teachers licensing

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has sent out a message to all teachers who provided their details on the teacher registration portal in the 2019/2020 academic year. The council opened registration for In-service teachers employed in the public or private sector. The purpose of this registration was to introduce every teacher currently in active service to the NTC Teacher Portal Ghana (TPG) which will serve as the online hub for all continuous professional development activities and licensing. The registration was also to provide NTC an updated database of all teachers in the country.

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Every teacher across the country was advised to use this lockdown period to familiarize him or herself with the NTC TPG web portal. Meanwhile, the council in 2020 piloted in-service teacher license at Savelugu Municipal and some other districts across Ghana.

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Currently, information shared with educandghana.net indicates that many in-service teachers in uploading their details to the teacher portal interchanged details such as first names, surnames, and other names. Also, some documents of proof such as first professional qualification, first appointment letter, proof of rank, et’al have either not been uploaded or have been uploaded interchangeably.

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All in-service teachers are therefore urged to revisit their portal to make the necessary corrections to enable the council to activate every teacher’s account. Persons can click below to login into their portal to correct all anomalies;

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