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Unlimited OET Preparation/Review 

Our OET Courses is designed to improve the four (4) oet test skills of oet reading, oet writing, oet listening & oet speaking for the Occupational English Test.

Is our course accredited? 

The Matt Christie Institute of Australia is an accredited CPD (continuing professional development) provider.

All students will be issued with a certificate on completion of any of our programs. 

Who can do our OET Training?

12 health & allied health professions: dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, radiography, speech pathology & veterinary science.

The OET test is currently used by the governing bodies of the professions at state & national level in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates. Each board or council determines the result required from candidates to meet the language competency standards required in order to function in their profession.

What can our OET Training be used for?

  • Health professionals seeking registration in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and Ireland 
  • Health professionals needing to develop English skills
  • Those seeking entry to any of the MCIOA OET short courses
  • Those seeking entry to the MCIOA Diploma of English for Health Professionals
  • Those that are seeking entry to an Australian university for further study after taking the OET Exam
  • Those that are preparing for the Occupational English Test
  • Health professionals seeking career progression
  • Those who work in an English-speaking environment & need to further develop their skills

OET Preparation Course Content:

OET Writing

-Writing Skills

-Letter writing including but not limited to: formal & informal letters, patient referral letters, hospital admissions letters, reminder letter to patients, patient discharge letters etc.

-Hand writing skills

-Planning to write

-Organising the task

-Understand the assessment criteria

OET Speaking

-Clinical setting

-Public and private hospital settings

-Effectively communicate

-Different medical situations  -Medical related scenarios

-Dialogues related to various medical settings

-Speaking using tone, diction, fluency, accuracy & volume, which covers typical patient scenarios in Australia

-Pronunciation & appropriate language for when dealing with people in all contexts e.g. hospital settings & private clinics

-Functional language, taking patient histories, giving explanations, giving advice, aggression conversation & giving re-assurances

-Dealing with children, teenagers, adults & older Australians

-Understand the assessment criteria

OET Listening

-Listening to passages and dialogues

-Listening for detail

-Hand writing speed

-Writing in note form

-Scanning headings and questions

-Using headings to guide you

-Looking ahead

-Planning for listening

OET Reading

-Practice reading skills with reference materials, hospital documents, medical reports, and medical related charts

-Speed reading & comprehension for all components of the OET test

-Reading for specific purposes

-Understanding the text & being able to answers specific questions relating to the text

OET General Skills

-Vocabulary Skills

-English grammar in oral and written communication

-Target language

-Medical terms and their meanings

-Pronunciation

-Medical roots, suffixes and prefixes 

-Medical related tests, charts and templates

-Medical terminology

-Australian health care sector – understanding

Educators:

The program is taught by experienced English Teachers from Australia with a solid knowledge of the OET Exam.

Inclusions: 

Course materials, MCIOA study pack, lectures & handouts, continuous tea & coffee and biscuits

Course Delivery Modes:

Students will participate in OET lectures, OET tutorials & OET self-paced assessments

OET Training Schedule: 

*Subject to change due to teacher availability

SKILL AREA

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Writing Skills

8.30am- 9.15am

-Hand writing skills

-Planning to write

-Organising the task

 

-Writing Skills

-Letter writing including but not limited to: formal & informal letters, patient referral letters, hospital admissions letters, reminder letter to patients, patient discharge letters etc.

-Writing Skills

-Letter writing including but not limited to: formal & informal letters, patient referral letters, hospital admissions letters, reminder letter to patients, patient discharge letters etc.

Reading Skills

9.15am-10am

-Practice reading skills with reference materials, hospital documents, medical reports, and medical related charts

-Reading for specific purposes

-Understanding the text & being able to answers specific questions relating to the text

-Speed reading & comprehension for all components of the OET test

Listening Skills

10am-10.45am

 

 

-Listening to passages and dialogues

-Listening for detail

-Hand writing speed

-Writing in note form

-Scanning headings and questions

-Using headings to guide you

-Looking ahead

-Planning for listening

-Listening to passages and dialogues

-Listening for detail

Morning Tea

10.45am-11am

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Speaking Skills

11.00am-11.30am

 

 

 

 

-Pronunciation

-Australian health care sector understanding

- Speaking Subtest

 

-Clinical setting

-Public and private hospital settings

-Effectively communicate

-Different medical situations

-Medical related scenarios

-Dialogues related to various medical settings

- Speaking Subtest

-Functional language, taking patient histories, giving explanations, giving advice, aggression conversation & giving re-assurances

-Dealing with children, teenagers, adults & older Australians

- Speaking Subtest

 

OET Skills Building

11.30am-12.30pm

Grammar Master Class

-Medical terminology

-Listening to Australia

 

Grammar Master Class

-Medical roots, suffixes and prefixes 

-Medical related tests, charts and templates

 

-Vocabulary Skills

-English grammar in oral and written communication

-Target language

-Medical terms and their meanings

Lunch

12.30pm-1pm

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OET Listening

1pm-2pm

OET Listening Subtest

OET Listening Subtest

OET Listening Subtest

OET Reading

2.15pm-3.15pm

OET Reading Subtest

OET Reading Subtest

OET Reading Subtest

Afternoon Tea

3.25pm-3.45pm

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OET Writing

3.45pm-4.30pm

OET Writing Subtest

OET Writing Subtest

OET Writing Subtest

Assessment Methods:

OET Presenting Tasks

OET Forming Tasks

OET Responding Tasks

-Oral assessments

-Presentations

-Debates

-Discussions

-Written assessments

-Letters

 

-Answering questions

-Short answer responses

-Multiple choice

-True & False

-Listening responding to questions using CDs DVDs & Podcasts

Entry Requirements: MCIOA diagnostic test or previous OET Test Results with a grade minimum grade of 65%

Cost: $999AUD

Further details: 

Australia: +61 3 8376 6906 / New Zealand: +64 9887 0226 / The Philippines: +63 2 224 4305

UK: +4433 0808 4309 / Singapore: +65 3163 1063 / United Arab Emirates: 8000 320 342

Head Office: Ground Floor, 234 Albert Road, South Melbourne, 3205, Victoria, Australia

Manila Office: Fort Legend Level 10-1 Fort Legend Tower, 3rd Avenue and 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1632, The Philippines

Email: admissions@mcioa.com.au