Guinness Graduate Skills Development Scholarship 2015/2016

Guinness Nigeria is offering bright, ambitious graduates of Electrical/Electronic and Mechanical Engineering a unique opportunity to train at the prestigious National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN).

This scholarship will provide full tuition for Engineering graduates (from Guinness Nigeria’s host communities) to enroll for the 2015/2016 one year NAPTIN Graduate Skills Development Programme (NGSDP). This intensive programme equips graduates with the technical skills they need to build successful careers in the Nigerian Power Sector.

By offering this scholarship, Guinness Nigeria seeks to play a part in developing Nigeria’s power sector while fostering youth development in its host communities.

Graduates of Electrical/Electronic and Mechanical Engineering from the following communities are therefore encouraged to apply:
Ogba, Ikeja Local Government Area, Lagos State
Oregbeni, Oregbeni lkpoba-Okha Local Government Area, Edo State
Egbeluowo, Osisioma Ngwa Local Government Area, Abia State
Odeukwu, Osisioma Ngwa Local Government Area, Abia State

Eligibility
Candidates must be University/Polytechnic Electrical/ Electronic or Mechanical Engineering graduates who have completed their National Youth Service Corps programme.
Applications are only open to graduates from the above communities
Application Closing Date
Wednesday 11th November, 2015.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click Here to Start Application

NOTE: To submit an online application (Click on the ‘Sign Up as a Trainee’ tab on the home page). Upon receipt of submitted applications, NAPTIN will send details of the selection test to candidates. Candidates from the above communities who have already applied following NAPTIN’s earlier advert need not reapply.

Selection Criteria
Shortlisted candidates for this scholarship will be required to write the NAPTIN selection test which holds on Saturday 14 November, 2015.

Venue:
NAPTIN Regional Training Centre,
73 Adelabu Street,
Off Aihaji Masha Bus Stop,
Akangba-Surulere,
Lagos State.
Time: 8.00am.

Note:
That assessment tests for candidates who have already submitted applications (following NAPTIN’s earlier advert) will still hold as scheduled on Saturday 07 November, 2015.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide a letter of introduction from the Chairman of their Community Development Association.

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