How To Know If Your Nexit Training Confirmation Was Done Properly (Step-By-Step)

In this article, we’ll talk about how to tell if your Nexit Training Confirmation via the code *45665# was completed successfully. Let’s get this party started!

The fact that Npower’s management has confirmed the start of the Nexit Scheme for Exited Npower Beneficiaries and set February 2022 as the date for Nexit training is no longer news.

Nexit applicants, on the other hand, will need to use the NSIP service code to verify their Shortlist status and confirm their availability for the training. The idea behind using the code is to make it possible for those with smaller phones to register without needing to go to a cafe or use Android phones.

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More than 35,000 Nexit applicants have successfully confirmed training availability for the first group of Nexit candidates since the Nexit Option was added to the NSIP service code.

You must have completed the Nexit training checking procedure steps below using the USSD code *45665 to know if your Nexit training confirmation was completed correctly.

1) Use a recharge card to load your Nexit registered phone number.

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2) To check the status of your eligibility, dial *45665#. If you are chosen, you will receive a pop-up SMS asking you to confirm your availability for training.

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3) Dial *45665# one again to confirm your attendance at the training. You will receive a pop-up SMS confirming that you have successfully confirmed your availability for the training in February if your availability is confirmed.

You’re good to go if you’ve finished these two steps. If you were shortlisted and were unable to complete this procedure, you may still be notified by management if another option is available.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: February 5, 2022 — 1:23 pm

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