaries are thereafter linked to possible sources of finance to establish their chosen businesses [duration of training 8 days]

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  1. GRADUATE ENTERPRISE ATTACHMENT SCHEME [GEAS]:

    The graduate Enterprise Attachment Scheme [GEAS] is designed to provide temporary employment opportunities for unemployed graduates of tertiary institutions. Under the scheme the scheme, participants are exposed to entrepreneurial skills while work cultures and attitudes are inculcated into them, which would enhance their employability. For those that are interested in self-employment, it would give them the opportunity to acquire on-the-job training and increase their chances of success in their own businesses. The period of attachment is for six months.

  2. PREPARATION PROCESSING AND PACKAGING TRAINING SCHEME [PPPTS]:

    The Preparation Processing and Packaging Training Scheme [PPPTS] Is a scheme targeted at the unemployed, which includes graduates, non-graduates and women and is designed to train them on how to prepare, Process and package agricultural; and non-agricultural products in line with international best practices. The duration of the training is 3 weeks, two weeks practical attachment to identified enterprises known for specific product processing and packaging within their locality, followed by six days of theoretical training on the same product and business management training.

  3. ENTERPRISE START-UP AND DEVELOPMENT TRAINING SCHEME [ESDTS]:

    This is delivered through the organization of business training for unemployed graduates of tertiary institutions, matured people and retirees with a view to inculcating entrepreneurial traits in them by assisting them to conceptualize their business ideas into marketable products and services that would be sold at a profit. It is geared towards tutoring beneficiaries to write a bankable feasibility report. Attendance of this training is a prerequisite to access loans under the Enterprise Creation Fund.

  4. MICRO BUSINESS SKILLS TRAINING SCHEME [MBSTS]:

    The training is meant to expose school leavers, artisans and graduated trainees of the NDE;s programmes to the rudiments of business operations and management.

  5. MICRO ENTERPRISES ENHANCEMENT SCHEME [MEES]:

    The scheme is designed to meet the needs of operators of micro enterprises desirous of expanding the scope of their business.

  6. ENTERPRISE CREATION FUND [ECF]:

    Under this scheme, loans are disbursed to beneficiaries of SSE training programmes whose feasibility reports were appraised and found viable. These loans are accessible to both graduate and non-graduate beneficiaries of Start-Your-Own-Business [SYOB] AND Basic Business Training [BBT] schemes.

    Loans are disbursed in line with agreed milestones between the Directorate and the loan beneficiaries.

  7. TRAINING FOR WOMEN IN INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES:

    This training is conducted under the Women Employment Branch [WEB], Women are trained on business skills to enable them establish specific skill-based enterprises within the shortest possible time. The acquired skills enable the women generate income with a view to empowering them to be self-employed. At the end of the training selected participants are provided with seed funds to set up and practice the skills they have acquired.

    In this way, wealth is created as well as employment generated. Skills under this scheme are:

    • Cosmetology
    • Making of shoe and bag with adire materials
    • Soft furnishing
    • Beads and wire works
    • Hat making
    • Tie and dye
    • Confectionery

.SPECIAL PUBLIC WORKS (SPW)

  1. GRADUATE COACHING SCHEME [GCS]:

    The Graduate Coaching Scheme [GCS] basically involves the recruitment of graduates of tertiary institutions with bias in education where available, as instructors to coach the students preparing for WAEC/NECO/JAMB.

    Duration is 3 months.

  2. GRADUATE ATTACHMENT PROGRAMME [GAP]:

    This scheme is designed to provide unemployed graduates with practical experience and skills through hands on training for a period of 6 months in reputable organizations where their services are needed with regard to their area of specialization.

    Duration is 1 year.

  3. SOLAR ENERGY TRAINING SCHEME [SETS]:

    Solar Energy Training Scheme [SETS] involves the training of unemployed graduates on maintenance and installation of solar powers systems as well as procurement of solar panels.

    Duration is 6 months.

  4. ENVIRONMENTAL BEAUTIFICATION TRAINING SCHEME [EBTS]:

    This scheme is designed for the training of unemployed persons [graduate and non-graduate] in hard and soft landscaping.

    They are 3 categories of skills under this scheme namely:

    • Hard landscaping [interlocking ties]
    • Soft landscaping [planting of flowers for indoor and outdoor beautification]
    • Plaster of Paris [POP]
  5. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SCHEME [CDS]:

    This scheme is designed to generate mass employment at community levels in collaboration with benefiting communities, which provides a ready source of on-the–job training for unskilled and skilled members of the community leading to capacity building of designated technical personnel. Equally, public infrastructure is established and regularly maintained.

    Skills under this scheme are:

    • Concrete well/water catchment construction
    • Sanitation
    • Neighborhood corps

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.RURAL EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION (REP)

  1. RURAL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING SCHEME [RADTS]:

    RADTS adopted farming demonstration and training approach in capacity building for community empowerment and rural development. This training is for school leavers and other members of the rural community.

    Duration is 3 months. Training duration: Tutorial classes and practical demonstration – 1 month,Attachment to well established farms – 2 months.

    The skills set under this scheme are:

    • Crop production
    • Livestock
    • Agriculture
    • Micro-livestock
    • Agro-services
    • Business training
  1. INTEGRATED FARMING AND TRAINING SCHEME [IFTS]:

    This involves the impartation of agri-business skills, life skills and success attitudes that will lead to competence in the proper management of mixed farming enterprises as agric-preneurs to unemployed graduate of tertiary institutions. After the training, beneficiaries are empowered with cash component to set up mixed farms at the IFTS Centers.

    Presently, states with IFTS centers are:

    • Abia
    • Borno
    • Delta
    • Katsina
    • Kwara
    • Oyo

    Duration is 3 years.

  2. RURAL HANDICRAFT TRAINING SCHEME [RHTS]:

    This involves training the rural farmer participants in the production and marketing of viable handicrafts within their localities using locally sourced raw materials. The training lasts for four months with the objectives of generating another stream of income for the farmers during the off-season and reduces idle time.

    Skills under this scheme include:

    • Pottery
    • Basket weaving
    • Mat making
    • Hat making
    • Cane chairs making
  3. POST-RADTS TRAINING:

    Short duration training of one or two weeks for an up-grade of knowledge and competence of graduates of RADTS in agri-business techniques in specialized areas such as:

    • Fish fingering production
    • Bio-fertilizer and Bio-pesticide production
    • Export-grade fish processing and fish oil production
    • Feed formulation and production
    • Seedling multiplication and Agro services

    Other areas of training include training on Bio-security and Biological Risk Management for Livestock Enterprises.

    The training creates awareness, coach participants on risk management assessment, formulation of appropriate bio-security/BRM plans for different classes of livestock and the implementation and managing of disease risk at a moderate cost applying effective control measures as a component of total enterprise security also, participants learn steps to take in times of disease outbreak.

  4. NDE AGRICULTURAL PARK:

    Is an all-inclusive agri-business cluster of commercial activities with a high employment generation potential offering training, mentorship and business support. The park is designed for graduates and non-graduates and aimed at building the capacity of the unemployed youths with appropriate skills for successful management of technology driven and innovative Small Scale Agribusiness.

    The project has been established at two locations:

    • Akunnu Akoko North LGA in Ondo state
    • Sabuwa LGA in Katsina state

Method of Application

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National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme
National Directorate Of Employment Job for All Application Programme