The candidates who are a professional in medical and health sector and willing to practice in Australia, they have to give out an Occupational English Test (OET) to demonstrate their competency in the English language. The test is distributed by the OET center. The test is discerned by the Regulatory Authorities of 12 Australian health professions.
It constitutes of four abilities – Listening, reading, Writing and Speaking. The candidate has to mark a minimum of grade-B in each skill to qualify the professional boards. The Profession-Specific OET (Nursing) constitutes two full Reading sub-tests; two full Listening sub-tests; three Nursing Writing sub-tests; six Nursing Speaking sub-test role-plays; and has two Compact Discs.
The test is bore in major cities and in some overseas positions. All examination materials are repaid to Australia for estimation. A candidate necessity passes all four test sections, but not inevitably in the same sitting. Application and retest fees are assessed. A contact person’s name and address are provided. (MSE) (Adjunct ERIC Clearinghouse on Literacy Education). Australia’s Occupational English Test (OET) for health professionals was developed in answer to the need for migratory health professions proletarians to have raised cognizance of Australian expressions, improved language training, both in general and within the professions, and cultural awareness training.