The National Teaching Council (NTC) is an agency responsible for regulating the teaching profession in Ghana.
Its main objective is to promote excellence in the teaching profession and improve the quality of education in the country.
The NTC is currently accepting applications for various teaching positions, and if you’re interested in applying, we’ve got you covered.
We’ll walk you through the application process and provide you with all the information you need to submit a successful application.
Before we dive into the application process, let’s take a look at the requirements for the various teaching positions available.
Requirements for Teaching Positions
To apply for a teaching position with the NTC, you must meet the following requirements:
- Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accredited institution
- Have completed your mandatory National Service
- Pass the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination
- Have at least one year of teaching experience
If you meet the above requirements, you’re eligible to apply for a teaching position with the NTC.
To apply for a teaching position with the NTC, follow these steps:
- Visit the NTC website at www.ntc.gov.gh
- Click on the “Registration” tab
- Select “Teacher Registration”
- Click on “Create Account”
- Fill in your personal information and click on “Create Account”
- Log in to your account and select “Apply for License”
- Fill in the application form and upload the required documents
- Pay the application fee
To complete your application, you’ll need to upload the following documents:
- A scanned copy of your Bachelor’s degree certificate
- A scanned copy of your National Service certificate
- A scanned copy of your Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination certificate
- A teaching experience letter from your previous employer
The application fee for a teaching license is GHS 220.00. Payment can be made using Mobile Money, Visa/Mastercard, or through the Ghana Post GPS system.
In conclusion, if you meet the requirements and are interested in pursuing a teaching career in Ghana, then applying for a teaching license with the National Teaching Council is a great place to start.
We wish you the best of luck in your teaching career!