The administration of the National Teaching Council (NTC) says instructors yet to be posted by the Ghana Education Service (GES) yet with a lapsed permit can sign on to https://tpg.ntc.gov.gh to apply for the meaningful permit.
The public authority showing permit gave to instructors to become experts, the Information Technology (I.T) official for the National Teaching Council (NTC), Mr Derrick Nii Adjei has said can be utilized to educate in and outside Ghana.
Nii Adjei a meeting checked by EducationWeb said the Council’s permit card is perceived by the African Federation of Teachers and consequently can be utilized to instruct in part nations of the Federation of Teachers.
“You can educate outside Ghana with the NTC instructors permit card, we have a connection with the African Federation of Teachers, so they are aware of our permit and will acknowledge Ghanaian permit,” the Teaching Council official expressed.
Dr Evelyn Oduro, NTC Executive Secretary and agent at AFTRA affirming the case made by Derrick Adjei said the permit card can be utilized outside provided that all expert necessities are met and the individual is on favorable terms.
“Per the guidelines, the card can be utilized adding that a composed affirmation is expected to approve assuming all expert prerequisites are met and the individual is on favorable terms,” Madam Evelyn Oduro said in an email to EducationWeb.
The issuance of the permit card to proficient instructors, the Registrar of the Ghana Teaching Council, Dr Christian Addai Poku has said frames part of her outfit’s work to advance educator professionalization in the country.
Mr Addai in a conversation with an Accra-based Peace 104.3 FM said the administration of the Council after the year 2024 will gradually eliminate or prevent all unlicensed educators from instructing in the different public and non-public schools homerooms.
“We have given the unfit instructors a long term period to be authorized, NTC is likewise in chats with the different educator preparing organizations in the country to assist such instructors with redesigning themselves,” he told PeaceFM’s Kwame Sefa Kayi