Home Notices Teachers December 2022 Teacher Licensure Examination meant for re-sit candidates – NTC

December 2022 Teacher Licensure Examination meant for re-sit candidates – NTC

NTC LICENSURE TEACHERS LICENSE december 2022

Ferdinand|EducationGhana|November 19| December 2022 Teacher Licensure Examination meant for re-sit candidates – NTC

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has said that the December 2022 Teacher Licensure Examination was meant for re-sit candidates and those who completed their education programmes in 2021 or before.

”The registration for the 2022 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) 2 is for re-sit candidates and those who completed their education programmes in 2021 or before.”

The NTC made this revelation in a statement issued on their Facebook page on November 18, 2022.

Reason

The NTC said the decision was due to the GTLE reforms which are to be implemented next year, the Council is giving three chances to candidates who are associated with the traditional GTLE (Essential Professional Skills, Literacy and Numeracy) to redeem themselves.

This registration for 2022 GTLE 2 is one of the three chances, the two others will be conducted next year. After the three chances, there will be no examination for the traditional subjects in 2024 and beyond.

Any candidate of the traditional GTLE who would like to write GTLE again will have to start afresh with the GTLE dispensation in 2024 and beyond.

 

December 2022 Teacher Licensure Examination meant for re-sit candidates - NTC | 1

 

Check Also:

How to write and Address a Letter of Sponsorship as a School in the GES HERE

How to write and address any form of Letter to the Ghana Education Service HERE

How to write and Address an Application for Car Maintenance Allowance as a Teacher HERE

How to write and Address an Application for Responsibility Allowance as a Teacher HERE

Check This Out: Top 10 Steps to Register and write Exams in KATon Computing Training Workshop

 

 

NO COMMENTS

Leave a Reply

Don`t copy text!
%d bloggers like this: