Teacher License Registration: How to Change Forgotten Passwords

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has given some guidelines in relation to the registration of teachers for their licenses.

I have forgotten my password on Teacher Portal Ghana, but have access to my email. How can I login to my account

  1. Go to https://tpg.ntc.gov.gh/account/send-password-reset-link/teacher in a web browser
  2. Enter your email address
  3. Click “Send reset link”
  4. Check your email for a message from NTC TPG
  5. Click on it and follow the instructions to reset your password

I have forgotten my email and password for Teacher Portal Ghana. How can I login to my account?

If you have forgotten both your password and email, you can use your telephone number to recover your account.

  1. Go to https://tpg.ntc.gov.gh/account/send-one-time-password/teacher in a web browser
  2. Enter your telephone number
  3. Click “Send OTP”
  4. An OTP will be sent to you within 15 minutes
  5. After receiving your OTP go back to https://tpg.ntc.gov.gh/account/send-one-time-password/teacher and enter your telephone number again
  6. A field will be made available to you to enter the OTP code
  7. Enter the OTP code sent to your telephone and submit
  8. Once your account is opened, click “Reset password”.

10.Click “Change email” to change the email of the current account to a new one so you can use that to login
11. Click “Update account password” to update the password of the account.
12. On your next login, use your new email and password to login

Disclaimer For Readers

Ghanascholarship.net only gather’s authentic information on the web to compile credible readable text  for our cherished readers.

We advice you to do more research before using information on this blog for decision making.

Again, We do not provide scholarship for students, our work is simple, we search for ongoing scholarships world wide and share them with you so you can apply…Thus all

Do not hesitate to reach us via the contact us page should you detect any copyright issues or misleading information on this blog.

Join our Newsletter

Back to top button