OET IN NEW ZEALAND
The Occupational English Test or OET is for the overseas health professionals who have to evaluate the English Language skills of the health professionals who want to study, migrate and work in Australia and New Zealand.
The English for health professional’s programme is a full-time course which is designed for the medical professionals, particularly the nurses who wish to improve their English prior to taking the OET or IELTS examination.
Benefits of OET in New Zealand
New Zealand offers a great deal of nice opportunities for the healthcare professionals and healthcare specialists and for that OET is required with a minimum score of B grade marks.
The main purpose of the English language is to assist the students pass the Occupational English Test or OET. This course has been designed for the overseas trained nurses who wish to work in New Zealand or Australia. It is also suitable for health professionals for instance dentists who wish to enhance their English Language skills in a medical context.
There are some candidates who may be needed to complete a competence assessment programme or CAP to exhibit their professional ability to begin working in New Zealand. We offer such courses and also provide post OET examination services for the candidates.
The Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) has accepted the Occupational English Test or (OET) as an approved English test. They have the responsibilities to conduct the test. The nurses and doctors who want to practice medicine in New Zealand have to register with the MCNZ. They have their own criteria for the same.
- Australian and New Zealand Podiatry Accreditation Council
- Dental Council of New Zealand
- Medical Council of New Zealand
- Midwifery Council of New Zealand
- New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)
- Nursing Council of New Zealand
- Occupational Therapy Council (Australia and NZ)
- Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Board – New Zealand
- Pharmacy Council of New Zealand
- Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand
- Podiatrists Board of New Zealand
- Veterinary Council of New Zealand