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It is hereby announced for the information of the general public particularly Deltans that the Office of the Delta State Chief Job Creation officer, Governor’s Office Asaba has invited applications from suitably qualified and interested candidates for admission into the 2017/2018 cycle of Delta State Government Job Creation Programmes – Skills Training & Entrepreneurship Programme (STEP) and Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurs Programme (YAGEP).

Applicants must be presently unemployed Deltan youth with genuine desire to acquire skills and training for entrepreneurship, aged 18-35 years and must possess at least West African School Certificate.

Available trades for skills acquisition are as follows:

Skills Training & Entrepreneurship Programme (STEP)

1. Fashion Design & Tailoring

2. Catering & Confectionary

3. Hair Dressing & Makeover, Cosmetology & Barbing

4. Decoration and Event Management

5. Plumbing

6. Electrical Installation & Repairs

7. Building Services (PoP, Tiling and Interlocking)

8. Welding and Fabrication

9. Audio Visual Services


Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurs Programme (YAGEP)

1. Fish production

2. Rice production

3. Vegetables Production

Accordingly, interested applicants should collect application forms from Office of the Chief Job Creation Officer, Anwai Road, Asaba OR Governor’s Office Annex, along NPA Expressway, near DBS, Warri. Application forms can also be accessed and submitted online at Completed application forms must be received not later than Friday December 22, 2017.

Paul Osahor
Director of Information


Esiri Prince (not verified)

Fri, 12/15/2017 - 18:25

I love welding and fabrication to enable me manufacture industrial machines to in order to start my own industry and give people job

eberu (not verified)

Wed, 03/07/2018 - 19:18

what plan do you have for adult youths that are not captured in your progrmme in age wise that are capable of causing socioeconomic instability in the state because they are unskilled and jobless? however, they are educated but jobless not empowered either skills acquisition and empowerment. how will they survive?

Ada (not verified)

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 19:39

Thank you very Much this is a nice information, although am just hearing about this empowerment program and realised am late for registration. I would love to know when the next form will be available for the next session as am very interested in this program. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks!

Debbie (not verified)

Thu, 12/13/2018 - 07:23

Have they started calling people for accreditation? Got a text this morning that I should come for accreditation with 2,800 at okumugba between 9am - 3pm

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