Maintenance & Renewal of Certification - Pharma Sales Training

Maintenance & Renewal of Certification

Since its introduction in 2019, the Pharmaceutical Representative Certification (PRC) has become the industry standard for field-based pharmaceutical sales representatives. PRC are go-to industry experts among their peers. They have demonstrated their success in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device sales.

Why You Should Recertify

By renewing your Pharmaceutical Representative Certification, you’ll continue your journey as a professional pharmaceutical sales representative with a credential that demonstrates you have mastered professional ethics and industry codes of conduct. The PRC designation also shows you are committed to your profession as a pharmaceutical sales representative.

For Many Hiring Managers, a Certification from an Accredited Program, such as the Pharmaceutical Representative Certification, is an Easy Way to Identify a Qualified Candidate.

Recertification Requirements

The Pharmaceutical Representative Certification must be renewed every 2 years.

The cost for recertification is $299

To maintain & renew your certification, you will need to retake and pass the PRC exam.

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Benefits of Recertification

The PRC establishes a standard of excellence for pharmaceutical sales representatives. The PRC designation ensures you’ll enhance your professional standing and sets you apart from your peers. Employers and the public are increasingly aware of the difference between credible certifications and non-accredited certifications. The PRC certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (IACET/ANSI).

Recertification Matters

To maintain compliance with the high standards set by the ACMA, PRC professionals must demonstrate continued competency by recertifying every two years. The PRC designation is a great way to demonstrate your business skills, healthcare knowledge and commitment to the professional ethics of the role. Maintaining your certification makes you a preferred partner for physicians, their staff and your teammates.