The date to register your private school teachers with the National Teacher’s Council (NTC) has been released!
The National Teacher’s Council has released the final date for private schools to register teachers with them before they are no longer legally recognized by the state.
Please ensure your school complies with this legal regulation in order to continue operations without interruption. The date that your school must register teachers with the NTC is early September and end on November 15, 2022.
If you or your staff have any questions regarding this subject, please contact the NTC immediately using the number provided at the bottom of this article.
The National Teaching Council (NTC) license registration for private school teachers seeking to be awarded a temporary license by the National Teaching Council will begin in early September, according to Enoch Gyetuah, the director of the Ghana National Council of Private Schools.
What does it mean to be registered?
If you’re thinking of starting a private school, one of the first things you’ll need to do is register your teachers with the National Teacher’s Council (NTC).
This process ensures that your school meets all the necessary requirements and can provide a quality education for its students.
Who needs to be registered?
All private schools who wish to operate legally in Ghana must be registered with the National Teacher’s Council. The registration process is simple and can be done online and manually.
Once your teachers are registered, your school will be given a license number that must be displayed prominently on your website and marketing materials. Registration is valid for three years and must be renewed annually.
How do I register my school?
If you’re wanting to register your private school teachers with the NTC, you’ll need to submit an application form along with the registration fee.
The NTC will then assess your application and, if everything is in order, grant your school teachers a temporary license. You’ll need to renew your license every three years.
How long will it take to get registered?
If you’re planning on opening a private school, you’ll need to register teachers with the National Teacher’s Council (NTC). The NTC license registration date for private schools has been released, so now is the time to start the process.
Where can I find additional information?
If you are running a private school, you will need to register your teachers with the National Teacher’s Council (NTC). The registration process is simple and can be done online and manually. All you need is a valid school certificate, Ghana card, email address etc.
What happens if I don’t register in time?
If you don’t register your private school teachers with the NTC in time, you may not be able to operate legally.
This could lead to a number of problems, including being shut down by the government, being fined, and losing the trust of your students and their parents.
Plus, it’s just good business practice to be up-to-date on all your licenses and registrations! So make sure you get your teachers registered today.
If you’re planning on opening a private school, you’ll need to register it with the NTC. Here are a few FAQs about the process.
1) How do I register my private school teachers?
Section 79 of the Education Regulatory Bodies Act, 2020 (Act 1023), It is forbidden for a school owner to deliberately or carelessly hire a person as a teacher in his or her school if that individual does not hold a valid teaching license.
2) What information is required when registering my private school teacher?
In Ghana, you must be registered and have a valid practicing certificate in order to engage in teaching activities.
Collect additional evidence to support your application: copies of certifications, records, and NTC evaluation (if applicable) letters of recommendation (from former employers praising your instruction.
3) How much does it cost to register my private school teachers?
If you or your staff have any questions regarding this subject, please contact the NTC immediately using the number provided at the bottom of this article. Phone: 030 298 6325
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