MTN Ghana became the first corporate user of the PortaPrep Examination Platform in March 2020, when the Capital Projects Group subscribed to the platform early in the month. The subscription is part of a package deal that trains 34 of its engineers and other professionals in preparation for the PMP credential examination of the Project Management Institute, PMI. MTN places a lot of emphasis on the development of its human capital. Consequently it has invested significantly in the training of its staff over the years. Project management certifications are among the credentials it encourages its engineers and other professionals to achieve. For over a decade the company has been working with training providers in Ghana, and generally on the African continent, to develop the project delivery skills of these employees. One training provider the company works with in that regard is Project Focus, which specialises solely in the discipline of project management. It is also an associated company of the Portaprep Examination Platform. Project Focus is delivering this 34-man programme. The preparation programme involves, for each participant, ten days of training and thirty hours of use of the relevant components of the PMP Exam on the platform. Mr. Bernard Agblevor coordinates the programme between the Capital Projects Group and the Learning and Development unit, within the Human Resource Department, of MTN Ghana on the programme.