The management of the National Teaching Council (NTC) responsible for licensing teachers in the country says it has rescheduled the date to conduct the 2022 teacher licensure examination previously slated for May this year.
In a statement copied to EducationWeb, the Teaching Council said the 8th edition of the Ghana teacher licensure examination (GTLE) will now be conducted on Monday, June 13, 2022, and Tuesday, June 14, 2022.
The postponement of the examination, the Council said has become necessary due to the scheduled end of semester examination in the colleges of education resulting in the unavailability of some centres for the conduct of the GTLE.
1. All Prospective candidates who hold the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) or a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), M.Ed and are desirous of seeking employment as teachers.
2. All the above-mentioned candidates who completed in 2021 or before qualify to write the examination at a Centre of their choice.
3. Candidates who wrote the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) but were unsuccessful in some papers may register to re-sit.
How to register for the 2022 teacher licensure examination
1. Take Pin and Serial No. from the Bank after payment.
2. Log onto exams.ntc.gov.gh
3. Enter your e-voucher Serial no. and Pin
4. Fill in all the fields and remember to upload your passport-size photograph (NTC will not accept any request for a change of photograph after the examination.)
5. Review the information provided and submit.
6. Print a Summary of the inputs made and examination regulations
Candidates the management of the Teaching Council has said should keep their Pin and Serial number secured or reserved after registration for the licensure examination for further use after the national teachers’ examination.
GTLE is to enable qualified teachers to acquire a professional licence to meet the demands of the National Teachers’ Standards of possessing the minimum knowledge, skills, values and attitudes necessary to deliver effectively in schools.