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ABOUT THE OET?

The Occupational English Test (OET) is a test of English for healthcare professionals. The OET is used in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore among others to assess the Medical English skills of a wide range of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses and midwives.

Course Overview

OET – conducted by Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment Trust (CBLA)

OET – is used by many organisations, including hospitals, universities and colleges, as a proof of a candidate’s ability to communicate effectively in a demanding healthcare environment.
It is recognized by the Australian Department of Home Affairs and Immigration New Zealand for all visa categories for non-native English nationalities.
Results are graded A to E.

OET Course Objectives

This intensive course focuses on the 4 Major English skills, (Reading, Listening, Speaking & Writing) based on workplace situation of healthcare professionals in a healthcare environment. A wide range of medical terminologies, with a specific focus on communicating effectively with patients and their significant others. You will work on exam strategies with profession-specific, specifically tailored to your needs and your profession.

Writing Assistance:

Reading Assistance:

Listening Assistance:

Speaking Assistance:

OET Preparation Course

The OET Intensive, which is suitable for all healthcare professions, is a 2-weekend preparation course that provides students with the essential skills and test-taking strategies needed to enhance their performance in the test. During the course, students will use specifically created practice material and will receive valuable support from the OET instructor for the listening, reading, writing and speaking components of the test. Students will also have a mock test with feedback at the end of the course as well as the opportunity to be provided with additional writing feedback online.

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