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New Date For NPC Training Enumerators and Supervisors Update July 2023



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As we approach the month of July of 2023, the National Population Census (NPC) is gearing up for an important milestone in its preparations—the training of enumerators and supervisors.

These important positions play a critical role in ensuring the accuracy and success of the upcoming census 2023. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of this training, the importance of enumerators and supervisors, and share the latest update on the eagerly anticipated new date for NPC training in July 2023.

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As of July 06, 2023, the new date for NPC training enumerators and supervisors is still on hold since the National Population Commission census 2023 was postponed from May 3–7 to a new date that President Tinubu will announce.

The Role of Enumerators and Supervisors

Enumerators and supervisors are the backbones of any census operation. They are responsible for collecting accurate and comprehensive data from households, individuals, and businesses within their assigned areas. Enumerators are typically tasked with conducting face-to-face interviews, administering questionnaires, and recording vital information. Supervisors, on the other hand, oversee the work of enumerators, ensuring data quality, resolving issues, and maintaining consistent standards throughout the process.

The Importance of Training

To ensure the accuracy, consistency, and reliability of the census data, it is crucial for enumerators and supervisors to undergo comprehensive training. Training programs equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to conduct interviews effectively, use the provided tools and technology, handle sensitive information, and adhere to established protocols and guidelines. By investing in robust training programs, the NPC aims to foster a professional and competent workforce capable of carrying out their responsibilities with precision and integrity.

Update on the New Training Date

While the exact date for the NPC training of enumerators and supervisors in July 2023 has not yet been fixed or decided, the NPC is actively working towards finalizing the schedule. Recognizing the significance of this training, the NPC is meticulously planning every aspect to ensure a seamless and effective training experience for all participants. The delay in confirming the date is a testament to the NPC’s commitment to delivering a high-quality census and providing its workforce with the best possible training.

What to Expect

As the NPC continues to finalize the training schedule, potential enumerators and supervisors can anticipate a comprehensive program that covers a wide range of topics. The training will likely include classroom sessions, practical exercises, and hands-on experience to familiarize participants with the census procedures, questionnaire administration, data collection techniques, and ethical considerations. Additionally, enumerators and supervisors may receive training on the usage of digital tools and technology that will streamline data collection and management.

Stay Tuned for Updates

As the NPC’s preparations progress, it is essential for all prospective enumerators and supervisors to stay informed about the upcoming training schedule. Regularly checking the NPC’s official website, social media channels, and local government announcements will provide the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the new date for training. Being proactive and attentive will ensure that interested individuals do not miss out on this invaluable opportunity to contribute to the success of the NPC.


The training of enumerators and supervisors for the NPC is a vital step in conducting an accurate and reliable census. Although the exact date for the training in July2023 is yet to be determined. Enumerators and supervisors should remain engaged, stay tuned for updates, and be prepared to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their responsibilities effectively. With a well-trained workforce, the NPC will be well-equipped to execute a successful census and provide invaluable data for informed decision-making and policy planning.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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