NOTICE: Trainee Status Update – From 1st February to 8th February 2019
Dear NABCO Trainee,
Kindly follow the instructions below to update your status on the NABCO Scheme. This request should be treated as urgent; all trainees are expected to respond to this directive by 5.00 pm on Friday 8th February 2019.
You have been sent a text message to update your details: correction of personal details, telephone contacts, eZwich numbers, agency of placement among other details.
Placed trainees will also have access to the Assumption of Duty Form. You are required to print and have it authorised by youragency Heads and District Coordinators; once done please UPLOAD back unto the system.
PLEASE NOTE: Those who have been locally placed by District Coordinators (and not by the Central System) should not worry, they will also have to execute the updates withoutAssumption of Duty. This will be resolved once data from Districts are completely reconciled unto the system.
DECLINE OF NABCO OFFER: As a voluntary scheme, you have an opportunity to officially exit even at this stage; simplygive NABCO feedback on reasons for your exit: be it permanent employment, further education and entrepreneurship and others. REMEMBER that once an offer is DECLINED by you, the system automatically removes you permanently.
AWAITING PLACEMENT: If your status says awaiting but you have recently been offered placement locally, please update your records. For all other trainees awaiting placement you are required to update your details on the portal as indicated earlier. However, unplaced trainees can only have access to print andupload their Assumption of duty forms, after they have been processed formally for their work experience.
NOTE: If you mistakenly DECLINE or are on PENDING Selection please await a further notification offering guidance on the next steps. In all cases, however, please make the DISTRICT your first point of contact to resolve these issues.
DEADLINE: 5:00 pm Friday 8th February 2019. Failure to Update us on the system shall be taken to mean consent to be withdrawn from the scheme; with no right of return.