OET - Occupation English Test
Why study The Occupational English Test?
Have you prepared for an IELTS test and thought there needs to be a system which is more relevant to your profession?
OET Exam Preparation
Designed for health care professionals, the OET, accredited by Cambridge, gives you the opportunity to demonstrate an appropriate level of English for working in the UK while also providing relevant language development.
Progress English provides structured and targeted learning to prepare for the exam, having extensive experience of delivering dynamic classes for busy professionals in companies.
|SPEAKING||Both your language and your ability to communicate in your work-place environment are tested.||Only your language is tested|
|WRITING||Centres on a work-related essay||Asks you to write non-specific tasks relating to an academic essay and analysis of data|
|LISTENING AND READING||Your ability to extract information from medical-related texts is tested here||Your ability to extract information from generic academic texts is tested here|
Preparation for the OET exam is a path towards demonstrating your language competence, to perform your work in an English-speaking environment which is based on your everyday needs. Therefore, there are 12 different exams for the Writing and Speaking sections to cover a variety of healthcare professions, ranging from doctors and nurses to dentists, vets, occupational therapists and radiographers.
We give an English test with advice about your level and what needs to be covered to help pass the exam. A personalized course overview for you will then be created as a result of this interview.
You are either then: placed in a small group in accordance with your level, and if possible, with students from the same medical area or , start one to one lessons.
Lessons are conducted face to face or via Skype, so it does not matter where you live. Your study will be further supported by regular email contact and access to Moodle, an online platform containing homework and extra study materials