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OET opens new test venue in Dubai

OET, the English language test for healthcare professionals, will be available at a new venue in Dubai from August, which will be managed by University of Wollongong in Dubai.

OET (Occupational English Test) is an Australian-developed English language test which assesses language communication skills of healthcare professionals.

It provides assessment of all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking – through test material designed to reflect real healthcare scenarios. Read More

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OET now accepted by PRN Healthcare in Queensland

The Occupational English Test (OET) is now recognised by PRN Healthcare, giving healthcare professionals the opportunity to improve their career prospects.

PRN Healthcare is a well-established specialist healthcare agency located in Brisbane, which provides nursing staff to healthcare providers across Queensland.

International students studying nursing in Australia who obtain a minimum of C in all four OET subtests to prove English proficiency can be recruited to undertake work as an assistant nurse in Queensland. Read More

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Dubai first to accept OET in the UAE

Dubai has become the first state in the UAE to accept OET as proof of English proficiency for healthcare professionals.

In February, OET signed inaugural agreements with Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA) and the Dubai Government’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), giving healthcare professionals the opportunity to improve their career prospects in the UAE.

 

 

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OET now recognised by Dubai Healthcare City

OET is now recognised by Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA), the governing body of the Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) free zone.

DHCA is the first health authority in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to recognise OET as proof of English proficiency for healthcare professionals who have had their medical and health sciences education in languages other than English.

DHCC, the world’s largest healthcare zone, is regulated by the independent regulatory arm, Dubai Healthcare City Authority – Regulatory (DHCR), whose quality standards are accredited by the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua).

 

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