National Teacher Training (NTT) is a one-year course that provides the necessary qualifications to teach in primary schools in India. The course is equivalent to a Master's degree and is available at a number of universities across the country. After completing the NTT teachers are able to apply for jobs in any primary school in India. The National Teacher Training (NTT) course is the most common form of teacher training in Germany. It is a two-year full-time course that leads to the state examination. The NTT course is offered by all German states except for Berlin and Brandenburg.
National Teacher Training (NTT) is a course that is equivalent to the present day's BTEC National Diploma in Education and Training. NTT was introduced in England in the early 1990s as a means of providing initial teacher training that was more work-based and less academic than traditional university courses. The NTT course is two years long and is designed to lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).