Contents

Council Memoranda, Notes and Conclusions writing: 3

Project Management: 3

Public Private Partnership (Value for Money): 4

Policy Development and Implementation: 5

Effective Leadership Capability and Team Building: 6

Rules, Regulations, Processes & Procedures in the Public Service: 7

Planning and Developing Human Resource (HR) 8

Change Agenda: 8

Performance Management & Evaluation: 9

Budget Preparation, Defence and Implementation: 10

Public Sectors Procurement and Financial Management: 10

Public Sector Reforms: Modernizing Government: 11

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution: 12

Oath of Secrecy Act, 1962, Freedom of Information Act, 2011 and Media Management: 12

Effective Risk and Security Management: 13

Public Financial Sector Reforms in Nigeria. 13

Current Issues, New Ideas and Best Practices on Poverty Alleviation: 14

Security Management: 14

ICT Training Topics for PSIN 2016 Open Programme. 15

1.     ICT Proficeincy Training. 15

2.     Understanding the Fundamentals of e - Government. 16

3.     Word Processing and computer Operation. 16

4.     Workshop on Computer Application to secretarial functions. 17

5.     Use of Computer in Financial Management. 17

Details of 2016 Open Programmes

 

The 2016 Open Programmes of the Institute consist of twenty courses and two Public Lecture Series, all of which are focused on Leadership and Management. Taken together, the programme is aimed to examine the rapidly changing public service environment in the twenty-first century and the challenge which it poses to public servants as well as private sector operators. Throughout the programme, participants will be exposed to key issues in the attainment of the envisaged new Civil Service and its implication for policy implementation and timely service delivery.

Details of Programmes:

Council Memoranda, Notes and Conclusions writing:

Government Manifestoes are articulated into policies, programmes, projects, budgets, or legislations. These can only be executed after the approval of the Federal Executive Council and in some instances, the Council of State. Therefore, for approval to implement these policies are presented by Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) are presented to these Councils by way of Council Memos/Notes. Thus, the quality and clarity of Memos/Notes initiated by the MDAs are of utmost importance. Some of the aims of this course are therefore to:

·       Acquaint participants with the rudiments of Council Memo/Notes and Conclusions.

·        Enhance the participants’ use of English Language.

·       Develop practical skills in writing Council Memo/Notes and Conclusions.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Differentiate between Council Memorandum, Notes and Conclusions

o   Explain the importance of Council Memorandum, Notes and Conclusions

o   List different types of Council documents

o   Describe the structure of Council Memorandum and Notes

o   Convert Council Notes to Council Conclusions

o   Prepare Council Memoranda and Notes

o   Take Notes in the Council

o   Identify the requirements for producing good Council Documents

o   Follow up action on Council Conclusions

o    Describe the structure and processes of the Cabinet Secretariat

                                                                                                Location:                         Date:                                        Fee:

          Abuja (PSIN)                       11 – 12 April                                           N65, 000

                                                       8 – 9 August

Project Management:

 Project management involves planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals. A project is a temporary endeavour with a defined beginning and end (often constrained by time, funding or deliverables), undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value. Projects are used to achieve government objectives. Mastery of this subject matter will enhance the effectiveness of the MDAs in achieving their mandate and at the long run, the objectives of the Government.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Conceptualise programmes and project

o   Appraise programme/project plans

o   Apply best practices in the implementation of programmes/projects

o   Explain Monitoring and Evaluation methods, tools and approaches.

Location:                                Date:                                           Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                             13 – 14 April                                N65, 000

                                       11 – 12 August

 Public Private Partnership (Value for Money):

The principle of managing resources is vital to success of any organisation. Emphasis is on standards for delivering services to obtain the best values which include – honesty, impartiality, openness, accountability, accuracy, fairness, integrity, transparency, objectivity and reliability. Furthermore, through PPP the Private Sector is encouraged to play more vital role in the provision of basic infrastructure and services. This programme is therefore designed to enhance participants understanding of the principles required for getting best value for money. Other specific programme aims are:

·       Enhance the understanding of cutting-edge issues in getting best value for money

·       Apply appropriate skills and laws in obtaining best value for money

·       Adopt the principle of cost-efficiency

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Explain Audit Culture and regulatory bodies

o   Define the concept of PPP

o   Explain Sub-Contracting

o   Explain the importance of Outsourcing,  PPP and Sub-Contracting in Government procurement

o   Identify key PPP Stakeholders and their roles

o   Highlight the different models of PPP

o   Mention and discuss PPP success stories

o   Identify the challenges of PPP

o   Proffer solutions to the challenges of Outsourcing,  PPP and Sub-contracting

o   Propose strategies for sustainable public procurement, outsourcing and PPP in Nigeria

Location:                                      Date:                                              Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                               18 – 19 April                                 N65, 000

                                                    15 – 16 August

Policy Development and Implementation:

The quality of public policies inevitably impact governments’ ability to deliver quality services to citizens. This programme is aimed at strengthening the capacity of government to formulate and deliver better policies. It will focus on providing an understanding of how public policies are made in relationship to service delivery and state performance. It will explore the dynamics of the policy process, the role and contributions of various actors and institutions, based on concrete case studies. It will also help participants to understand the core issues in policy analysis and how outputs and effects are derived through the implementation process. Accordingly, other specific programme aims are to:

·       Provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for policy development, analysis and implementation;

·       Equip participants with skills for policy evaluation and review;

·       Enable participants understand issues and challenges of translating policies to outcomes.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Explain the concept of Public Policy

o   Highlight the importance of Public Policy

o   Identify Key Policies in the Public Service

o   Describe the Policy Development Process

o   Describe the Policy Development and Management Process

o   Identify opportunities for Policy Initiation, Development and Management

o   Develop a Monitoring and Evaluation System for the implementation of Public Policies

o   Identify the challenges of Policy making and the strategies for addressing them

o   Identify the challenges of Policy management and the strategies for addressing them.

         Location:                                   Date:                                         Fee:

          Abuja (PSIN)                                 20 – 21 April                                   N65, 000

                                                                22– 23 August

Effective Leadership Capability and Team Building:

Leaders, especially senior decision-makers in government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) are required to tackle significant challenges in today’s testing times; against the backdrop of necessary fiscal constraints and global financial uncertainty, leaders need to set strategic direction that takes account of a host of external factors that can affect their organizations’ overall goals and objectives.

Leaders need to demonstrably embody the vision they have been tasked to deliver; they need to enhance and sustain organizational performance through a comprehensive review of current and future internal systems, processes and resources. In specific terms, the programme aims are to:

·   enable participants appreciate the critical role and importance of effective leadership and management training for the achievement of organizational goals;

·       promote active learning that will offer opportunities for participants in a mutually supportive setting;

·       examine and reflect upon a diverse range of solutions, skills and techniques in contemporary approaches to leadership;

·     introduce, develop and reinforce skills and techniques that will support and sustain each participant in developing overall leadership capabilities;

·       facilitate knowledge and understanding in ‘What Works’ in leadership types and styles

·       Acquire skills in team building.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Give an overview of leadership capabilities

o   Share practical experiences using case studies

o   Assess own leadership style

o   Identify core competencies for leaders and for organisational development

o   Examine the need for effective communication in an organization

o   Identify the need to be proactive as a leader

o   Discuss skills required in team building.

Location:                                  Date:                                           Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                              25 – 26 April                                   N65, 000

                                                   24 – 25 August

Rules, Regulations, Processes & Procedures in the Public Service: 

 The Civil Services of the Federation, States and Local Governments are created by the provisions of the 1999 Constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria. Section 318 (1) of the Constitution defines Civil Service of the Federation as ‘service of the Federation in a civil capacity as staff of the office of the President, the Vice president, a Ministry or Departments of the Federation assigned with the responsibility for any business of the Government of the Federation’.

The aim of this programme is to equip participants with necessary skills required to devotedly implement the policies of the government through effective and efficient service delivery.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   elucidate the dictates of the Public Service Rules, Financial Regulations, processes and procedures

o   apply the Public Service Rules and Financial Regulations

o   advice on issues of appointment, promotion and discipline

      Location:                                              Date:                                                 Fee:                                                                             Abuja (PSIN)                                                       27 – 28 April                                                              N65, 000                                           

                                                                                29-30 August 

Planning and Developing Human Resource (HR)

This course will provide ample coverage of the Human Resource and are drawn against key competencies required for organisational growth.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   be acquainted with the key elements of workforce planning strategy

o   develop effective talent and succession planning strategies

o   develop a measurement methodology for their organization

Location: Location:                             Date:                                        Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                                3 – 4 May                                      N65, 000

                                                     5 – 6 September

Change Agenda:

The Change Agenda seeks to consolidate on the gains of the reforms of the last decade. It serves as strategic blueprint for the country, Blueprint on key policies, programmes and projects of the Federal Government to be implemented during 2016-2019. The Change agenda presents a clear roadmap for turning around the Nigerian economy to meet the needs of the present and future generations and to ensure that Nigeria becomes a competitive and leading global player.  Accordingly, other specific programme aims are to:

·       Articulate a cohesive programme that is well-focused and implementable

·       Address the infrastructural gap,

·       Address growing youth unemployment and high incidence of poverty.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Explain the structure of blueprint on the Change Agenda

o   Identify goals of Change Agenda

o   Discuss key areas of the Change Agenda

o   Identify the role of public servants in the attainment of the expected outcomes of the Agenda.

     Location:                                       Date:                                       Fee:

      Abuja (PSIN)                           16 May                                        Free

                                                     19 September                                           

 Performance Management & Evaluation:

A truism in management is that no matter how efficient the equipment may be and no matter how great the available technical competence, a supervising officer relies on the people who are the life wire of any organization, to get things done. Therefore, two of the prime tasks of a manager, whether operating in the public or private sector, must always be: obtaining the highest possible efficiency ratio from all those reporting to him, and developing his subordinates either for improved capability and capacity in their present jobs or for greater responsibilities through promotion.

For performance to be appropriately devised, including strategies and to objectively assess the contributions of an officer to the attainment of the corporate objective there is need for an adequate understanding of what constitutes performance.

Performance is a multi-dimensional phenomenon and the basic elements include effectiveness, efficiency, economy, productivity, quality and behaviour, all of which can be tangible and measurable. This programme aims at enriching the participants’ capacity and capability in understanding the crucial role of management in the attainment of the goals of an organization.

This programme will be held partly in Abuja at the Public Service Institute and rounded up in Ghana. It will also include field trips.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Discuss the concept of Performance Management

o   Effectively analyse the impact of behaviour on the operational effectiveness and efficiency of the Public Service

o   Implement performance evaluation and reward system (including sharing of international best practices)

o   Explain strategic thinking skills for Management support

o   Set long-term goals for survival and sustainability of an organization.

Location: Location:                               Date:                                                 Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                                    9 – 10 May                                           N65, 000

                                                       28 – 29 September

Budget Preparation, Defence and Implementation:

Budgeting is a key management tool for planning and controlling within an organization. Managing budgets effectively requires sound grasp of accounting principles and concepts. This course will examine all aspects of the budget cycle and the techniques top line administrators need, to handle financial information with confidence as well as contribute fully to organization’s planning activities. The demand for public accountability coupled with the diverse factors that influence public decision making process – economic, cultural and socio-political, in the public sector; make modern management of resources more complex and sensitive. It therefore requires the mastery of the techniques and tools of management to achieve the desired goal. A budget therefore readily comes handy as one of the tested tool of management. How to have a realistic and effective public budget becomes the big question which the course intends to address. It will also enhance participants understanding of the dynamics of budget preparation defence and implementation.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Develop capacity in the preparation of budget

o   Acquire knowledge and skills relevant for budget defence

o   Define the concept of Budgeting in Governance

o   Highlight the importance of Budgeting

o   Describe the Budgeting Cycle

o   Develop an effective Monitoring and Evaluation system for Budget Implementation

o   Discuss the challenges of public sector Budgeting

o   Identify the critical success factors in budget preparation and implementation

o   Share concrete experiences and cases.

Location:                        Date:                                          Fee:

               Abuja (PSIN)                               4 – 5 May                                                        N65, 000

                                                                  12 – 13 September

Public Sectors Procurement and Financial Management:       

Effective financial management, procurement and budgetary control are regarded as fundamental pre-requisites in any public service reform.

This comprehensive course will improve knowledge of procurement, tender   processes, regulatory frameworks procurement cycle and risks, procurement strategies and contract supervision. This will lead to practical skills development in the audit process from the planning phase to implementation, reporting, monitoring, evaluation and recommendations phases. Other specific programme aims are to:

·       enable participants gain knowledge and understanding of public procurement procedures and practices;

·       address ethical accountability issues in relation to management of public procurement issues and challenges;

·       Improve participants’ ability to understand procurement briefs and build quality into contracts, through the use of key performance indicators.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Explain the concept of Public Procurement

o   Highlight the key elements of the Public Procurement Act 2007 and the relevant Circulars

o   Explain the linkages between the Work Plan, Medium Term Expenditure Framework, Budget, Procurement Process and Implementation

o   Discuss the challenges of Public Procurement

o   Proffer solutions to the challenges of Public Procurement

o   Share concrete experiences and cases.

Location:                         Date:                                        Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                      16 – 17 May                                 N65, 000

                                           19 – 20 September

 Public Sector Reforms: Modernizing Government:

The Nigerian public service has undergone changes and transformation over the years, which were tailored towards achieving efficiency and effectiveness of the service. However, the rapid pace of the ‘Nigerianization’ reforms has created a few other challenges which require reform action that will study and assess key aspects of the public sector reform process that where appropriate, adapt initiatives from international best practices that will be most relevant to improving and strengthening their organisation’s responsibilities and overall operation.

This programme will be held partly in Abuja at the Public Service Institute and rounded up in Gambia. It will also include field trips and study tours.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Evaluate the relevance and practicality of reform interventions in different country settings

o   Discuss relevant skills to promote an appropriate public sector reform agenda in their respective organisations

Location:                                            Date:                                        Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                                            2– 3 June                                 N65, 000

                                                               22 – 23 September                                          

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution:

Negotiation skills is now a must have by Public Servants with the increase of Government’s drive for foreign Investment. How negotiations are conducted as well as management of conflict can have a major impact not only in an organisation but the country as a whole. Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Identify the elements of Conflicts

o   Differentiate between types and levels of Conflict

o   Apply effective negotiating and arbitrating skill

o   Plan negotiation strategy

o   Exhibit improved communication skills with emphasis on assertiveness

o   Identify barriers to effective conflict resolution

o   Evaluate the organisations negotiation plan

Location:                             Date:                                  Fee:                                                 

Abuja (PSIN)                           6-7 June                                   N65, 000

                                               17-18 October

 Oath of Secrecy Act, 1962, Freedom of Information Act, 2011 and Media Management:

An average Public Servant is turn between the Oath of Secrecy Act, 1962, the Freedom of Information Act, 2011 and how to manage the media. This course will help the participant address the challenges of at managing information in the service. 

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o    Do a comparative analysis of the Official Secret Act 1962, and the Freedom of Information Act 2011

o   Identify ways of promoting Good Governance through Freedom of Information

o   Discuss the role of the Media in enhancing Freedom of Information Act

o   Discuss the Implementation of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, 2011: the Way Forward

 Location:                            Date:                                          Fee:                                                 

              Abuja (PSIN)                                23-24 May                                                    N65, 000

                                                        26-27 September 

Effective Risk and Security Management:

Security issues arise on daily basis all over the world, hence the need for a wakeup call for everybody to be security conscious. This course will heighten the security alertness in participants and also aid in checkmating security breach in their organisations..

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Explain the methods for  averting security breaches

o   Analyze tools for managing various security challenges.

o   Prepare reports on security issues

o   Identify Information Security Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities

o   Develop Information Security Plan

o   Discuss contemporary Security issues(Information Management etc)

o   Analyze Counter terrorism guide

          Location:                                Date:                                         Fee

       Abuja (PSIN)                           13-14 June                                      N65, 000

                                                        4-5 October

Public Financial Sector Reforms in Nigeria

The Public Sector has been undergoing various reforms in Nigeria. The Financial Sector is being reformed in line with the International Accounting Standards being introduced in almost every country in the world under the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRs). These include, Fiscal Responsibility Act, 2007, PAC, IPPIS, GFMIS, e-Payment and Treasury Single Account (TSA). This course will enlighten participants on these accounting processes in Nigeria.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the Session, Participants will be able to:

o   Explain the concept of Public Sector Financial  Reforms

o    Evaluate the challenges of the Public Sector Finance in Nigeria and how to negate them

o  Implement the principle of International Accounting Standards

              Location:                                  Date:                                    Fee:                        

              Abuja (PSIN)                             16-17 June                             N65, 000

                                                                  10-11 October

Current Issues, New Ideas and Best Practices on Poverty Alleviation:

Poverty is a major challenge for humanity. According to the Human Development Report, a quarter of the world's population remains in severe poverty, despite the major advances in reducing poverty made during the 20th century. New initiatives have been developed to combat extreme poverty.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course participants will:

o   Discuss the dynamics of poverty

o   Identify challenges confronting the poor

o   Discuss Anti-dote to poverty

o   Cite Best Practices that can be replicated in their locals

Location:                         Date:                                        Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                      20-21 June                                    N65, 000

                                           13-14 October

Security Management:

Security breach in the country is becoming increasingly pronounced, hence the need to enhance security capacity of MDAs and all organisations in protecting staff, property, information, structures and systems. The aim of this course is to enlighten the participants on ways of security in developing security innovations and capabilities in their organisations.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants will:

o   Discuss the need for security in their organisation

o   Cite prevalent security challenges

o   Explain different methods of averting security breach

o   Identify Information Security risks

       Location:                                         Date:                                       Fee:

    Abuja (PSIN)                             22-23 June                                   N65, 000

                                                      20-21 October

ICT Training Topics for PSIN 2016 Open Programme

1.     ICT Proficeincy Training.

Learning Outcomes:

Þ   Ensure that the participants at the end of the course deliver efficent, effective, timely and professional services to their offices;

Þ   Effectively commence on measures that would promote

e - governance in the office;

Þ   Be able to use the Microsoft office such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint efficiently;

Target Audience

The course is designed for:

Ø All levels of staff of MDA's

Location:                                    Date:                                Fee:

                     Abuja (PSIN)                       22-23 June                                    N65, 000

                                                17-21 October

2.     Understanding the Fundamentals of e - Government.

Learning Outcomes:

Þ     This lecture will give a broad and detailed overview about e-            government. It will cover the fundamentals of e-government             development and applications, management and expected             challenges;

Þ     It will also outline the major tasks of e-government and knowledge             management;

Þ     Factors that slow and/or deter the success of e-government             implementation;

Þ     It will give a broader outlook of e-government and will lay down the             basic elements of e-government vision;

Target Audience

The course is designed for:

Ø All Goverment officers

Location:                                         Date:                                     Fee:                     Abuja (PSIN)                           11-12 May                              N65, 000

                                                7-8 September

3.     Word Processing and computer Operation.

Learning Outcomes:

Þ   Prepare Reports and Documents;

Þ   Edit and import Graphics;

Þ   Work with two or more files at the same time.

Þ   Send files over the Internet

Target Audience

The course is designed for:

Ø Secretaries and Typist

Ø Officers in both private and public sectors

Location:                                         Date:                                     Fee:                     Abuja (PSIN)                            11-15 July                               N120, 000

                                                17-21October

4.     Workshop on Computer Application to secretarial functions

Learning Outcomes:

Þ   Ensure that the participants at the end of the course deliver efficent, effective, timely and professional services to their offices;

Þ   Effectively commence on measures that would promote

e - governance in the office;

Þ   Be able to use the Microsoft office such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint efficiently;

Target Audience

The course is designed for:

Ø All levels of staff of MDA's

5.     Use of Computer in Financial Management.

Learning Outcomes:

Þ   Prepare, monitor and evaluate budget using computer

Þ   Use the computer for financial projections and analysis

Þ   Manage inventory using computer

Target Audience

The course is designed for:

Ø  Financial Managers

Ø  Planning Officers

Ø  Budgeting Officers

Ø  Inventory Managers

Location:                         Date:                                        Fee:

Abuja (PSIN)                      25 –29 July                                   N120, 000

                                          24 – 28 Oct0ber

COURSE OVERVIEW                                           PSIN Courses at a glance

S/N

COURSE TITLE

DATES

FEE PER DELEGATE (NAIRA)

   

APRIL

 

1

Preparation of Council Memoranda, Notes and Conclusions

11th-12th

65,000

2

Project Management

13th-14th

65,000

3

Public Private Partnership(Value for Money)

18th-19th

65,000

4

Policy Development and Implementation

20th-21st

65,000

5

Effective Leadership Capability and Team Building

25th-26th

65,000

6

Rules, Regulations ,Processes,& Procedures in the Public Service

27th-28th

65,000

       
   

MAY

 

7

Planning and Developing Human Resource (HR)

2nd-3rd

65,000

8

Budget Preparation, Defence and Implementation

5th-6th

65,000

9

Change Agenda (Public Lecture Series)

16th

Free

10

Performance Management & Evaluation

9th- 10th

65,000

11

Understanding the Fundamentals of e-Government

11th-12th

65,000

12

Public Sector Procurement and Financial Management

16th-17th

65.000

13

Oath of Secrecy Act, Freedom of Information Act,2011 and Media Management

23rd-24th

65,000

   

JUNE

 

14

Public Sector Reform: Modernizing Government

2nd-3rd

65,000

15

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

6th-7th

65,000

16

Effective Risk and Security Management

13th-14th

65.000

17

Public Financial Sector Reforms in Nigeria

16th-17th

65.000

18

Current Issues ,New Ideas and Best Practices on Poverty Alleviation (Local)

20th- 21st

65.000

19

Security Management

22nd-23rd

65.000

       
       
       
   

JULY

 

21

ICT Proficiency Training

11th-15th

95,000

22

Word Processing and Computer Operation

11th-15th

95.000

 

Use of Computer in Financial Management

25th – 29th

 
   

AUGUST

 

23

Preparation of Council Memoranda, Notes and Conclusions

8th-9th

65,000

24

Project  Management

11th-12th

65.000

25

Public Private Partnership(Value for Money)

15th-16th

 

26

Policy Development and Implementation

22nd-23rd

65,000

27

Effective Leadership Capability and Team Building

24th-25th

65,000

28

Rules, Regulations, Processes & Procedures in the Public Service

29th-30th

65,000

       
   

SEPTEMBER

 

29

Planning and Developing Human Resource (HR)

5th-6th

65,000

30

Budget Preparation, Defence and Implementation

7th-8th

65.000

31

Transformation Agenda (Public Lecture Series)

19th

Free

32

Performance Management & Evaluation

28th- 29th

65,000

33

Understanding the Fundamentals of e-Government

7th- 8th

65,000

34

Public Sector Procurement and Financial Management

19th-20th

65,000

35

Public Sector Reform: Modernising Government

22nd-23rd

65,000

36

Oath of Secrecy Act 1962:Freedom of Information Act,2011 and Media Management

26th-27th

65.000

   

OCTOBER

 

37

Effective Risk and Security Management

4th -5th

65,ooo

38

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

17th-18th

65,000

39

Public Financial Sector Reforms  in Nigeria

10th-11th

65,000

40

Word Processing and Computer Operation

17th-21st

95,000

41

Current Issues,New Ideas and Best Practices on Poverty Alleviation(Local)

13th-14th

65,000

42

Security Management

20th-21st

65,000

43

 ICT Proficiency

17th-21st

95.000

44

Use of Computer in Financial Management

 24th-28th

120,000

       

Target Audience: Though the Public Service Institute of Nigeria is saddled with the national responsibility for continuously enhancing the capacity of the top and middle level manpower of the enlarged service, comprising of the core civil service, and other services established and funded by government for public service delivery, they are also open to the desk officers and the general public.