Find new schedule, PRC tells teachers missing oath-taking

Passers of the recent teachers’ board may need to look for another schedule if they are unable to make it to Cebu on the Saturday for the oath taking at the regional office of the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) in Mandaue City in Cebu.

The PRC bared passers need not to worry if they miss the oath-taking due the inclement weather; they still be accommodated in another special oath taking ceremony on a different date.

But it is a bit complicated as another oath taking ceremony may not automatically happen.

The passers still need to communicate with the PRC in Cebu, through Gina Emperado, asking for a special oath taking ceremony and appointments handling.

The advise comes at the heels of concern after LET passers in Bohol left worried they could miss that once in a lifetime chance to take their oath, all because typhoon Vinta.

The typhoon caused cancellation of trips to Cebu.

The passers who were earlier informed of the event schedules, said they tried contacting the PRC for new schedules, but to no avail.

With the help of Philippine Information Agency (PIA) Bohol, however, they got the reply from the PRC via PIA Cebu.

Sources said at the PIA in Cebu who connected with the the agency, the PRC’s phone lines are busted and calls could not get though.

The PRC in Cebu set the oath taking of the new board passers for the Licensure Examination for Teachers this Saturday, December 23.

Earlier, they also accepted registrations online but the appointments are to be handed to teacher passers, since appointments have to be personally received, according to Bohol teacher passers who received the PRC advisories.

But with the storm keeping the sea trips suspended, booking the trips was an issue.

Now, those who missed the oath-taking can pick a schedule for the PRC to implement. (rahc/PIA-7/Bohol)

 

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