JUST IN: NTC Extends Licensure Exams Registration Deadline To September 11

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION UPDATE!The National Teaching Council wishes to inform the general public that the deadline for the GTLE registration has been extended to the end of this week to enable candidates who are facing confirmation issues to do so.

Unconfirmed candidates are to go to the awarding institution (UCC/UEW) to have their details uploaded into the NTC portal. Unconfirmed candidates may also come to the NTC head office with your ORIGINAL SCHOOL CERTIFICATE for confirmation. Prospective candidates who come to the NTC head office without the ORIGINAL certificate will be turned away.

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has extended the deadline for the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination.

The new deadline is September 11,2021 .

In a statement issued by the head of public relations at the National Teaching Council, Dennis Osei Owusu, on September 8,2021 ,the NTC has extended the deadline for candidates who faced challenges during the process to get registered.

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“The National Teaching Council has taken cognisance of the challenges some candidates are encountering for the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) ”

“The NTC in consultation with Stakeholders especially PrinCof and TTAG, has extended the deadline for GTLE registration from 9th to 11th September, 2021

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