Committed to the fulfilment of its mandate to fully automate its frontline services, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is again on the road to pilot test its new online system, the “In-house Printing of Professional Identification Cards (PRC IDs)”. Said system is another module of the Licensure Examination and Registration Information System (LERIS) which is included in the eServices and decentralization thrust of the PRC for 2012.
PRC is glad to announce the success of its very first regional pilot testing of the in-house printing of PRC IDs held on July 25, 2012 at PRC-Davao. Using the new ID renewal system, PRC-Davao was able to release the IDs of professionals within 30 minutes upon their applications for renewal. The beneficiaries went home happy and satisfied with the fast printing of their professional IDs.
The pilot testing at PRC-Davao comes at the heels of the successful run of the new system at the PRC Central Office, which started on July 24.
Cognizant of the advantages of the new ID renewal system both to the Commission and to the Filipino professionals, particularly the convenience it brings, the PRC Chairperson Teresita R. Manzala directed the Commission to speed up the launching of the system to the ten (10) PRC Regional Offices.
Chairperson Manzala likewise announced that PRC is also set to launch on August 6, 2012 its ID renewal system at SM malls which should enable professionals to apply for and claim their IDs at SM branches nationwide. The PRC-SM renewal system is but one of the many ways PRC envisions to make its services more accessible and more convenient for busy professionals, she said.
Photos below show Commissioner Manalili and Director Liamzon with Ms. Rhea T. Remedios
and Mr. Nilo B. Montano both registered teachers, gladly showing their newly
claimed PRC ID.
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