Date For Conducting 2023 Licensing Examination Announced By NTC, Check
Here is the date that the National Teaching Council has set for the 2023 candidate licensing exam.
A new date for the 2023 Licensure Examination for new applicants has been set by the management of the National Teaching, NTC.
The 2023 Licensure Examination will be taken in April, according to NTC.
At the 9th Awards Committee meeting on the 2022 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination, the Registrar of the National Teaching Council, Dr. Christian Addai, revealed this.
Candidates for retakes and those who finished their educational programmes in 2021 or before were eligible to take the 2022 GTLE II. The Council has provided applicants who are linked with the conventional GTLE (i.e., numeracy, literacy, and essential professional skills) three chances to make amends due to the GTLE changes that will be put into effect this year. One of the three opportunities is the 2022 GTLE II; the other two will take place this year and in 2023. There will be no test for the standard courses in 2024 and thereafter after the three chances. Any conventional GTLE candidate who wants to retake the exam will have to start again with the new GTLE dispensation beginning in 2024 and afterwards.
14,442 applicants in total registered and took the 2022 GTLE II in one, two, or all three of the following subjects: numeracy, literacy, essential, and.
Professional Competence. Out of all the applicants, 6,699 were repeat applicants and 7,743 were new students who took the tests for the first time.
The projected improvements, which include subject-based testing (SBT) and computer-based testing, are well underway in terms of preparation (CBT). The Council has created content categories and a table of requirements for 65 subjects as part of the procedures leading to the implementation of the changes. The redesigned GTLE is expected to be administered in April 2023, and the majority of applicants educated under the National Teacher Education Program will take it.
Framework for Curriculum (NTECF). It is anticipated that the outcomes will, in large part, tell us how successful we have been with the implementation thus far.