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Notice to the Public - Professional Regulation Commission

Unauthorized Individuals, Groups or Entities Claiming to be Connected with PRC

This is to warn the general public against dealing with individuals or entities claiming to be connected with the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), or using the name of its Officials, Personnel, and/or members of the PRC Boards, either by presenting fake calling cards and other identification cards, including the use of its official logos, for personal or financial gain, to facilitate and/or process the application and/or release of various PRC documents, or in promising examinees to pass the licensure examination.

The PRC follows its procedures and processes as enshrined in its Citizens Charter. The PRC disclaims all representations which are purportedly extended by these unscrupulous individuals.

The public is hereby directed to report these individuals, entities or groups representing, soliciting, asking money or any consideration, related to PRC transactions, or for facilitating PRC services and any other similar activities to the PRC ARTA Committee at arta@prc.gov.ph.

Further, the transacting public is advised to refer to the PRC Citizen’s Charter on the requirements and timelines for the release of relevant documents. The PRC Citizen’s Charter is conspicuously posted at the PRC premises and on the official website at www.prc.gov.ph.

The PRC will continuously take measures to protect the public from false information and fake documents provided by any unauthorized individuals, groups or entities.

 

Quick Links to PRC Online Services

Click the links below to access our Online Services:

https://online.prc.gov.ph
https://online1.prc.gov.ph
  • Application for Examination
  • Initial Registration
  • Renewal of Professional Identification Card
  • Certifications of Board Rating and Passing

(NOTE: If you are having issues connecting, try clearing your browsing history first)

 

CPD NOTICE​

Professionals who are unable to comply with the required CPD credit units are ALLOWED to renew their Professional Identification Card (PIC) upon execution of an undertaking to complete the required CPD credit units to the next PIC Renewal.

This undertaking can be availed until December 31, 2021.

Disclaimer: Execution of an Undertaking is not a waiver to CPD compliance.

For information and guidance.

 

Alleged PRC Review Materials for Licensure Examinations​

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), the agency mandated to implement the regulatory laws and policies for the various regulated professions, is NOT involved in the production, sale, and distribution of review materials for the licensure examinations.

The public is thus advised that the PRC does not endorse or advertise review materials made available for the licensure examinations. It is also not connected or affiliated to sellers/ distributors of such review materials, particularly those that are situated close to the PRC office premises. Their proximity to the PRC premises does not guarantee the quality and credibility of the review materials being sold.

The PRC will continuously take measures to protect the public from false and misleading information, especially those concerning the licensure examinations.

 

IMPORTANT AND URGENT ADVISORY

 

TO ALL PRC EXAMINEES:


DON’T BE A VICTIM!

Beware of FIXERS who pose as or claim to know a Professional Regulatory Board Chairperson / Member or PRC officials/employees and offer their services to help you PASS a licensure examination or facilitate any transaction in exchange for a hefty amount of money.

Report or write immediately to:

LICENSURE OFFICE

Professional Regulation Commission
4th Floor, PRC Annex Building
P. Paredes St., Sampaloc, Manila
Telephone No.:  5310-0024
E-mail: prc.licensureoffice@gmail.com

OFFICE OF LEGAL SERVICE

Professional Regulation Commission
2nd Floor, delegation Building
PICC, CCP Complex, Pasay, City
Telephone No.: 8821-9294
E-mail: legalservice.prc@gmail.com 

 

Important CPD Announcement

ALL applicants for Accreditation of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Provider, Program, and Self-Directed Learning are hereby reminded to submit their APPLICATION with COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS in HARD and SOFT COPY (PDF format) pursuant to Memorandum Circular No. 10 series of 2017 and Memorandum dated November 19, 2018.

PRC shall not accept any applications with incomplete requirements.

 

Public Advisory on Unofficial Websites and Facebook Pages

This is to inform the public that the following websites and Facebook pages, representing as official website/Facebook page of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) by using the PRC logo, are not, in any way, connected to or is duly authorized by PRC:

  • www.prcboardnews.com
  • https://www.facebook.com/prcboardnews/
  • https://prcexamsresult.blogspot.com
  • https://www.facebook.com/Philippine-Board-Exam-Results-111736658886758/
  • www.boardexamresultsph
  • https://www.facebook.com/examresult
  • www.prcpassers.com
  • https://www.facebook.com/PRC-Board-and-Licensure-Exam-Results-407038286024259/
  • www.prcboard.com
  • https://www.facebook.com/PRCBoard/
  • https://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/prcgov/
  • https://www.facebook.com/prcgovexamresult/

PRC therefore is not accountable for the accuracy, veracity, or content of any information provided or appearing from the said sources as they are not officially published by the PRC. Further, PRC is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within these sites.

The official website of PRC is www.prc.gov.ph and its official Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/professionalregulationcommission.

 

Warning Against Fixers

The Professional Regulation Commission warns the applicants and Professionals against fixers who offer services to transact with PRC in their behalf by obtaining personal information, including username and password. PRC clients are advised to observe the following when transacting online:

  1. APPOINTMENT SLOTS ARE FREE.
  2. Do not allow anyone to have your password.
  3. Change your password regularly.
  4. Do not let other people create your online profile. Make sure that you create your own online profile and double-check your information to avoid the invalidation of your application due to wrong data/information stated.
  5. Pay only to the authorized payment channels specified in the website.

Please be guided accordingly.

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The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) informs the public of the updated contact information of its respective offices, divisions, and units.

To ensure that all queries and concerns on related transactions will be appropriately acted upon, the public is advised to direct the same to the concerned PRC office/division/unit through the following email addresses:

 

ADVISORY: Foreign Professionals Who Intend to Undergo Residency/Fellowship Training Program

Starting 30 July 2019, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Professional Regulatory Board of Medicine will accept applications for the Qualifying Assessment/Examination for Foreign Medical Professionals (FMP) who intend to undergo residency training programs in the Philippines.

ADVISORY: To All Civil Engineering Examinees Taking the Licensure Examination on November 9 and 10, 2019

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