PRC License Renewal in 6 Easy Steps (Latest)

Last updated: September 4, 2014 by 24 Comments

It’s been two years since my last PRC license renewal and finally yesterday I had the urge to visit PRC (Professional Regulation Commission) office together with my wife in Morayta St. Sampaloc, Manila. Fortunately in matter of four (4) hours we were able to renew my 2-year expired RME (Registered Mechanical Engineer) and my wife’s soon to be expired Physician license.

During the renewal process we were like in chaos since we no longer remember the procedures to be done during the renewal, good thing there is help-desk staff that where able to answer our queries. I wrote this post to serve as guide to professionals who will be renewing their PRC license so they no longer have to approach the help desk staff. Also, this post might shorten your renewal process if followed properly.

Here are the 6 Easy Steps for PRC License Renewal this 2014:

Step1. One of the requirements is to present your PRC License at window Q or R so you can get the renewal form.
prc license renewal

Step2. Proceed to Photo booth to have your latest photo which will be used on your new PRC ID. Payment is only P80 for 4 passport size with name tag. Attach 1 photo to your renewal form.
photo boot during my prc license renewal

Step3. Get inside the ground floor of PRC main building, and then proceed to Pre- assessment officer table. Hand over your form to the staff in-charge. He/She will give the next instruction.

Step4. Wait for your name to be called at Window 17 to receive your Application for Professional Identification Card form.

Step5. Proceed to the cashier to pay the necessary renewal fees. For Physician fee is P450. For Mechanical Engineer with two year expired license payment is P810.

Step6. Go back to PRC office after 7 working days. Present the form at Window 28 and wait for your name to be called to get your new PRC License ID.

* There you go guys. I hope this would be of help in renewing your PRC License.

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Comments

    • mattscradle says

      Yung saakin po nasa P2300. Pero on the spot po yun makukuha nyo yung COGS. Ang mahal nga lang po talaga nung babayaran.

  1. mae says

    hello ask ko lng poh kung yung 2300 is kasali naba doon yung membership fee sa PSME or payment lng un for the COGS

  2. Aldrin says

    Hello Matt. Ask ko sana kung may booth ang psme for cogs within PRC manila? Or within the vicinity lang naman. Thanks a lot.

  3. Ver says

    As far as i know COGS is suspended for MEs probably because of the unreasonable cost that PSME is charging for this simple piece of paper.

  4. jap says

    yap parang baliktad ang mundo, hindi bilog ang mundo, dapat psme nlang ang prc, para hindi naman unfair…mabigat kc ung bayad ng papel s psme…

  5. chona says

    hi matt,
    pwede po ba ang representative ang mag-renew sa sm mall if they have your prc ID and authorisation letter?

  6. jay-ar says

    hmmm. . totoo po ba na bago mo marenew yung license po eh you must undergo/attend seminars with specific number of hours? any confirmation po? thanks you!

    • mattscradle says

      Wala po ako idea kung requirement po yun if magrerenew. Sa case ko po kasi 2 years ko po bago na renew yung license ko.

  7. Katherine Toledo says

    good day! ask ko lang kung pwede bang magChange status pagrerenew ng PRC license sakahit anong branch ng SM?

  8. emmanuel garinganao says

    tanung lng sana kung saan pumupunta yung bayad sa cogs psme?, bkit mas malaki pa sa prc? ang mportante, anu ba ang naitulong nla sa myembro ng psme? halus lahat ng smnars nla mag babayad ka rin.

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