In June 2017, ACBF approved a grant of $345,000 to the Public Service Institute of Nigeria (PSIN). The Institute is one of the manpower development institutes in Nigeria with a mandate to train senior and middle-level managers in both the Federal and State governments.
The grant supported PSIN to expand the knowledge and skills of its teaching staff and to improve critical organizational functions such as strategic planning, communication, monitoring and evaluation.
By approving this grant, ACBF enhanced the capacity of PSIN to conduct computer-based examinations through the expansion of its 90-seat Computer Based Training (CBT) Centre. The centre has expanded to a 170 seater. The ACBF issued grant enabled the purchase of computer equipment and software. The CBT Centre is a growing revenue source for PSIN as demand for computer-based testing from both the federal and state governments is expected to rise in coming years.
On this day, Prof. Emmanuel Nnadozie will officially open the CBT Centre.