PRC announces oathtaking for new social workers, CPAs, medical technologists, medical laboratory technicians

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released face-to-face and special oathtaking dates for new Social Workers, Certified Public Accountants, Medical Technologists, and Medical Laboratory Technicians.


The special oathtaking for new social workers will be on Dec. 19 at 1 p.m. to be spearheaded by PRC-Legazpi through Microsoft Teams.

Meanwhile, the special oathtaking for new medical technologists and medical laboratory technicians is on Dec. 19 at 10 a.m. to be headed by PRC-NCR through Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

PRC advised the attendees to wear formal or business attire and use a white physical or virtual background throughout the ceremony.

"Please secure an online appointment schedule at and select 'e-OATH' as transaction. The online registration will close five (5) calendar days before the virtual oathtaking day. Inductees are required to print 'OATH OF PROFESSIONAL' form that is downloadable at the PRC Online Services," PRC added.

PRC also announced that the in-person oathtaking ceremonies for new certified public accountants will be on Dec. 16 in Cagayan de Oro, Dec. 18 in Baguio, Dec. 19 in Cebu, and Dec. 27 in Davao.

"All successful examinees who are interested to attend the face-to-face mass oathtaking shall register not later than 12:00 NN of the day prior to the date of the oathtaking at to confirm their attendance," the commission said.

Inductees were advised to bring either a Covid-19 vaccination card or a negative RT-PCR result taken within 48 hours before the ceremony.

"It is advised that inductees register and confirm their attendance in the regions where they took their licensure examination and intend to register as professionals. Those who will not be able to attend the scheduled face-to-face mass oathtaking may attend the online oathtaking or request for a special oathtaking.

"After the oathtaking, inductees shall proceed with their Initial Registration by securing an online appointment at," PRC added.