NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
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:
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.
APPOINTMENT SLOTS ARE FREE
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:
- APPOINTMENT SLOTS ARE FREE.
- Do not allow anyone to have your password.
- Change your password regularly.
- 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.
- Pay only to the authorized payment channels specified in the website.
Please be guided accordingly.
ANNOUNCEMENT: PRC is reminding the public to directly renew their respective Professional Identification Cards
Manila, April 11, 2017 – The Professional Regulation Commission is reminding the public to directly renew their respective Professional Identification Cards (PICs) at any of its offices and officially designated offsite service centers through the PRC Online Services which can be accessed at http://prc.gov.ph. Click HERE to view the step by step procedures for PRC PIC Renewal.
Please be informed that there are groups purportedly offering similar services online but are neither accredited nor authorized by the Commission to do so. Professionals are advised to avoid transacting with these unauthorized entities and refrain from providing confidential information to avoid identity theft or misuse of information for fraudulent purposes.