Nigeria Custom Service Training Allowance 2023

Nigeria Custom Service Training Allowance 2023

The Nigerian Custom Service is a Paramilitary organization in Nigeria responsible for the collection of import and export and import duties. They also have the mandate to prevent smuggling into and out of the country. In order to ensure that they are able to carry out their duties effectively, the Nigerian Custom Service offers training to it’s trainees who wish to join the Nigerian custom service.

The training allowance is a little sum that is paid to Recruits also referred to as trainees who areĀ  undergoing training in their training school.
Please note that all the Nigerian Custom Service Candidates who are undergoing training are eligible for the training allowance.

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Nigeria Custom Service Training Allowance

How much is the Nigerian Custom Service Training Allowance?

The amount of the training allowance is dependent on the length of training and the qualifications of the trainees. Those who possess HND and BSC are paid higher than those that joined with SSCE.

Nigeria Custom Service Training Allowance 2023

The Nigeria Custom Service Training Allowance ranges from N15,000 to N40,000 monthly depending on your qualification. The allowance will be paid to the Trainees till the day they graduate from training. On completion of the basic training, you will start earning your complete Salary in the Nigeria custom service. You can read about the salary and ranks in the Nigerian custom service 2023.

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The training allowance is paid directly into the bank account of the Trainees.

For those who have interest in joining the Nigerian custom service, we have previously written a post to assist you with application. We listed a the requirements needed, Nigerian custom service application portal and simple steps on how to successfully apply. You can read about the Nigerian custom service Recruitment 2023 and requirements.

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