Part Time OET Nursing, Winter / Spring 2022
What is OET for Nursing?
The Occupational English Test (OET) is an English Language Test for healthcare professionals.
The Nursing subtest is for qualified Nurses who need to demonstrate they meet the language requirements to work in the UK, and is accepted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council as an alternative to IELTS (Academic).
The OET test examines all 4 language skills of Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. The Listening and Reading components are the same for all healthcare professions, while the Writing and Speaking components are specific to the Nursing profession, and are based on typical workplace situations.
Course Information for OET 2.5 Course, Part-time, Winter / Spring 2022
This is a 25 hour, part-time OET Nursing course, delivered in our classroom at 20 Mortlake over 4 x 2.5 hour sessions per week. The complete course comprises 10 sessions, which maybe taken over 10 consecutive course days, or over a longer period, depending on your availability and work schedule.
Duration & Dates:From 10 0 January 2022. Ongoing and with continuous enrolment
Course Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Afternoons, 2:00 - 4:45 pm (2.5 hour class + 15 minute break.)
Start date: any course day.
Breaks and Excluded Days: 14 February 2022
Exam dates: click here to see 2021 exam dates
Minimum Age: 18
Max class size: 8
Hours per week: 2.5
Price: £25 per class
Registration Fee: Free of charge.
Minimum booking: 1 session.
Study Materials: Free of Charge.
Is this course at my level ?
The UK Nursing and Midwifery Council requires a B grade in the Listening, Reading and Speaking sub-tests, equivalent to CEFR C1 or IELTS 7 - 7.5. It requires C+ in the Writing, equivalent to CEFR good B2 level or IELTS 6.5.
To study on the OET Nursing course, you need a B2 Level of English at the beginning of your course. To get an indication of your current English language level, please click here to take the level test.
We will assess your current English level in more detail before admission to the course. We will make the assessment free of charge, and it normally takes around half an hour.