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OET opens new test venue in Nepal

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OET, the English language test for healthcare professionals, is now available in Nepal at the Universal Language and Computer Institute.

The venue located in Dillibazar, Kathmandu, provides a range of services to both national and international students, including the provision of OET tests for healthcare professionals seeking employment in English-speaking countries.
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OET Feedback Voucher

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We are pleased to launch the OET Online Course Feedback Voucher. Candidates can now receive customised feedback on their speaking and writing skills.

The new feedback service can be booked at a convenient time by candidates using a voucher. The feedback sessions will identify areas for improvement so candidates can seek assistance before the test.

The Feedback Voucher is an exciting addition to OET’s Preparation Portal, which provides a wide range of preparation materials to support OET candidates, including books, sample tests and free masterclasses.
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New collaboration set to improve English language skills of migrating nurses

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OET HCI MOU signing

Cambridge Box Hill Language Assessment (owner of OET) and Health Careers sign Memorandum of Understanding

Patient safety and quality of care is at the heart of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by healthcare educator, Health Careers International (HCI) and English testing organisation, the Occupational English Test (OET) to ensure nurses migrating to Australia to train, register and work are proficient in English.

Health Careers’ vocational education division, the Institute of Health and Nursing Australia (IHNA), has provided training to more than seven thousand overseas nurses who have gained registration in Australia and helped to address a very significant skills shortage in the Australian healthcare system.

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OET opens new venue on the Sunshine Coast with Lexis English

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OET, the English language test for healthcare professionals, will be available on the Sunshine Coast from April 2016; giving local residents the opportunity to sit the test locally.  The Sunshine Coast test venue will be managed by Lexis English, through their LEXIS TESOL TRAINING CENTRES (LTTC) brand.

With the rapid expansion in the Sunshine Coast area of aged care facilities, and in anticipation of substantially increased local healthcare-related employment opportunities with the opening of the Sunshine Coast University Hospital later this year, this new OET venue will assist employers in sourcing skilled workers from the local area. Read More

Hardik Patel – An OET Success Story

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Hardik’s story – in brief from Occupational English Test.

Mr Hardik Patel, a nurse from India, completed OET in 2015. He said “successful completion of OET shaped my career and now I can work as a registered nurse here [in Australia] and I can work in my dream field which is really exciting for me.”

“I can work as a registered nurse in Australia, so I can have multiple country experience and I can add as many wings as possible in my career, so it really means a lot to me,” Mr Patel said.