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Why train with PASS OET?
1. We have passed many doctors & nurses in OET!
2. Our students succeed in healthcare interviews.
3. Train with health professionals who are also qualified ESL teachers.
4. Simultaneously do OET & real clinical English training.
5. Australia, NZ & worldwide access to our online training.
Our Mission Statement

English & clinical communication training for overseas health professionals

PASS OET’s objective is to not only support non-native English health professionals to pass the Occupational English Test and succeed in applying for healthcare positions, but to also improve their real life clinical English skills for both better patient and organisational outcomes in Australian, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific wide healthcare systems.

Five important tips for passing the OET Speaking Sub-test
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Updates
  • Clinical communication tip

    Patients can easily become offended if you haven't provided adequate context for asking what might be very relevant clinical questions.
  • Next OET dates
    Sat 17 September 2016
    Sat 15 October 2016
    Sat 12 November 2016
    Sat 04 December 2016
  • Clinical communication tip

    When assessing a patient’s drug and alcohol intake, suggest a wide range of consumption quantities if you need to prompt them to disclose, e.g. ‘Do you drink 1-2 cases of beer a day, half a case, a sixpack, or less? ‘
‘PASS OET Director, Craig Louey (Australian Registered Migration Agent MARN 1569099), can also assist overseas doctors, nurses and other health professionals in applying for Australian visas & permanent residence. For quality and ethical migration advice and service please go to www.providencemigration.com.au