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Civil Defence Training Date 2023/2024 is Out | NSCDC Training Venue

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Civil Defence Training Date 2023/2024 is Out: The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC Recruitment Training Date, Venue, and Schedule are now available online for all candidates to see.

To begin, it is critical to understand that the Civil Defence (NSCDC) Shortlist has been released, and a guide has been created to accompany it. Check it out to learn how to access and validate your name. If you want to succeed in recruitment without any glitches, you must be aware of the exact date for the Civil Defence (NSCDC) Training. Please read all the way through to the end to acquire the most up-to-date information.

Civil Defence Training Update 2023

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) previously announced a training activity for shortlisted and qualified applicants, in which all shortlisted candidates who were successful in the recently ended physical screening exam will be physically trained. The training will last between 2 and 4 weeks.

The primary goal of the Civil Defence recruitment training is to educate newly recruited officers on self-defence and to provide them with a thorough understanding of how the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps operates.

NSCDC Training Date 2023

The exact date for the NSCDC training has yet to be revealed on the recruitment board’s website, The best way to find out about the training schedule for NSCDC would be to check their website or contact the recruitment department directly. They should have the most up-to-date and accurate information about the recruitment process, including the training schedule for 2023.

We’ll endeavour to keep you informed as soon as the NSCDC releases the date. You can check this page for updates from time to time to see whether we’ve updated it with the most up-to-current information on the NSCDC training date, location, and time.

NSCDC Training Centres 2023

The Civil Defense Training will be held at NSCDC Zonal Command Headquarters in Kaduna, the Games Village in Bauchi, the Federal University of Lafia in Nasarawa State, the NSCDC Training School in Oji River, Enugu State, the Civil Defence College of Security Management in Abeokuta, and NABTEB in Benin, Edo State are among the centres.

The training will take place at several Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps training camps across Nigeria’s 36 states, including the Federal Capital Territory. See the states listed below;

Abia Adamawa Akwa Ibom
Anambra Bauchi Bayelsa
Benue Borno Cross River
Delta Ebonyi Edo
Ekiti Enugu Gombe
Imo Jigawa Kaduna
Kano Katsina Kebbi
Kogi Kwara Lagos
Nasarawa Niger Ogun
Ondo Osun Oyo
Plateau Rivers Sokoto
Taraba Yobe Zamfara &  FCT

NSCDC Training Requirements 2023

All applicants who are attending the Nigeria Security & Civil Defense Corps training, please wear white pants/shorts and a polo shirt. You’ll also need to have your passport photo and any other relevant paperwork, such as face masks, emailed to you ahead of time.

A few extra things to remember before arriving at our event centre: -dress comfortably so that you may move around during the exercises. Check to see whether there are any nearby facilities before wearing anything inside out.

Candidates should bring the following items to the training ground.

  1. Two Recent Passports Photographs with your name boldly written on the back
  2. One white-coloured office flat-file jacket
  3. Birth certificate/declaration of age
  4. Duly completed guarantor’s form
  5. Certificate of origin
  6. Educational qualifications

Candidates who fail to appear at the training camp will automatically be disqualified.

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  1. Please after physical training that is just started that will be end in 4 weeks,please what is the next step and next stage?

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