PRC sets F2F oathtaking of new nurses, engineers, technicians

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), on Wednesday, July 26, announced the dates and venues for the in-person mass oathtaking of new nurses, professional electronics engineers, electronics engineers, electronics technicians, and civil engineers. 

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For the new nurses, the schedule and venue for mass oathtaking are Aug. 1 in Butuan City, Aug. 7 in Albay, Aug. 5 in Dagupan City, Aug. 3 in Iloilo City, and Aug. 4 in Baguio City.

Meanwhile, for the new civil engineers, July 29 in Palawan is the date and venue of their mass oathtaking.

Moreover, professional electronics engineers, electronics engineers, and electronics technicians are set to pledge in Holiday Inn Al Barsha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on July 29.

Since the mass oathtaking will be conducted face-to-face, participants must bring either a vaccination card or negative results from a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test performed 48 hours before the ceremony.

Furthermore, professional electronics engineers, electronics engineers, and electronics technicians must wear Filipiniana, Barong Tagalog, or formal attire.

Moreover, civil engineer inductees are required to wear Barong or Filipinia, while semi-formal attire for the guests.

PRC noted that interested inductees must register at their official website before noon prior to the day of the ceremony.

At the same time, attendees are asked to bring their oath forms with the generated quick response (QR) code to be submitted during the event to confirm attendance.

However, those unable to attend may request a special appointment or join the online ceremony, which will be announced once the schedule has been confirmed.

Moreover, PRC encouraged licensure passers to confirm their attendance in the regions where they took their examination.

Nurse inductees may proceed with their initial registration by securing an online appointment at the official website of the PRC right after the ceremony. 

Professional electronics engineers, electronics engineers, and electronics technicians, however, may register on July 31, while July 30 to Aug. 2 for civil engineer oath takers.  (Sonny Daanoy)