Civil Defense Screening Date 2023: The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps has announced the NSCDC screening dates for new recruits. If you applied and want to know what to expect, here’s the scoop:
The screening will hold from September 10th to September 15th, 2023 at designated centers across the 36 states of the federation and the FCT. The venues will be announced on the Corps’ official website and social media platforms in due course.
To participate in the screening, you’ll need to come along with the following:
- Your acknowledgment slip contains your registration number. This was issued to you when you completed the online application.
- A means of identification like your National ID card, Driver’s License, International Passport, or Voter’s Card.
- Your academic credentials like O’level result, ND, HND, or degree certificate are based on your educational qualification.
- A printout of your online application form.
- Writing materials like biro, pencil, eraser, and sharpener. You may be asked to fill out additional paperwork or write an aptitude test.
The screening process typically involves the verification of documents, physical fitness tests like height measurement, and a medical exam. The aptitude test will assess your logical reasoning, communication skills, and general knowledge of Nigeria.
If successful, you’ll receive an invitation for the final selection interview. The interview dates will be announced in due course. Start preparing now and good luck! With hard work and perseverance, you’ll soon be donning the distinguished uniform of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps.
Required Documents for the Civil Defense Screening Exercise
To get into the screening exercise, you’ll need to provide certain documents to prove your identity and eligibility. Make sure you have the following ready:
- Your National ID card. This is required to verify your identity and age. If for some reason you don’t have one, you’ll need an official letter of identification from a government agency.
- Academic credentials. Bring copies of your WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB results to show you meet the minimum education requirements. Higher degrees or professional certifications are a plus.
- A passport photograph. You’ll need a recent color passport photo of yourself for your application. The photo should be a front-facing headshot with a plain white background.
- Your birth certificate. This is needed to confirm your state of origin and local government area. A sworn declaration of age can be accepted if you don’t have an official birth certificate.
- Letters of recommendation (optional but encouraged). If you have references from your school, a previous employer, or prominent community members, bring copies of any letters of recommendation you may have. These can strengthen your application.
- Medical report (optional). A medical report helps to ascertain your physical and mental fitness for the role. If you have a recent medical report from a government hospital, bring a copy.
The screening exercise is your opportunity to stand out, so come prepared to impress. Having all required documents ready shows your enthusiasm and responsibility. Review the role requirements and be ready to demonstrate why you’re an excellent candidate. With the right preparation, you’ll ace the screening and be on your way to joining the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps.
Venue Details for the Screening Exercise
The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has announced the screening dates and venues for candidates who applied for the 2020 recruitment exercise. To ensure you attend the screening at the correct venue, double-check the state you chose during your application and take note of the date allocated to that state.
The screening exercise will take place from January 4th to January 24th, 2021. Candidates should attend the screening on the date allocated to their state of origin. The full schedule is available on the Civil Defense website and at their state commands.
The screening will hold at the NSCDC State Commands in each state capital. Candidates are to report at the NSCDC State Command in the state they chose during their application. For example, if you are from Lagos state, you will attend the screening at the Civil Defense Lagos State Command.
Some additional details to keep in mind:
- Make sure you arrive at the screening venue early, between 7 am to 8 am. Latecomers will not be admitted.
- Come with the originals and photocopies of your credentials like O’ Level results, birth certificate, etc. The photocopies will be submitted while the originals are for sighting only.
- Have a printout of your completed Civil Defense application form and acknowledgment slip.
- Dress in a formal and decent manner. Do not wear jeans, t-shirts, shorts or slippers.
- Do not bring prohibited items like weapons, drugs, etc. into the screening venue.
- Comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols like wearing a face mask, observing social distancing, handwashing, and temperature checks.
The Civil Defense screening is a very important step in the recruitment process. Ensure you make adequate preparations to have a smooth experience. All the best!
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