by Alpine L. Killa
BONTOC, Mountain Province – In its effort to bring services closer to the people, the Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC), in coordination with the provincial government, will be conducting mobile outreach services at the Capitol on March 18, from 8 a.m. to 4 pm.
Public Employment Services Officer Ernesto B. Emilio said services to be offered are: renewal of Professional ID cards and licenses that had expired and will expire on or before March 18; release of available Professional ID cards and board certificates; initial registration of new board passers; and application for licensure examinations for civil engineers, certified public accountants, nurses and criminologist.
Requirements for renewal of ID or licenses are duly accomplished renewal form, which is available at the Office of the Governor and a copy of latest PRC ID. In case of loss, an applicant need to submit a notarized affidavit of loss or photocopy of certificate of registration. For married female applicants who wish to apply for change of name, submit their marriage certificate.
Picture-taking for renewal shall be done at the venue by the PRC mobile team.
Meanwhile, basic requirements for first timers who shall take licensure examinations include original and photocopy of transcript of records with scanned picture and remarks, “For board examination purposes;” original and photocopy of birth certificate; original and photocopy of marriage certificate for female applicants; three pieces recent passport-size colored pictures in plain white background with complete name tag; 2017 community tax certificate; one piece window envelope with postage stamp minimum of P14 face value; and examination fee of P900.