AN IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING EXAMINATION REGISTRATION TO ALL PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES FOR THE ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATION EXAMINATION SCHEDULED FOR 19 MAY 2022
Due to the persisting glitch on our IT system, the examination registration is opened with effect from today, 21 April 2022, and will be undertaken manually by all candidates.
The closing date of the registration is extended from 29 April 2022 to 6 May 2022 in order to allow the candidates an ample opportunity to register before the closing date of 6 May 2022.
All candidates will be expected to complete the PDE enrolment form and send it together with the supporting documents outlined on the said enrolment form to the following email address:-firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates who may have previously submitted their registrations forms before this communique are urged to resubmit their applications to the email address mentioned above.
We thank you for your patience and wish you all the best in the upcoming examinations.
To access the PDE form, click on the top menu under EDUCATION. on the menue bar click on PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATION EXAMNIANTION (PDE) then scroll down and click download PDE form
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