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PCG Officers and Cadets Receive PRC Services Through Mobile Caravan

BAGAC, BATAAN - The Professional Regulation Commission Regional Office III – San Fernando City (PRC RO III – San Fernando City) in cooperation with the Coast Guard Education, Training and Doctrine Command-Coast Guard School for Special Maritime Affairs (CGETDC-CGSSMA) of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) conducted a Mobile Service for three (3) days from May 18-19, 2023 at the latter’s National Headquarters, Farola Compound, Binondo Manila, and last May 20, 2023 at the CGETDC-Regional Training Center, Bagac, Bataan.


PRC was able to serve not only the PCG officers, personnel, cadets but also the professionals from Bataan and Zambales. A total of seven hundred and ten (710) transactions were completed on the said dates, which include: 1. Renewal of Professional Identification Card (PIC), 2. Initial Registration, 3. Certifications, 4. Authentications, 5. Petitions, and 6. Technical Assistance on LERIS/CPDAS accounts.

Aside from the services provided, an orientation was also conducted by the PRC Region III Officer, to key officers of PCG entitled "Professionalizing the PCG Personnel."

PRC RO III – San Fernando City is grateful to CG RADM Enriquez Jr. and all officers and personnel of PCG for their support of the mobile outreach program of the Commission. The Commission is looking forward to more partnerships that will benefit more professionals and various stakeholders in the regions.

This undertaking is in pursuit of the PRC’s thrust in bringing its services closer to the community, saving time, resources, transportation, and other incidental costs of the clients.






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