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PRC stands for Professional Regulation Commission. It is a government institution in the Philippines. This archive is about all its services.

The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) Main Office is located on Nicanor Reyes (formerly Morayta) Street in Sampaloc Manila. Its exact office address is P. Paredes Street Sampaloc, Manila 1008. PRC’s Central Office is accessible by public transportation such as traditional jeepneys, and busses. The landmark that you can consider is the Far Eastern University-Manila campus […] Read more

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PRC has partnered with banks, credit card companies, payment centers, and electronic e-wallet providers to make the PRC payment process more accessible to its clients. Back in the day, the only way you can pay for your PRC exam applications, renewal, or certificates is at the cashier in the commission’s branch office. Now, you can […] Read more

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Here are the steps to find the list of PRC cpd providers in the Philippines and the number of CPD units that professionals need to get every 3 years. CPD or Continuing Professional Development credit units are one of the requirements if you want to renew your PRC ID card (PIC). This rule affects all […] Read more

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The authentication request for your PRC board certificates such as board rating, board passing, ID, and certificate of registration is now on a per appointment basis. You can get an appointment schedule through your LERIS account. Afterward, you have to show up at the PRC branch on your appointment date to process the authentication of […] Read more

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If you have an existing or old account with PRC, there may be an instance that they will request you to validate the email address that you registered with them. It happened to me when I log in to my account after leaving the latter dormant for the span of 1 year. If you’ve been […] Read more

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PRC registered professionals who cannot claim their ID or board certificates can assign a representative to collect them on their behalf. The representative should provide to PRC an authorization letter or special power of attorney, a photocopy of both his/her valid ID and the ID of the professional he/she is representing. The IDs should show […] Read more

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