OET Preparation Classes
Work in Ireland, the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Dubai!
Louth English is an official OET Preparation Provider with specialist medical English language training. The OET Preparation Course is an intensive course focused on the skills, language and techniques doctors and nurses need for the OET exam.
Classes run every Saturday
Time - 10am to 4pm
Length - 5 hours
Course Fee - €160
About the Occupational English Test (OET)
The Occupational English Test (OET) is a test of English for healthcare professionals. OET is the world's only international English test for healthcare professionals and is now also available on computer.
The OET is accepted in Ireland, the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Dubai as proof of the Medical English skills of a wide range of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses and midwives.
This course aims to help you achieve your highest possible score in the Occupational English Test. It focuses on the strategies and techniques required to maximise your score including practice tests.
You will study a wide range of medical language, with a specific focus on communicating effectively with patients and their families. You will work on exam strategies specifically tailored to your needs and your profession.
Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking modules will be focused on within the context of healthcare to help you achieve the score you require. Support with exam registration is also provided.
Real healthcare scenarios so you will feel more confident on test day
Developing language skills, essential for success in your career
Full exam practice including mock speaking test with an Interlocutor
Irish Medical Council:
You will need to achieve at least Grade B in all four sub-tests of Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking to register for the Irish Medical Council.
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland:
You will need to achieve Grade B in three components and C+ in one component to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland.