Electronics Engineer

Electronics engineer refers to a person who is qualified to hold himself/herself out as a duly PRC registered/licensed electronics engineer based on Republic Act No. 9292 and to affix to his/her name the letters ECE. Professional electronics engineer is a a duly PRC registered/licensed professional electronics engineer based on R. A. No. 9292. He/she is qualified to affix to his/her name the letters PECE. Electronics technician is qualified person to hold himself/herself out as a duly PRC registered/licensed electronics technician under Electronics Engineering Law of 2004. He/she is to affix to his/her name the letters ECT.

ECE or electronics and communications engineer refers to a person qualified to hold himself/herself out as a duly-registered/licensed electronics and communications engineer based on Republic Act No. 5734.

Duly registered means holding a valid Certificate of Registration and a valid Professional Identification Card.

Board refers to the Professional Regulatory Board of Electronics Engineering whisch is under the administrative control and supervision of the PRC of the Philippines.

Except as otherwise specifically provided in RA 9292, a licensure examination is required to be undergone by all applicants seeking to be registered and licensed as electronics engineers, and electronics technicians.

Applicants for examination for Electronics engineer or Electronics technician, must, at the time of the filing of his/her application, establish to the satisfaction of the Board that:
a. He/She is a citizen of the Philippines or of a foreign country qualified to take the examination as provided for in Section 33 of RA 9292.
b. He/She is of good moral character and had not been convicted by a court of law of a criminal offense involving moral turpitude.
c. For the Electronics Engineering examinations, he/she is a holder of a degree of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering or Electronics Engineering, or subject to compliance with minimum requirements to be prescribed by the Board, such equivalent and/or related engineering course or program from any school, institute, college, or university recognized by the Government or the State where it is established, after completing a resident collegiate course equivalent to that of a full baccalaureate degree.
d. For the Electronics Technician examinations:
1. He/she is a graduate of an Associate, Technician, Trade or Vocational course in electronics or, subject to the evaluation of the Board, such equivalent and/or related formal or non-formal course or program from any school, college, university or training institution recognized by the Government or the State where it is established, after completing a resident course or program of not less than two (2) years, or
2. He/she has completed at least the minimum third-year equivalent of a Bachelor of Science program in Electronics and Communications Engineering or Electronics Engineering program according to CHED guidelines, or, subject to the evaluation of the Board such equivalent and/or related engineering course or program from any school, institute, college or university recognized by the Government or State where it is established.

Scope of Board Examination

For Electronics engineers, the examination consists of written tests which shall cover subjects prescribed by the Board but including at least the following:
1. Mathematics
2. Applied sciences
3. Engineering economics
4. Laws and ethics
5. Electronics
6. Communications
7. Computers
8. Information and communications technology

For electronics technician, the examination consists of written and/or practical tests covering subjects to be prescribed by the Board of Electronics Engineering and shall cover subjects specific to the practice of electronics technicians.

Oath of Profession

All successful examinees and all those who have qualified for registration without examination shall be required to take a professional oath before any member of the Board of Electronics Engineering or any person authorized by the Commission before they start their practice as a Professional Electronics Engineer, Electronics Engineer or Electronics Technician.

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