OET launches a new whitepaper on the role of communication in delivering patient safety, in honour of the World Health Organization's inaugural World Patient Safety Day.
Doctors, nurses, dentists and midwives applying for Tier 2 (General) visas no longer need to meet a separate English language requirement where they have already done so as part of registering with the relevant regulatory body.
Mickey Bonin Speaking at the Australian British Health Catalyst 2019 OET has the potential to transform negative market perceptions of English assessment into positive experiences, CBLA’s Head of Product and Strategy Mickey Bonin has said. Speaking to the 2019 Australian British…
A new report shows how OET has been independently benchmarked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), an international standard for describing language ability.