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NDLEA Training Duration And Allowance 2024

Last Updated on January 11, 2024 by Twinbrodas

Those who have interest in joining the NDLEA which means National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has been asking questions about how long their training last. In this post we will discuss about the NDLEA training duration and few things about the allowance as we have previously written a post about the NDLEA training allowance and how it is structured.

NDLEA training duration is categorized according to the qualification you possess. For example, those who are joining as graduates, that is those who are joining with BSC or HND have longer Training period while those who are joining with SSCE or NCE have shorter training period.

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Please also note that those who are joining as graduates are also paid higher than those who are joining as non graduates. You can refer to our previous post about the NDLEA ranks and salary 2024. There you can learn the way the NDLEA salary is structured.

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Now let’s talk about the duration.

NDLEA Training Duration

The NDLEA Training Duration is About 9 months to A year for the Graduates and 6 months to 9 months for the non graduates.

Please note that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency training duration is not fixed. This simply means that the training duration can be changed at anytime. The NDLEA boss may decide to shift the training duration to a longer period if the Trainees ate not of the standard needed.

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For the NDLEA Training Allowance, please refer to our previous post on NDLEA training allowance.

NDLEA Training Uniform

Another question many people who are interested in joining the agency also ask is, What is the NDLEA training uniform. Below is the few images showing the NDLEA training uniforms.

NDLEA Training Uniform

NDLEA Training Duration

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For those who are interested in joining the Agency, we have already written a post about the NDLEA Recruitment for graduates and non graduates.

If you have any questions, Please Free to ask questions using the comment box below.