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PRC Komisyon sa Regulasyon ng mga Propesyon

jay_el_330jay_el_330 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
edited March 2019 in The Working Filipino #1
hi, im a student and i would like to make a survey re PRC=professional regulation commisson

sa mga naka borded exam and nagpaparenew ng licences what can you say about the PRC ? Share kayo some bad experiences hehehe any comments or suggestions inregards with the flow,accessibility,facilities ,etc, thanks

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  • DacsDacs PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Bad experience: Masusungit ang mga tao doon.
  • engr chrisengr chris PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Dacs wrote: »
    Bad experience: Masusungit ang mga tao doon.

    sinabi mo pa! kainis talaga. ang haba ng pila tapos ang init tapos nung turn ko na, nakalimutan ko lang lagyan ng date yung form ko, tinarayan agad ako tapos sa likod pa ulit ako pinapila!!! GRRRR!
  • manok00manok00 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Marami na kasing problema ang PRC na minsan integrity nila is at stake, kaya medyo maghihigpit na sila synonymous to masungit, mataray, etc... bakit kasi ayaw pa nila gawing computerize ang systema. Like sa US na nag rely sa PROMETRIC(www.prometric.com), etc. Example check nyo ASME (American Board of Mechanical Engineer). O di ba computerized exam no hassle!

    The ASME license is more acceptable than the PRC (ME), totoo ba?

    Tapos walang kwenta ang PRC license dito, walang value sa ibang bansa. Kailangan ko pang kumuha sa Prometric (CPA).

    So ibig sabihin, yung CPA ng Prometric is more higher value than CPA ko? haaayyy! sayang ang pera sa review at preparation.
  • ^I have CPA friends who were hired in the US (as in ni-sponsor yung visa nila), in the Bahamas and in Europe, di naman sila pinakuha ng any other exam. Mukhang maswerte pa nga yung CPAs dito kesa sa engineers hehe

    OT: ang susungit nga ng mga tao. Parang nakakawalang gana tuloy mag renew. Gusto ko sana irenew yung prc id ko kasi yun lang yung ID ko na issued ng Govt :bop:
  • manok00manok00 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ok, good to know that!

    Engineers with PRC license lang yata ang di nabibiliban ng mga foreign employers, sa saudi and the middle east siguro. I heard one of my friends story, he is now working on a oil refinary in Europe. He said when a filipino license chemical engr applied for a job, they offered him like a foreman's job. However another filipino chemical eng'g graduate with no prc license and has taken something like an european eng'g exam(forgot then name), was given a full engineering postion. Pwede ba to?
  • It's possible, though depende naman yan sa hiring policy ng company na papasukan nila. Some companies kasi enough na yung interview, yung iba naman may sarili silang company exam, so in that case equal footing lang yung walang PRC saka yung meron

    In my case, I took the board exam to feel some "closure" (parang nakipaghiwalay sa GF haha!) since yung tinapos kong course eh may board exam though of course wala naman syang value sa current job ko ngayon pero ok lang.

    Meron na raw Express Renewal sa PRC? Yung sila na magtake ng pic and makuha mo na agad yung ID on the same day, though mas malaki ang fee?
  • DacsDacs PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Sad news is, I have yet to hear a country other than ours that recognizes our PRC license (as far as engineering courses are concerned).

    Actually, what matters most in applying for engineering positions abroad is your experience. The licenses are just, however a prerequisite to practice your craft in that certain state/country.
  • PRC - highest concentration ng mga miserableng tao na nakita ko. Galit sa mundo mga tao dun. Magtatanong ka lang galit na sila agad as if naman ilang beses ka na pumunta dun
  • Natsambahan ninyo ata lahat na mag-apply, o mag-register kasabay nung mga kukuha ng nursing board exams.

    As to the service however, it doesn't help that the PRC does not consistently provide adequate flowcharts to guide people on the proper procedures for the appropriate transaction. When I applied for an exam there were a lot of flowcharts on the bulletin boards (both within and without the premises) about the proper procedure to apply for an exam, register as a new professional, etc.

    When I came back after passing the board, lo and behold, the flow charts were gone.
  • i had a bad unprofessional bad experience with prc lately lang...
    i have been trying to contact them abt registering my license, but their website is down, tas ung contact # not on service

    then i got luck to speak with a lady in audit dept over the phone, i just asking about the oathtaking schedule and my God, she was so rude she can simply tell me to call the right #, she responded "Miss ano bang profession mo at dito ka tumatawag?" then i called the number she gave me i was rerouted to her and she almost scream like "pumunta ka dito sa prc para malaman mo!"

    i never thought i'll be getting that rude response for a commission that should showcase professionalism. hayy..

    pinas is so kakaiba talaga, people working in government whom i am paying taxes is simply the best...
  • madami talaga nabibiktima ang mga tga-PRC :) pati ang prices nila sa loob, kakaibang taas :D nung nag-aapply pa lang kami for board exam, over the microphone pa kami pinagalitan! di na lang namin pinansin. the sooner we could get out of that building, the better :)

    amazingly, when I applied for my license, parang may help desk na sila malapit sa stairs. shocking talaga kasi hindi masungit :D buti na lang, hindi na ako pupunta dun in the next few years. traumatic experience lagi! :)
  • Corrupt ang PRC.

    Yun yun!
  • agree ako sa mga posts above.
    galit sa mundo mga tao sa PRC.
  • Sobrang dami ng applicants na pumupunta sa office nila dito sa Manila araw araw. Kaya syempre, dulot ng stress at ng init e talagang bibigay ang patience nila. (Try serving sa isang gov't agency, tignan din natin patience mo) hehe

    Pero tama, mas ok nga kung computerized, pero naman, tignan mo nangyayari sa bansa, yung computerization nga ng pinakamahalagang karapatan natin bilang mamamayan (eleksyon) e scam ang kinahantungan. Kung yun e di kaya, aba e di rin kakayanin ng PRC. Hehe

    With all honesty, nung nagapply ako, oo mahaba pila, pero hindi ako nasungitan kasi ngiti agad ang sinalubong ko at puro "po" hahahahaha di pede kasing magsabay kayo ng init ng ulo, ikaw rin talo.

    Basta, habang di pa naaayos sistema nila, pumila ka ng maaga, alot a day para pumila, magdala ng tubig o saltine crackers, ballpen, envelope, tanungin mo na lahat ng requirements mo beforehand at syempre wag na wag kang mahihiyang magtanong. Bawal shy shy at taong nagdudunong dunungan. Hehe

    Regarding sa license naman, tama sila na sa pinas lang may bearing at recognition ng prc license, ika nga, yun ang pride mo sa pinas, pero kung gusto mo mag abroad gamit ang pinagaralan mo e magipon ka at magaral para sa licensure exam nila abroad. Sabi nga din ng mga kilala ko, walang lise-lisensya pag asa Middle east ka, or kahit san abroad, pera na lang kung swerte ka daw talaga.. Ayun..

    Good luck sa pagaapply!!!
  • gotta lick itgotta lick it PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    the Professional Regulatory Commission sucks. ang hirap hanapin yun renewal instructions, requirements at fees.

    you will find all of those items at the download page. stupid talaga.







    and the page about the renewal of licenses only states that one can go to the SM Mall to renew their licenses.
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