What makes us best is that our teachers are from healthcare background. They all have language education/linguistic backgrounds of the same. This further helps the students get training from the best educators who have on field experience.
Because of this, students feel confident that all the training they are getting of clinical English are from real clinical situations by experienced healthcare professionals. OET Exam
Furthermore, our health professional students get a lot of help in improving their exam and real clinical communication performance! OET Exam
Our main objective is to help our students pass the OET exam; but then we also help our students in their employment and settlement process, up to the point that they feel confident with their clinical English communication skills in their eventual healthcare position.
Our OET Head, Capt. Yasmin Malik (Retd.) has done Master of Nursing. She has served in Indian army for 5 years as commissioned nursing officer & held the rank of lieutenant & captain. She was vice president of SNA (student nursing association) during her degree course.
She has attended various TNAI (trained Nurses Association in India) workshops as well as seminars, to update her knowledge and gain expertise in nursing .She has trained more than 500 Students who have passed out, with flying Colors. She is very detail- oriented who pays all her attention to the students. She knows the intricate details of various English Proficiency Tests such as (PTE, IELTS & OET) which make her guide the students in right direction.
In 2008 & 2009, she has taught in one of the reputed Nursing Colleges of Punjab. She has guided many students to pursue their education and career, abroad as well as in India.
We also provide many post – OET exam services.
This includes the following services:-
- Training for healthcare interviews
- Preparation for different clinical tests
- Helping in updating your CV
- Creating up your job profile.
- Creating cover letter.
- Providing with real situation clinical English coaching for doctors and nurses working in critical care, mental health, general medicine, general clinical care and general medicine-surgery.
The listening test consists of two parts. In Part A, candidates listen to a simulated consultation (dialogue) between a professional and a patient and are required to take notes under headings. In Part B, candidates listen to a health professional giving a short talk on a health-related topic and are required to complete a range of open-ended and fixed-choice questions. OET Exam – Listening.
The reading test consists of two parts. In Part A, lasting 15 minutes, candidates are asked to skim read 3 or 4 short texts and complete a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words. It is designed to test the reader’s ability to scan texts within a time limit, source information from multiple texts, and synthesise information. In Part B, lasting 45 minutes, candidates are asked to read two passages on a general healthcare topic and answer 8–10 multiple choice questions for each text. OET Exam – Reading. About Us.
The writing paper asks candidates to write a letter, usually a letter of referral. For some professions a different type of letter is required, e.g. a letter of transfer or discharge, or a letter to advise a patient, carer or group. Candidates are given case notes which must be included in their letter.OET Exam – Writing. About Us.
The speaking test is in the form of one-to-one conversations with an interlocutor. It starts with a short warm-up interview about the candidate’s professional background. This is followed by two role plays. Candidates have 2–3 minutes to prepare for each role play. Role plays last about five minutes and are based on typical interactions between a health professional and a patient. For veterinary science the interviewer is the owner or career of the animal. OET Exam – Speaking.