PRC sets mobile outreach services in CAR, Region 1

  • May 19, 2017

BAGUIO CITY, May 19 (PIA) -- The Professional Regulation Commission brings its services closer to the people through mobile outreach in the different provinces of the Cordillera and Ilocos Region.

The PRC Baguio Regional Office will conduct series of mobile outreach services from May 16 to June 3, 2017. It kicks off at the Mountain Province Capitol Building in Bontoc, Mountain Province on May 19 and 20.

The mobile outreach will be in Alaminos, Pangasinan at the Alaminos Legislative Building on May 20 and May 27.

On May 27 also, the PRC will be at the Ifugao Provincial Capitol Atrium in Lagawe, Ifugao and at the San Marcelino Municipal Hall Senior Citizens Building in San Marcelino, Zambales.

On June 3, the service providers will be at the CB Mall Events Center in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan and at the Ilocos Norte Provincial Capitol Auditorium in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.

The mobile outreach will offer services such as Initial Registration for Licensure Examination passers, Application for licensure examination, Renewal of Professional ID Card, Release of Professional ID Card and Certificate of Registration (per prior request by the professional and subject to availability), Issuance of Certificate of Good Standing (upon request) and Issuance of Certificates of Passing and Ratings for NLE, LET and Criminologist only.

Professionals who wish to claim their Professional ID Card and/or Board Certificate on the above schedules may send an email to prcbaguio.regulations.renewal@gmail.com or prcbaguio.releasing@gmail.com or text 0946-083-8240 and/ or 0927-788-0145 at least 3 or 4 working days before the scheduled date with the following information: Venue where to claim ID, Complete Name, Profession, Registration Number and Date Filed. (RMC & SLU Interns- PIA CAR)

 


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