NTC Opens Registration For September 2023 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination GTLE.

The National Teaching Council is mandated by Education Regulatory Bodies Act 2020 (ACT 1023) to
regulate the teaching profession in Ghana.
The purpose of the Licensing Examination is to enable qualified teachers acquire a professional licence
and prepare teachers to meet the demands of the National Teachers’ Standards of possessing the
minimum knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes necessary to deliver effectively in schools.

Ntc Updates On 2023 Licensure Exams: Registration & Exams Paper


The ongoing registration for the 2023 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) 1 is for re-sit
candidates only.

Due to the GTLE reforms which is to be implemented this year, the Council has given
three chances to candidates who are associated with the traditional GTLE (Essential Professional Skills,
Literacy and Numeracy) to redeem themselves.

The first chance was utilised in 2022 GTLE 2. This
year, two chances are available for re-sit candidates to utilise. This ongoing registration for 2023 GTLE
1 is one of the two chances.

After the two 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

Eligibility for the Licensure Examination.

Candidates who wrote the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination but were unsuccessful in some papers may register to re-sit. The candidates are to apply on-line at ntc.gov.gh and complete the application form for the licensure examination.

Payment can be made at any branch of Prudential Bank Ltd nationwide or Mobile money Payment can be made through the short code *772*51# across all networks

For in banking payment, candidates must notify the bank as re-sitting one, two or three papers.

  • Take Pin and Serial No. from the Bank after payment.
  • Log onto ntc.gov.gh
  • Enter your e-voucher Serial no. and Pin

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