JTC Teacher Registration Portal (Login & Recover Account)
JTC Teacher Registration is a programme in which all teachers in the public education system and those in private education institutions are registered. It involves the assessment of a teacher’s: qualifications and character to determine his or her suitability to educate the nation’s youth. Each teacher is required to complete a registration application prior to ent
JTC Teacher Registration Portal
New Teacher Registration
This online registration process will take approximately 15-20mins to complete. The online registration process entails 3 steps, which covers submission of online forms for personal information (user profile), professional information and qualifications.
ering the education system.
to complete the online registration you will need to submit the documents listed below. After this online registration process the originals/certified copies of these documents are required to be submitted for verification to your Regional Office or the Jamaica Teaching Council.
- Certified copy of birth certificate
- Certified copies of qualification/academic qualifications
- Two written character references
- Certified copies of TRN & NIS cards
- Passport Size Photo
- Police Record (Early Childhood Teachers)
- Food Handlers Permit (Early Childhood Teachers)
Register Here =>http://tmis.jtc.gov.jm/sign-up/
How To Recover Your Account
You will need to enter your TRN, First Name, Last Name and your Date of Birth. If you are unable to login or have an issue logging in, Please
The Jamaica Teaching Council (JTC) was established as a part of the education transformation strategy to improve the quality and coverage of education nationwide. Its fundamental purpose is to professionalize the teaching profession. The Council advocates for the teaching profession, and its ultimate goal is for the teaching to become the profession of choice.
contact us at Tel: 876-922-8019, to speak with a registration officer that will assist you
The establishment of JTC is a response to the Task Force on Educational Reform Report (2004) outlining the vital role of teachers in increasing the achievement levels of learners. Specifically, the report pointed to the need for greater accountability of educational personnel and strategies that will ensure a high quality, high performing teaching profession. The Report also took note of the existing constraints of the teaching profession, in the administrative and management structure of the education system.
For more information Visit official Webpage JTC Teacher Registration Portal (Login & Recover Account)