OET

OET ( Occupational English Test)

  • It is an English language test for healthcare professional recognised by various regulatory healthcare bodies. It assesses the language communication skills of healthcare professionals who wish to register and practise in an English speaking environment>
  • OET (Occupational English Test) is available for the following 12 professions. dentistry, dietics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotheropy, podiatry, radiography, speech phathology, and veterinary science. Test takers include nurses (47%), docfors (23%), dentists (20%), and pharmacists (6%). 
  • OET was designed in the late 1980 by professor Tim Mc Namara, under the guidance of the Australia National office for overseas skills recognition (NOOSR), which administered the test at that time. The research and development of test has been done by the university of Melbourne language testing research centre and by cambridge assessment english.
  • Since March 2013 the test has been owned by cambridge Box hill language assessment trust (CBLA), a venture between cambridge assessment english and box hill institute.

Recognition:-  

OET is recognised by regulatory healthcare board and councils in Australia,  New Zealand, United Kingdom, USA, Ireland, Dubai, Singapore, Namibia and Ukraine.

Modes exam Delivery:- 

OET is available in three different delivery modes. OET on paper at a Test venue, OET on computer at a Test venue and OEt at home.

Description of Modules:-

  • Listening approx. 45 minutes 

Some content for all healthcare professions.

Follow and understand a range of health-related spoken materials such as patient consultations and lectures.

  • Reading 60 minutes

Same content for all healthcare professions.

Read and understand different types of text on health-related subjects.

  • Writing 45 minutes

Specific to profession, based on typical workplace situations.

The task is to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Some professions, a different type of letter is required: e.g. a letter of transfer or discharge, or a letter to advise or inform a patient, carer, or group.

  • Speaking approx. 20 minutes

Specific to profession, based on typical workplace situations.

In a private room you will take part in two role-plays. You take your professional role (as a healthcare professional) while the interlocutor plays a patient or client, or sometimes a relative or carer.

Fee Structure:- 

           Offline Class             Online Class        Time: Morning Batch       Time: Evening Batch

      Per month- (18,000) 

      Two months- (30,000) 

    Three months- (15,000)      (10:00 am to 2:00 pm)       (3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

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