List of Requirements and Schedules for Midwives’ Licensure Examination

Prepare your documentary requirements for the Midwives’ licensure examinations as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) will start accepting the online processing of applications on January 8, 2020.  The easiest and most convenient way to get copies of your PSA birth and marriage certificates (which are primary requirements for online application) is by ordering through http://www.psahelpline.phContinue reading “List of Requirements and Schedules for Midwives’ Licensure Examination”

Licensure Exams for Chemical Engineers: List of Requirements and Schedules

  The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) shall begin accepting the online processing of applications for the licensure exams for Chemical Engineers on February 6, 2020.  Take note of the required documents, fees, and schedules: PSA Birth Certificate of applicant PSA Marriage Certificate of married female applicants Transcript of Records with scanned pictures and remarks ForContinue reading “Licensure Exams for Chemical Engineers: List of Requirements and Schedules”

Licensure Exams for Pharmacists: List of Requirements and Schedules

The online processing of applications for the Licensure Exams for Pharmacists will begin on January 24, 2020.  For your reference, below are the requirements for application: PSA Birth Certificate of applicant PSA Marriage Contract of married female applicants Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records with a scanned photo and remarks For Board Examination Purposes.Continue reading “Licensure Exams for Pharmacists: List of Requirements and Schedules”

Licensure Exams for Electronics Engineers: List of Requirements and Schedules

The online processing for applications for the Licensure Exams of Electronics Engineers will start on January 2, 2020.  Below is a list of requirements you need to prepare in time for the opening of applications: PSA Birth Certificate of Applicant PSA Marriage Certificate of married, female applicants. Transcript of Records with scanned picture of applicant. Continue reading “Licensure Exams for Electronics Engineers: List of Requirements and Schedules”

Does My Child Become Illegitimate After My Annulment?

Now here is a valid question that newly-annulled parents often ask us.  So we endeavored to gather the facts to try and answer this rather sad question (one of the saddest, if not the saddest). Our research led us to http://www.smartparenting.com.ph where the same question was raised and the answer was provided by one Atty.Continue reading “Does My Child Become Illegitimate After My Annulment?”

Who are the Employees’ Beneficiaries Under the Employees’ Compensation Program and Other FAQs

Last week, we discussed the basic information about the Employees’ Compensation Program or ECP.  Most private employees are not aware that there is an ECP that works like insurance for employees and workers that is why we decided to feature this topic. Today, we will continue with more information such as who can be identifiedContinue reading “Who are the Employees’ Beneficiaries Under the Employees’ Compensation Program and Other FAQs”

All We Need to Know About The Employees’ Compensation Program

Did you know that apart from the SSS and PhilHealth, we also have the Employees’ Compensation Program?  This is a government-funded program that is implemented to provide financial and medical support in case we get sick or meet an accident while at work or while performing our duties as workers.  Not a lot of peopleContinue reading “All We Need to Know About The Employees’ Compensation Program”

No-Homework Bill: Agree or Disagree?

As a kid, I hated school assignments and take-home projects.  I would always be the student who came to school early so I can work on my assignments a few minutes before the flag ceremony bell rang.  This went on until I was in college and was staying in a dorm – I would (probably)Continue reading “No-Homework Bill: Agree or Disagree?”