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Aspiring teachers in HK have only until Jul 31 to apply for the licensure test

24 June 2019


by The SUN

Next LET is set for Sept 29 worldwide
Filipinos in Hong Kong and elsewhere who want to take the Special Professional Licensure Examination for Teachers on Sept 29 have until the Jul 31 deadline to apply online, the Professional Regulation Commission said in an advisory.

The required documents they need can also be submitted online until Aug. 9

To apply, you must first register on the PRC webpage at https://online.prc.gov.ph.

The Philippine Overseas Labor Office has been advising those who wish to sit for the exam to start applying since the online application opened on Apr 1 this year.
The advisory said the following documents were required last year:

1) Online registration and payment (Php2,200) at a Landbank account of the PRC;
2) 4 pcs of passport-size picture with name tag, white blouse with collar and white background;
3) Copy of Transcript of Records;
4) Photocopy of passport;
5) If married, copy of marriage contract.
Gemma Lauraya, president of the National Organization of Professional Teachers in Hong Kong, said her group had conducted an orientation on Jun 9 following a diagnostic exam a week earlier, for those who intend to sit for this year’s LET.

But they’re still unsure how many overseas Filipinos in Hong Kong are planning to take the annual licensure exam.

Last year, 64 passed out of 614 overseas Filipino workers in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China who took the exam administered by the PRC at the Delia Memorial School-Hip Wo in Kwun Tong, for a pass rate of just over 10%.
A total of 324 examinees sat for the elementary level test and 292 for secondary.

Lauraya noted then than the list had grown that year likely because of the government’s SPIMS program, which aims to attract back teachers who are employed as domestic workers abroad.

SPIMS, or “Sa Pinas Ikaw ang Ma’am, Sir,” is a joint program of the Department of Labor and Employment, National Reintegration Center for OFWs and the Department of Education and Culture.
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