TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Upscale and build Technical Capacity of Trainers and certify them through various forms of capacity building platforms such as those offered by BRIDGE, IFES, ICPS etc.

Training and developing the electorates.

ELECTORAL TRAINING

Build capacity of Commission Trainers (both HQ and State Trainers) to train and retrain both permanent and Ad-hoc Staff engaged by the Commission

TRAINING NIGERIANS ON ELECTORAL PROCESSES

RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Collects, collates and archives relevant, records, documents and materials on elections and related activities of the Commission; Undertakes the production of a bi-annual Nigerian Electoral Journal of the Electoral Institute;

Comprehensive Research on Electoral Processes

TRAINING

Training Activities

Coordinating all electoral training activities of the Commission.

RESEARCH

Research Programs

Researching electoral policy and related matters and documenting electoral research findings , policies and related matters;
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DEVELOPMENT

Electoral Regulations

Contributing towards formulating regulations or guidelines governing the electoral process;

Board Chiarman

Mallam Mohammed Kudu Haruna

Mohammed Haruna was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, on September 22, 1951. He had his primary school education at Tudun Wada Junior Primary School, Kano (1957 to 1960) and Kuka Primary School, Kano (1961 to 1964). He attended Government College, Bida, his home town, between 1965 and 1969, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, between 1971 and 1975, Glasgow College of Technology, Scotland, in 1979/1980, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1983/1984 and Harvard Advanced Management Programme in 1995.

Haruna was a political columnist between 1978 and 2016 in several publications including New Nigerian, Today, Trust, Nation, Gamji.com and Newsdiaryonline.
In recent years he has delivered papers on Politics, Journalism and Mass Communication as a resource person at seminars, lectures and workshops organised by universities and institutions like the Nigerian Press Council, the Nigerian Guild of Editors and the Independent National Electoral Commission.

CORE VALUES OF THE ELECTORAL INSTITUTE

The institute is INEC's organ responsible for research and training of electoral personnel. 

(The values below can be easily remembered by the acronym PEDITT)
Professionalism
TEI shall display competence, efficiency and effectiveness with good attitude.
Excellence
TEI shall be committed to the promotion of merit and professionalism as basis for all its actions.
Dedication
TEI shall be committed to providing quality training and research guided by the best international practice and standards.
Integrity
TEI shall maintain truthfulness and honesty in all its dealings.
Team Spirit
TEI shall create a conducive environment that will promote team spirit among its staff at all levels.
Transparency and Accountability
TEI shall display openness in all its activities and be accountable to the Commission and all stakeholders.

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TEI DEPARTMENTS

The Institute was established to conduct electoral research that will guide policies of the Commission and help it take effective decisions on election administration and the electoral process in general. Here are our three departments:

200
Staff Trained
142691
Trained Electorates
700
Research Materials
200
Educators

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