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FMARD/PACE UPDATE: What Next After Successful Onboarding Application Message

This article is about onboarding messages to all successful FMARD Enumerators that were shortlisted in the FMARD ongoing programme in conjunction with the N-Power Scheme.

Many have received their message but are still confused on what to do next, please don’t be, for we will give you tips concerning what to do next.

According to FMARD PACE officials, an email has been sent to all successful candidates of the FMARD programme which state:

Dear Enumerators, Check your email for onboarding instructions. Ensure you complete your onboarding process on your preferred device”.

If you have received this message, congratulations for coming this far in the FMARD PACE 2020 validation programme.

Read: How To Resolve N-Power FMARD PACE “Invalid Login Attempt” And Test Login Issues

Also many have been having issues accessing their test page or are yet to receive an email from FMARD.

The FMARD Technical team has put up ways to assist and correct these errors faced by applicants

According to FMARD technical team “ If you have written the test kindly send your NPVN number, full name, email address & phone number also attach a screenshot of the test result & test link sent to your email address to Forum: under the specified Forum topic.”

Then follow the instruction;

If you are yet to receive an engagement form after writing the test, kindly reply this topic with ONE message containing;

  1. Screenshot of the test link email sent to you
  2. Screenshot of the test score mail sent
  3. Your name
  4. Your phone number and
  5. Your email address.

What Next to Do if I have received my FMARD On boarding Message/Email

If you have received an on boarding message, instructions on what to do are all included in the email. Ensure you follow them strictly.

Note all information needed to continue your application are all stated in the email sent to you.

Congratulations once again.

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