Ghana Education News| NCOPST to help facilitate work on delayed teacher license for private school teachers. Mr. Ackon James, the NCOPST Director in a communique copied to Ghanaeducation.org said.
Delayed teacher license and NCOPST assistance
“The National Council of Private School Teachers (NCOPST) wishes to inform all private school teachers who have applied for teacher license for the past months or years that the council is embarking on a follow-up exercise to enable them to acquire the teacher License”
He added that not all teachers who applied for the teacher license have had their licenses approved by the NTC.
“Research shows that many of the teachers who applied for the teacher license and at 100% have not been approved hence cannot log into the portfolio page to upload Certificates, videos and picture evidence of the progress of their pupils to acquire credit points,” the statement said.
Due to this, the National Council of Private School Teachers is calling on all private school teachers who have applied and are waiting for the teacher License (GTP Account approval) for months or years to submit their teacher license payment receipt to our office at St John’s Preparatory School, Achimota – Accra for a follow-up exercise.
The council further advised all Private School Teachers in Ghana to register and join the National Council of Private School Teachers for better conditions of service and better livelihood.
According to Mr. Ackon, members of NCOPST get the opportunity to raise funds on the council’s crowdfunding website to help them further Education, start small new businesses, deal with critical health conditions, and support old aged private school teachers.
The council furthered that private school teaches can join the NCOPST by contacting the PRO on 0240818171 or Secretariat 0245219037 or Programme Manager on 0241216286.