PRC by the Numbers

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the number of learning modules included in the program
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the number of attempts allowed for each post-quiz
06
the number of months afforded to complete the program
04
the number of attempts allowed on the certification exam
12
the average number of hours it takes to complete the program
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the number of clicks required to elevate your career

PRC at a Glance

The Industry Standard for Pharma Reps
User-Friendly Online Learning System
Self-Paced on your Schedule
Accredited by Global Standards Body
10 Foundational Learning Modules
Knowledge Check Quizzes for Every Module
Final Exam to Certify Your Knowledge
Premium Credential to Use Professionally

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is PRC a certificate or certification?

PRC is a Certification accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education / American National Standards Institute (IACET/ANSI).

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Who developed the PRC content?

The PRC content was developed by over 30 subject matter experts from academia, pharmaceutical sales managers, and experts from the pharmaceutical industry.

Do I need to maintain my certification?

Every 2 years you are required to maintain your certification. You can do this by either (1) completing 10 hours of continuing education credits approved by the ACMA or (2) by taking the certification exam.

Do you offer payment options/plans?

Yes. The ACMA offers a flexible payment plan where you can pay in 3 easy installments of $383. Additionally, we use PayPal, so you can always use PayPal Credit if you qualify.

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Do I need prior sales experience to succeed in the PRC program?

No. Familiarity with sales may help, but the pharmaceutical representative role is more about being a good communicator and responsive partner to the physicians you work with. This, and more, is covered in the PRC program.

How long does the program take to complete?

The PRC program takes on average about 4 weeks (12 hours course time) to complete. It’s self-paced, so everyone will be different.

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