This researcher investigated staff training programmes as correlate of service delivery in academic libraries in Imo State. The study was guided by three research questions and three hypotheses. This study adopted correlation design which also involved simple linear method. The population of this study consisted of 316 library staff in the seven tertiary institutions. A sample of 168 library staff used for this study was derived using Taro Yemen’s formula of sampling distribution. Cluster random, proportionate and incidental sampling techniques were adopted. Two instruments (rating scales) were used in this study: Staff Training Scale (STS) and Service Delivery Scale (SDS). The reliability of the instruments was established using Cronbach alpha statistic which gave reliability indices of 0.73 and 0.75 for STS and SDS respectively. The research questions were answered with Pearson (r) statistics while the hypotheses were tested with t-test significance of simple linear correlation at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of the study are that; there is a high positive and significant relationship between mentorship and service delivery in academic libraries in Imo State; there is a high positive and significant relationship between job rotation and service delivery in academic libraries in Imo State; and there is a moderate positive and significant relationship between library tours and service delivery in academic libraries in Imo State. Based on these findings, the researcher recommends that the management of academic libraries management should not relent in the use of mentoring since it positively relates with service delivery of librarians/library staff, The academic libraries’ management should not relent in the use of mentorship since it is positively relates with service delivery of librarians; staff should not be left in a particular section or department for a very long time, and library tours should be organized.