The Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) was established
by the Advertising Practitioners Act No. 55 of 1988, as amended by Act No. 93
of 1992 and Act No. 116 of 1993 (now Advertising Practitioners Registration Act
Cap A7 of 2004). The adoption of a broad national mass communication policy by
the National Council of Ministers in January 1988 was a milestone in the
establishment of APCON. The various discussions that followed the adoption of
the national mass communication policy articulated the relevance and the
leadership role of advertising to the nation's social, political and economic
development as well as the need for official recognition and regulation of the
Application for registration as a student must be made on
the prescribed form which can be obtained at the premises of the organization.
The form requires an undertaking on the part of the applicant to abide by the
rules laid down by the Council from time to time.
Every applicant will be required to produce satisfactory
evidence of age, name, character and eligibility together with certified
photocopies of educational certificates and four certified passport size
Where the professional certification programme requires the transcripts
from the candidate’s previous institutions/ universities, the transcripts can
be ordered from any school in Nigeria and sent to the certifying institution via
the Electronic Transcript Exchange of Nigeria (ETX-NG) - https://www.etx-ng.com/
Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria Certification Programme(s) Entry Requirement(s):
Candidates must possess a Bachelor's Degree/Higher National Diploma from an accredited institution
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