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  • AboutUs

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    he Centre for Deposit Insurance System Training & Education is a regionalTlearningcenterspeciallydesignedforthebuildingofcapacityintheunique�ieldofDepositInsurancesystemsandFinancialSafety-netissues.OurcoursesaredesignedandcarriedoutincollaborationwithlocalandinternationalregulatoryandsupervisoryagenciessuchastheInternationalTrainingInstitute(ITI)oftheCentralBankofNigeria(CBN),theFinancialInstitutionsTrainingCenter(FITC),Nigeria,theCharteredInstituteofBankersofNigeria(CIBN),theCorporateUniversityoftheFederalDepositInsuranceCorporation(FDIC),USA,theOf�iceofTechnicalAssistance(OTA)ofthe United States Federal Reserve System, the International Association of DepositInsurers(IADI),etc.

    heAcademyisestablishedbytheNigeriaDepositInsuranceCorporation(NDIC)Tto serveasa centreofexcellence forAfricaandAsia sub-regionsonDISandsafety-net issues in ful�ilmentof itscoremandateofdepositguarantee,banksupervision,bankdistress resolutionandbank liquidationand in furtheranceof itspublic policy objectives of depositors' protection, �inancial system stability andenhancementofpubliccon�idence.

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    HEACADEMYcoursesarespeci�icallydesignedtoprovideparticipantswithanTin-depth knowledge of the unique subject of Deposit Insurance System andassociatedissuesthroughaninteractiveandblendedlearningprocess.Thecurriculaaregrouped into �ive(5) 'SCHOOLS'.They includeBankExaminationSchool; Deposit Insurance & Consumer Protection School; Bank Failure ResolutionSchool;InformationTechnologySchooland;ManagementDevelopmentSchool.

    Theseprogrammesaredeliveredbyinternalandexternalsubjectmatterexpertsandincollaborationwithourlocalandinternationalpartners.

    BankExaminationSchool.......................................................................................Page4-11DepositInsurance&ConsumerProtectionSchool.......................................Page12-14BankFailureResolutionSchool.............................................................................Page15-17InformationTechnologySchool….........................................................................Page18-20ManagementDevelopmentSchool.......................................................................Page21-27Registration/NominationProcess........................................................................Page28-29TheFacility......................................................................................................................Page30-34

  • ur faculty is made up of International and local subject-matter experts, and includeOerstwhilestaffwhoareexpertsincorefunctionalareas.The Faculty

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    Baye Seidu

    Adeleke A. A

  • BankExamination School

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    Courses

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    Bank Analysis

    Bank Supervision

    BankExamination Foundation

    International Financial Reporting Standards

    (IFRS)

    Technical Report Writing

    Tracing And Tracking Of Suspicious Transactions

    Auditing And Investigation Fundamentals

    Accounting

    For Non AccountantsFinancial Analysis

    Foreign Exchange Investigation

    BankManagement

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    BankAnalysis

    Bank Supervision

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    This course exposes participants to the analytical techniques used in evaluating the financial condition of a Financial Institution. · Identify types of regulatory returns· Identify challenges hindering effective

    rendition· Analyses returns using e-FASS software· Understand stop gap measures· Use the CAMEL parameters & key financial

    ratios· Identify risks in products/business lines

    and reflect in financial statements· Identify Early Warning Signals

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    The principles of effective banking supervision of the Basel Committee and the challenges are taught in this course. Participants would be able to:

    · Identify & explain On-site and Off-site supervision

    · Identify elements for effective banking supervision

    · Understand Basel II & III· Examine Nigerian banking supervision

    framework· Evaluate effectiveness of the Nigerian

    banking Supervision process· Identify constraints to Banking· Identify ways of improving Supervision of

    SIFI's

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations /Corporate Service Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    International FinancialReporting Standards

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    To introduce Staff to the rudiments of operations of Financial Institutions.· Participants would understand:· The Evolution of Banking and Other Financial

    Institutions in Nigeria· Legal framework for Banking Supervision in

    Nigeria· Account ing Pr inc ip les , Concepts &

    Convention· Elements of Bank Accounting· Bank's Financial Statements/ Reports· Concept & Types of Bank Examination· Prudential guidelines· Concept of banking risk & risk management· The BASEL Commi t tee on bank ing

    supervision· Examination reports

    TARGET AUDIENCE: All NDIC Staff

    DURATION: 10 DAYS (Modules I & II)

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVEThe primary objective is to equip staff with that required skill and preparedness for transition to the recently introduced accounting reporting standard.

    The contents of the first run focus more on the introductory aspect of IFRS these include:

    I. Module 1 (Introduction to IFRS)II. Module 2 (Non-Financial Assets)III. Module 3 (Non-Financial Liabilities).

    The second run consists of more technical contents for IFRS as listed:

    I. Module 4 (Financial Instruments)II. Module 5 (Miscellaneous Topics) III. Module 6 (Financial Statements)IV. Module 7 (Financial Statements)V. Module 8 (First Time Adoption of IFRS)

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations /Corporate Service Division

    DURATION: 10 DAYS

    BankExamination Foundation (IFRS)

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    Tracing & TrackingOf Suspicious

    OVERVIEW

    Technical Report writing training is aimed at improving report writing skills of bank examiners in the Corporation.

    At the end of the course, participants should be able to:I. Develop the confidence, language, skills,

    planning, presentation and justification in examination reports.

    II. Editing to remove unnecessary verbiage.III. Build effective sentences, paragraphs and

    sections that explain information clearly.IV. Organize information using reader- based

    principles.V. Design and use tables, graphs and technical

    illustrations.VI. Develop skills in writing supervisory lettersVII. Making presentation on examination reports

    to bank Board of Directors.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    OVERVIEW

    This training is designed for examiners to sharpen and enhance their skills in identifying, understanding, tracing and tracking Suspicious Transactions.

    At the end of the programme, participants should be able to;1. Identify Suspicious Transactions.2. Understand the Audi t t ra i l regarding

    transactions that are suspicious.3. Understand the laws and regulations guiding

    suspicious transactions.4. Understand the relat ionship between

    susp ic ious t ransac t ions and money laundering.

    5. Identify and know the purpose of the different regulatory returns under the Anti-Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    TechnicalReport Writing

    Transactions

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    OVERVIEW

    The Auditing and Investigation Fundamentals is designed as basic level training course for staff with multi-disciplinary graduate background to have a general knowledge of auditing and investigation. OBJECTIVESThe objectives of the course includes to;· Enhance participant's understanding of audit

    and investigation processes.· Improve the skills of participants in audit and

    fraud investigations.· Enhance the ability of participants in

    gathering of evidences for the purpose of auditing and investigation.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations /Corporate Service Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW

    The programme is designed for staff, who are non-accountants to have a good understanding of basic accounting principles, processes and financial statements.

    OBJECTIVESAt the end of the programme, participants should be able to; 1. Have a good understanding of the sources of

    financial information.2. Gain insight into accounting systems,

    terminologies and concepts.3. Gain basic understanding of Financial

    Statements.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations /Corporate Service Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    Auditing And Investigation Fundamentals

    Accounting For Non Accountants

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    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    The programme is intended to achieve the following objectives;

    · Ensure understanding of the types, purpose and users of Financial Statements.

    · Understand the structure of balance sheets of Financial Institutions.

    · Expose participants to the use Ratio Analysis as a tool for analysing Financial Statements.

    · Enrich participant's understanding of reasons for setting different Regulatory/Prudential Ratios for Financial Institutions.

    · To enhance the ability of participants to understand, review and analyse Financial Statements.

    · Improve the understanding of the purpose and uses of Cash Flow Statements.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations /Corporate Service Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW

    The course will cover the various aspects of Foreign Exchange (FOREX) Operations and its investigation. It will equip participants with relevant skills and knowledge to understand FOREX operations and its applicable Laws, Rules and Regulations.

    OBJECTIVESThe objectives of the course is to expose participants to;· Familiarise themselves with the extant Laws,

    Rules and Regulations on FOREX Operations· Understand the activities of Operators and

    Dealers in FOREX.· Understand areas of Abuse/Challenges faced

    in FOREX Operations· Develop the ability to investigate FOREX

    transactions.· Gain insight to recent developments in

    FOREX operations in Nigeria.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    Financial Analysis

    Foreign Exchange Investigation

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    Bank Management

    Banks channel funds to finance productive investment opportunities. They provide loans to businesses, finance projects, and allow us to purchase homes with mortgages. This course will enable participants to acquire bank management skills and competencies. Content:

    Basics & Types of Banking

    Understanding Financial Intermediation

    General Principles of Bank Management: CAMEL

    Asset/Liability, Profitability, Credit, Interest rate & liquidity Risk

    Management

    Banking Laws & Regulations

    Understanding Monetary Policies & the Role of CBN

    Understanding DIF & the Role of NDIC

    Measuring Bank Performance

    Banking Business Models & Support Services

    Managing Bank Financial Position or Balance Sheet and off-Balance

    Sheet items

    How to Guide Against Bank Failure

    Managing a Computerized Banking System in Nigeria

    Strategies for Successful management of Bank Capital Target Audience: Bankers, Bank Supervisors and M&E Officials Duration:� 5 days

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  • CoursesFundamentals

    And Practice Of Deposit Insurance

    Scheme

    MobileMoney

    Deposit Insurance Scheme For Banks

    Fundamentals of NIDI & NIB

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    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    The programme is designed to acquaint participants with the rudiments of Deposit Insurance practice in Nigeria and other jurisdictions.

    · Understand the concept of Deposit Insurance· Understand the IADI core principles· Identify challenges facing the DIS in Nigeria· Challenges confronting prompt Depositors

    Reimbursement· Challenges facing the Corporation on public

    awareness.· Discuss Bank Resolution Options

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations/Corporate Service Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OBJECTIVES

    The other objectives of the proposed seminar include:· To inform, educate and deepen the knowledge

    of Bank operators on the activities of NDIC;· To improve Awareness of DIS using the banks

    as a viable channel of educating depositors;· To interact with Bank operators and improve

    avenue for collaboration for the benefit of DIS;· To create more awareness about NDIC in the

    banks· To further boost the NDIC Rebranding Efforts

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 2 DAYS

    Fundamentals Fundamentals And Practice Of And Practice Of Deposit Insurance Deposit Insurance SchemeScheme

    Fundamentals And Practice Of Deposit Insurance Scheme

    Deposit Deposit Insurance Insurance Scheme For BanksScheme For Banks

    Deposit Insurance Scheme For Banks

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    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVE

    The objectives of the course are detailed below:I. To Identify the factors of production in

    Non-Interest BankingII. To Identify the differences between the

    Capitalist, Socialist and Non Interest Banking Economics

    III. To unravel Fundamental Principles of Non-Interest Banking Financing

    IV. To apprehend Distribution of Wealth in Non-Interest Banking

    V. To understand Accounting and Auditing Standards of Non Interest Banking.

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    Fundamentals Fundamentals of NIDI & NIBof NIDI & NIBFundamentals of NIDI & NIB

    MobileMobileMoneyMoneyMobileMoney

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

    Define mobile banking

    Describe fundamental concepts behind modern mobile

    banking technologies

    Gain a basic understanding of key terms related to mobile

    banking

    Provide overview of various mobile services (e.g., mobile

    banking, mobile payment, and alternative transaction

    channels)

    Recommend possible solutions/procedures to enhance

    mobile banking security controls

    Describe mobile banking infrastructure and components.

    Describe common issues related to mobile banking

    Maintain awareness of mobile banking emerging trends

    Understand the risk associated with mobile banking solutions

    Provide a methodology to assess the risks associated with an

    mobile banking solution

    Perform a risk assessment of an existing mobile banking

    solution

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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  • BankFailure ResolutionSchool

    Section 3

  • Assets Management In Bank Liquidation

    Managing

    Claims

    Resolutions

    BankResolution

    EffectBank Closure

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    Assets Management In Bank Liquidation

    Managing Claims ResolutionOVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the course participants are expected to be to:· Identify the types of claims· Identify the different procedures for

    claim settlement· Prepare depositors and creditors

    registers and liquidation dividends· Proof and verify valid claims· Write claim memoranda

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    The course is designed to further train the staff of the Corporation in liquidation activities. It is expected that participants, at the end of the course should be able to:· Manage the risk assets of the failed banks· Facilitate collections and recovery of debts· Familiar with the legal issues relating to

    asset realisation· Appreciate the procedure of assets

    disposal· Settle claims timely· Enforce execution of judgements· Prepare statement of affairs of each bank· Write report on liquidation

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    BankResolutions

    EffectiveBank Closure

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    Bank liquidation is carried out when a bank's license is revoked by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

    This course aids participants to:· Ensure effective and efficient co-ordination

    of closing activities.· Manage time effectively for closing

    activities.· Understand Legal issues· Understanding Accounting processes· Report on bank closing activities· Document and Proper secure of liquidated

    Banks records

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    Banking sector problems and bank failures have characterized financial system in the past.

    The objectives of the course are detailed below:· Identify symptoms of distressed banks· Advise Management on the need to make

    prompt and corrective action to deal with problem banks

    · Advise on the Management of the Asset of problem banks

    · Recommend appropriate resolution approach to management

    TARGET AUDIENCEOperations Division

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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  • InformationTechnologySchool

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    Cours

    es Computer

    Appreciation

    MicrosoftOfce

    Masterclass

    BasicICT

    Intermediate ICT

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    Computer Appreciation

    OBJECTIVES: At the end of this course participants are expected to:

    Be able to describe a computer system Understand the basic components of a

    computer system Be able to perform basic tasks on

    Personal ComputersContent

    Introduction to Pc/ Using Windows Microsoft word � � Microsoft PowerPoint � � Microsoft Excel � � � Use of the Internet� How to send and receive e-mails

    � TARGET AUDIENCE All Staff –those that are not Computer Literate

    DURATION: 2 DAYS

    OBJECTIVE

    This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to exploit these technologies in a manner that ensures the attainment of organizational goals.

    CONTENT

    · Managing Computer Resources/Electronic Filling

    System

    · Data Protection and Security, Backup and Standard

    System Functions

    · Advanced Word Processing (Graphs, Equations, Mail

    Merging)

    · Advanced Spreadsheet Analysis (Forecasting and

    Projections and Depreciation)

    · Accounts System (File Linking) and Advanced

    Formulas

    · Safeguarding against Viruses, Trojans, Spywares and

    Worms

    · Microsoft Outlook and Office Communication and

    Automation

    TARGET AUDIENCE Executive Secretaries & Personal Assistants.

    DURATION: 4 DAYS

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    Basic ICT

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    Intermediate ICT GRAPHICS IT AIDED REPOTING MASTERCLASSIn an increasingly competitive and demanding business environment, all cadres of organizational staff have come to appreciate the computer as an indispensable tool for effective performance.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES The course offers participants the opportunity to become acquainted with a number of advanced ICT features that are meant to enable users automate drawing, graphing, use of tables, data analysis, interpretation & reporting

    CONTENT

    Introduction to SPSS & Basics of Graphics

    How to Construct tables for Data Analysis

    How to Draw Bar Chart, Pie Charts, Line Graphs &

    Histogram

    Gantt Charts for Planning, Logistics & Operations

    Understanding Trends & Forecasting

    Simple Statistics: Regression & Moving Averages

    Application of various Charts in Writing Management

    Reports

    TARGET AUDIENCE Database/Information Managers,Records/Personnel/Statistics Officers, Research & Planning Officers, Librarians.

    Duration:� 4 days

    Microsoft office is a globally accepted application software for increased office productivity. The suite comprises Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. This class will afford participants advanced functionality in the usage of Microsoft applications.

    Content Introduction to the New Microsoft Office Using the New Office Ribbon Creating, Formatting and Editing and

    Reviewing Document in Word Using Excel for Arithmetic and Logic

    Computations Using Charts and Graphs in Excel Mail Merging Creating Presentation Slides with PowerPoint Using Design and Animation for Effective

    Presentation Protecting Documents, Workbooks and Slides

    TARGET AUDIENCE All staff who are not IT Savvy.

    Duration:� 4 days

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    Microsoft Ofce Masterclass

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    Leadership Development

    Report Writing And

    Communication Skills

    Strategic IQ

    Personal Effectiveness And Self Mastery

    Programme

    Workplace Communication

    Strategy

    Creating Value Through Supervisory

    Alignment

    Performance Management

    Balanced Scorecard

    Workplace Health, Security And Safety Programme [HSS

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  • Leadership Development

    Report Writing And Communication Skills

    OBJECTIVES

    By the end of this report writing training participants will be able to:· Prepare and plan reports that meet their

    intended purpose · Produce reports that conform to an

    established and acceptable structure · Proof read and edit their reports

    effectively before submitting them to their intended readers

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    The programme is designed to deliver specific skills and knowledge to the participants. Consequently, at the end of the training, participants are expected to have been exposed to the following leadership Skills and Knowledge.· Change management· Communication· Team Management· Presentation skills· Strategic Thinking and Management· Delegation and control· Use of personal SWOT Analysis· Decision-making skills

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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  • Strategic IQ Personal Effectiveness And Self Mastery OVERVIEW/OBJECTIVES

    The programme objectives amongst others will help staff of the Corporation to find out about their own values, abilities and goals thus improving their own personal effectiveness which in turn improves Organisation effectiveness. The programme will enable participants achieve the following:· To analyze their current effectiveness in terms

    of time and priority management.· To develop skills for setting clear goals and

    building action plan for achieving them.· To apply the most appropriate tools for

    setting, aligning and implementing priorities· To explore the realm of Personal Mastery to

    enhance their effectiveness in the workplace · To develop practical skills and expertise in

    coping with “time

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    Participants are expected at the end of the programme to be able to:· Assess their strategic IQ and identify ways

    of boosting it· Develop the capability for constant strategic

    change· Chart new paths to winning, capturing

    opportunities fast and exploring them decisively

    · Learn to build on their strengths and develop personal qualities that are key to performing well

    · Lead by example with new insights into their personal inertia and agility.

    TARGET AUDIENCE

    Corporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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  • Creating Value Through Supervisory Alignment

    Effective supervision is vital at all levels of an organization's

    operations. It ensures corporate alignment, adequate allocation

    and utilization of scarce resources. The management skills

    required for achieving value creation through supervisory

    alignment will be given full exposition in this course.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this course, participants would learn how to create values, use supervisory as a motivational tool and build an alignment management and staff for improved productivity.

    CONTENT

    Management Skills for Effective Supervision

    The Supervisory Alignment With Corporate Strategies

    Supervisory Ethics & Codes of Conduct

    Un-aligning Irritating Supervisory Habits

    Value Creation in Supervisory Management

    How to Manage Difficult Situation & Difficult Staff

    Integrity, Transparency & Accountability in Supervisory

    Management

    TARGET AUDIENCESupervisors, Sectional Heads, Team Leaders and all those with supervisory functions.

    Duration:�5 days

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this programme, participants should be able to1. Align communications with the Organization's

    overall strategy2. Build and develop strong working relationships

    at all levels in the organisation3. Communicate effectively using simple and

    concise language4. Manage internal and external meetings

    appropriately5. Bui ld co l laborat ive re lat ionships that

    emphasize trust and respect6. Foster cross-cultural understanding in the

    workplace7. Keep the individual emotions under control

    while on the job. 8. Use communication skills effectively when

    relating to colleagues. 9. Differentiate between objective and subjective

    reporting.

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    Workplace Communication Strategy

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  • Balanced Scorecard

    OVERVIEW / OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the training, participants are expected to: a. Know the steps involved in developing strategic

    plan using balanced scorecard methodologyb. Appreciate how balanced scorecard can be

    used to improve organizational performancec. Participants should be able to carry out

    organization assessmentd. Part ic ipants should be able to define

    organizational purpose, mission and vision statements

    e. Participants should be able to develop objectives, measures, targets and initiatives

    f. Participant should be able to monitor, evaluate and report on strategy performance

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    Performance Management

    OVERVIEW/OBJECTIVES

    The objectives to be achieved at the end of the programme are: · To enable the employees achieve superior

    standard of work performance.· To help the employees in identifying the

    knowledge and skills required for performing their jobs.

    · To identify the barriers to effective performance and resolving those barriers through constant moni tor ing, coach ing and deve lopment interventions.

    · To promote personal growth and advancement in the career of the employees by helping them in acquiring the desired knowledge and skills.

    · To remedy any situations that are hindering growth and underperforming employees.

    · To clarify mission, goals, responsibilities, priorities and expectations

    · To identify and resolve performance problems · Recognize quality performance ` Understand the roles of manager and staff in the

    performance development process.

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    Workplace Health, Security And Safety [HSS]

    OVERVIEW/OBJECTIVES

    The rationale for a Workplace Security and Safety programme is to inculcate good safety habits in all staff so as to engender a strong safety culture in the Corporation. Consequently, the specific objectives of the course are as follows:

    i. To equip the staff of the Corporation with the required skills, knowledge and attitudes on workplace safety and security processes,

    ii. To enhance safety and security consciousness in the workplace,

    iii. Identify risks and the control measures,iv. To provide appropriate skills to the participants for

    application on the jobs, v. To highlights issues in health management safety

    culture andvi. To understand the basics of Safety Management

    TARGET AUDIENCECorporate Services/Operations Divisions

    DURATION: 5 DAYS

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    egistra�on is via the Learning Management System (LMS) by RDepartmental Training Officers (DTOs) or email via Programme Coordinator as shall be announced for auto‐enrolment.ominated staff shall be no�fied individually and would be sent pre‐Nlearning course materials two weeks before course commencement.

    REGISTRATION / NOMINATIONS

  • Our Facility

    Centre for Deposit Insurance System Training & Education

    The building features an Auditorium, Syndicate Ofces,

    Class Rooms, Cafeteria, Gym, Library and much more.

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  • LocationCity Gate

    The NDIC Academy, Centre for Deposit Insurance System Training & Education, is situated in the heart of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory.

    It is located at No. 32 Anthony Enahoro Street, Utako District of the FCT- Abuja.

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    Students attending a course in the Academy

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