MTN Foundation ICT & Business Skills Training Program

The MTN foundation in its bid to promote Information Communication Technology (ICT), Entrepreneurial and Business skills among the youth, is organising an ICT and Business Skills training in Nigeria.

The MTN ICT and Business skills acquisition program is the Network Giant’s initiative aimed at promoting youth empowerment.

The MTN foundation believes that 90% of jobs across all sectors will require technological skills to thrive in this present day world.

More so, the acquisition of business and entrepreneurial skills will help transform ideas into real, profitable and sustainable businesses. Training the youth in these regard is a parnersia for sustainable success.

Training Coverage

The training is designed to encompass various ICT/Employability and basic business skills needed by youths for start up businesses. Participants are expected to at the end of the training program acquire knowledge of ICT in the areas of Social Media; Microsoft Word, Excel and Power-point; and Internet/Web Usage.


The partners and facilitators for the training program are the MTNN Ecosystem partners which include IBM, KPMG, Google, Digital Bridge Institute and Oracle.

Eligibility for MTN Foundation ICT & Business Skills Training

  • Applicant must be a youth of age 18 to 35 years old.
  • Candidate must be interested in leveraging on Information Communication Technology.

Registration is FREE and open to all those who meet the above requirements

How to Apply for MTN Foundation ICT & Business Skills Training

The method of application is online, interested applicants can apply using the MTN ICT and Business Skills Training – application form here:

Application Deadline/Closing Date

Application for the training closes on Tuesday, 3rd September, 2019.

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