OET, the English language test for healthcare professionals, will be available at a new venue from April 2017. The new Durban, KeaZulu-Natal test venue will be managed by High Stakes Assessment South Africa (HISTASSA).
Rosy Davids, Test Venue Manager – HISTASSA, says: “We are committed to providing services and offerings that meet the needs of the communities in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. By offering OET at High Stakes Assessment South Africa (HISTASSA), we are enabling healthcare professionals to demonstrate their English language proficiency for professional registration and employment purposes”.
“OET, which is owned by Cambridge English Language Assessment and the Box Hill Institute, has a unique and proven 30 year pedigree in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The decision to offer the test was an easy one to make,” she concludes.
OET CEO, Sujata Stead, said the new venue will make a huge contribution to the healthcare sector.
“I’m sure OET candidates will have an excellent experience with High Stakes Assessment South Africa. We commend them for their passion for meeting the needs of the community through empowering healthcare professionals to have the level of English communication skills required for safe and effective care,” she said.