Essential Short Codes for Teachers in Ghana

Short codes are special telephone numbers designed for high-throughput, two-way messaging. Short codes are used to send and receive SMS and MMS messages to and from mobile phones.

In Ghana, where access to technology is rapidly expanding, teachers can leverage short codes to streamline administrative tasks, access resources, and enhance their teaching methodologies. These short codes, easily accessible through mobile phones, provide quick access to vital information and services. Let’s explore some essential short codes tailored to empower teachers across Ghana:

  • National Teaching Council (NTC): This code *772*51# provides access to the National Teaching Council’s platform, where teachers can register, renew their licenses, and access professional development resources to enhance their teaching skills.
  • GNAT Provident (Tier 3): Teachers who are members of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Provident Fund can access their information by dialing *789*33#.
  • GESOPS (Tier 2): For information regarding the Tier 2 pension scheme under the Ghana Education Service Occupational Pension Scheme (GESOPS), teachers can dial *365*65#.

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  • Teachers Fund: To access the Teachers Fund, which provides financial assistance to teachers, teachers can dial *888#.
  • SSNIT (Tier 1): Teachers can access their Tier 1 Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) information by dialing *711*9#.
  • NHIS: Teachers can convenientlyregister for the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) by dialing *929#.
  • GNAT Ashanti Bundle: Teachers in the Ashanti region can enjoy special data bundles by dialing *800*08#.
  • NAGRAT Data Bundle: To access data bundles specifically tailored for members of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), teachers can dial *227*2234#.

By leveraging these essential short codes, teachers in Ghana can enhance their efficiency, access valuable resources, and stay connected with relevant educational services. As technology continues to evolve, incorporating these short codes into daily teaching practices can significantly contribute to improving the quality of education and empowering teachers across Ghana.

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