PRC Online Registration for Oath Taking of Board Passers 2020

Here are 7 simple steps for your PRC online registration for Oath Taking as New Board exam passers thru LERIS, the requirements list, and fees for 2020. The application process would only take less than 20 minutes to complete, and you do not have to leave your home.

I am pretty sure that you are here because you want to know the initial registration process and oath taking date of the PRC licensure / board exam that you have passed recently.

First of all, congratulations you are now a licensed teacher / engineer / nurse / doctor / accountant / MedTech / physical therapist, or whatever profession you are currently pursuing. Your hard work while enduring months of sleepless nights preparing for the board exam has finally paid off.

When I first passed my licensure exam as an engineer, the questions that come to my mind are how to get my PRC ID, when is the oath taking schedule, what are the initial registration requirements, and if there is a guide in the application process. Probably, the same questions pop out of your mind too hehehe.

During my time, I have to go directly to the PRC branch to apply for the mass oath taking of my profession. If I remember it correctly, it took me half of the day to complete the whole process because I have to endure the long waiting line. I also have to be at the PRC office as early as 7:00 am so I will be one of the earliest persons on the line.

Read: How to Apply for PRC Board Exam Online for First Timers

Now, I considered new board passers lucky because you can do the initial registration online, pay the processing fees in PRC cashier or in accredited banks, and just show up in the branch of your choice to submit all the required documents.

It is a lot easier now as compared a few years back. You do not have to endure traffic, the stress of traveling, and saves you money for food and transportation. Most of the satellite offices are also accessible since it is situated inside SM and Robinsons Malls.

You can get your PRC ID and Certificate of Registration during the mass oath taking for your profession. To participate on the latter, you need to fulfill a certain task and that is to do an initial registration with PRC. Don’t get upset with this one as every new board passer nowadays have to do it (hehe).

By the way, thanks to the Professional Regulation Commission for improving their system. It is also easier for me and to thousands of board passers to renew their PRC license when it is about to expire.

7 Simple Steps for PRC Online Registration for Oath Taking of New Board Passers

Step 1: Go to http://online1.prc.gov.ph/Home and Sign In with your account to start the initial registration

Assuming you already have an online account with PRC, you need to sign in with it http://online1.prc.gov.ph/Home.
new board exam passer prc login Key in your registered email address and password. Make sure that you type in the correct email address that you use when you register for your first PRC account.

Step 2: Go to “Select Transaction”

It is a blue blinking box located at the upper right side of the webpage. It is usually next to your profile photo.

select transaction choose initial registration

Step 3: Since you are a new board passer choose “Initial Registration”

There are five transactions tab in the new window: Examination, Initial Registration, Renewal, Duplicate, and Certification. Among the list choose “Initial Registration” tab

new board exam passer select profession

Choose your Profession and type in the application number from the copy of your Notice of Admission (NOA).

Step 4: Selecting your Preferred PRC Regional Branch Office for Your Appointment

In this part, you need to know the list of PRC branches in your location. Choose the PRC office nearest to your place.

You also need to check the pre-determined date and time if it fits your schedule. Otherwise, reschedule it. By going to the reschedule link. Then choose what are the available time and date that is in line with your schedule.

select preferred prc office

Be reminded that appointment slots are free of charge. Also, there is no same day so you need to set your appointment date ahead of time.

Step 5: Choose Payment Option and Pay your Initial Registration Processing Fee

You need to pay for the total amount. It usually includes the registration fee and an annual renewal fee. The cost range from Php450 to Php600 depending on your degree/profession.

Choose the payment option. PRC allows you to pay via Land Bank, PRC-cashier, and selected accredited banks. Choose the option which you are comfortable with doing.

prc landbank ucpb over the counter

Let us say, there is an accredited bank near your house, so I suggest you choose to pay in that accredited bank as it is a lot easier on your side. Keep a copy of your transaction details for your reference as you also need to show it in the PRC branch where you will collect your new license.

Example of actual over the counter payment in UCPB:

prc ucpb over the counter

Step 6: Print your Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal

In this part you need to sign in again in your PRC account again.

At the left side part of the webpage. Just below your Profile link, there is an Existing Transaction tab. Go to that tab and save a copy of your payment details. Afterward, print and affix your signature on your Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal.

printing of payment details and panunumpa

Step 7: Submit All the Requirements at PRC Branch

Bring all the required documents and proceed to your Chosen PRC Regional and Satellite Office at your appointment date and time based on your choice in Step 4.

prc branches and offices

Collect your PRC ID License and Certificate of Registration during the Mass Oath Taking Ceremony for your profession officiated by PRC. The date and venue are usually announced by PRC.

Can I get My PRC License without Attending the Oath Taking Ceremony?

Yes, if you failed to attend the Oath Taking Ceremony, you can still claim your Professional Identification cards and certificate of registration at the Window -13 of Registration Division. This is after 5 working days from the date of the mass Oath Taking.

PRC Initial Registration Requirements

New Board Exam Passers need to bring the following documents

  • Printed and properly filled out Oath Form
  • Two pieces of passport size pictures in white background and with full name tag
  • Two pieces of documentary stamps
  • Cedula or community tax certificate

Note: be mindful of the additional requirements requested by PRC

Initial Registration Fees

For examinations that require baccalaureate degrees

  • Initial Registration Fee – Php 600
  • Yearly renewal fee – Php 450
  • Total – Php 1050.00

For examinations that require non-baccalaureate degrees

  • Initial registration – Php 450.00
  • Yearly renewal fee – Php 420
  • Total – Php 870.00

Medical Representatives

  • Initial Registration Fee – Php 300.00
  • Yearly renewal fee of – Php 150.00
  • Total – Php 450.00

Real Estate Salesperson

  • Initial Registration Fee – Php 300.00
  • Yearly renewal fee of – Php 150.00
  • Total – Php 450.00

Ocular Pharmacology – Php 1200.00

Some Information about your PRC ID License

If you do not know, your new PRC ID license is one of the most recognized government-issued identification card in the Philippines. Government and Private institutions honor it as proof of your identity. It also allows you to perform your work as a professional. Your professional ID card has a validity of three (3) years. When it expires, you can renew it during your birth month.

That’s All Guys. I hope this guide helps!

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25 comments… add one
  • Trina Alvarez

    Hello, for us to attend the oath taking ceremony, do we need to pay first the initial registration? Thank you.

    • Imah

      Hi, if you failed to avail the slots for Initial Registration before Oath Taking then it’s still okay to attend the ceremony.
      I myself attended the ceremony even though I wasn’t able to register ahead.
      The only thing that would happen is that you won’t be able to claim your PRC ID and Certificate of License yet on the day of Oath Taking as it will require the Initial Registration Slip.

      Also, I’m just about to register next week and the ceremony took place last month December.

      • Dana

        What should I bring when buying tickets for oath taking ceremony without initial registration payment yet? My appointment will still be weeks after oath taking pa eh. thank you!

      • Raymoliza Pawid

        I can’t select transaction. It says here invalid ID.. Id not found.

      • Tience

        May babayaran pobang tickets sa venue ng mass oath taking before attending?

  • John Henry O. Cruz

    Need my oath form thankyou

  • Margareth

    Approximately, how long does the PRC release the Schedule of Oath Taking ? I just registered last Jan. 06, 2020.

    Thanks

  • ROSE-MAE SINGSON

    Hello, My initial reg. is on April 2nd and the ceremony will be on the 9th of February. I just want to ask what requirements to bring on the oath taking ceremony if i fail to register ahead of the given oath taking schedule. Thank you for immediate response.

  • Usman Norhaifa Masorong

    MaAm/sir
    My place of exam is gensan then I registered in pagadian. so After register I’m Going to gensan for paying the Oath taking?

  • Cleah

    Hi, I just wanted to ask of what would be my next move so that I can have my PRC id after attending the oath taking without initial registration?

  • Wenalyn

    as per prev. comments above can I also attend the oath taking ceremony even I’m not yet registered?

  • Rachelou d belonio

    Ano ibang site n pwd mag registered ng initial application for appointment

    • Matt

      Hi Rachelou, it is online on the official website of PRC.

  • Nurse

    Hi. May nkpag oath taking nb s Manila? San po kau nk kuha ng schedule? Nag register nko January 10, 2020 s PICC we were advised to write our names and contact numbers s form for special oath taking pro hanggang ngyn wlp dn update . Panu po b malalaman. P help nmn po. Thank u

    • Matt

      You can follow up with PRC about your concern.

  • June

    Tomorrow is our oath taking, and I haven’t paid yet. Is it okay to pay at the venue?

  • Mary joy

    Can i get my PRC license after oath taking ceremony? May initial registration was on Jan 29.

  • Mary

    I dont have schedule for an NLE oath taking. Where I must go for the schedule? Thank you.

  • Rochelle Bayang

    I passed the board exam on April 2019
    I failed to attend oath taking on November 2019 and January 2020 can I still claim my prc license? I have a schedule for initial reg on Feb 10th?

    • Matt

      Yes, you still can. Visit the PRC satellite office where you file your application.

  • Daren

    Hi, I already had my claim slip but I wasn’t able to attend the oath taking and claim my PRC license last Jan 2020. Is it possible if I can proceed directly to PRC location where I registered my application to claim my PRC license or is there anything else that I need to do or process before going there? I’m just making sure because going to PRC it takes 1 hr. and 30 minutes by fastcraft/ship to get there.

    • Matt

      Alternatively, you can call the PRC office where you registered your application to inquire directly to them, before going to their office.

  • Norlee

    Hi.. Do i need to join the oathaking before claiming my license. I passed the board exam last December 2017. How can i claim now? Please any advice. God bless

  • Krysta Nicole Ledesma

    Hi! I tried getting my PRC license after taking my oath with a judge. PRC didn’t accept my oath taking and required me to attend the mass oath taking. Is this true? I already paid for everything and I already have a claim slip for my PRC license, but they didn’t give me my license yet. They said i should join the mass oath taking first, take a picture as proof, then show it to them, before they will release my license. Hope to hear your thoughts. Thanks!

  • Andro

    Can i still apply for initial registration just 1 week before oathtaking?

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