The Civil Service Commission in collaboration with the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) conducted the Fire Officer Examination (FOE) last April 24, 2022, in 17 testing centers nationwide. The purpose of the exam is to establish a Register of Eligibles in which the certification can be used in applying to the BFP as Fire Officer 1. The resulting eligibility is a second-level eligibility that is specific and appropriate for second-level ranks in the fire protection service of the DILG.
FOE Results: List of Passers
Here is the list of passers of the 2022 Fire Officer Examination. Congratulations to the passers!
Examinees are advised to generate their exam ratings through OCSERGS or Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System. This feature can be accessed from the official CSC website. The examination rating from the OCSERGS shall be available about 15 days after the posting of official results.
Issuance of Certificates of Eligibility
The CSC shall issue a Certificate of Eligibility to exam passers free of charge. Passers must claim it personally since representatives are not allowed to claim the certificate. Passers who have moved or are based in another region may personally claim their Certificate of Eligibility at the nearest CSC Regional or Field Office, upon written request.
The claiming of the Certificate of Eligibility shall be available about a month after the posting of the results. However, passers must verify first with the CSC Regional/Field Office if their certification is already available before going to the CSC office. To claim the certificate, one must bring the same valid ID used during the filing of the exam application. If that ID is lost or unavailable, present any ID accepted by the Civil Service Commission. Please keep in mind that the CSC may require additional documents as necessary to establish the identity of the passers. In addition to the ID, you may also bring the application receipt/CSC Official Receipt, birth certificate, or marriage certificate in case the CSC requires them.
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