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In just a single attempt, one must obtain a score of 350 (previously Grade B) or above, in order to have a fruitful healthcare career abroad.


For Students from Ahmedabad

Regular-Learning Course

Students from Ahmedabad can enrol in our regular-learning course.

Course Duration*

6 months

*(Note: Weak students may have to study an extra month, subject to a maximum of 3 extra months. All extra months are totally free of any charges.)

Course Contents*

First Semester (Three Months):

Complete English Language Preparation

with Full Grammar

Second Semester (Three Months):

Complete OET Preparation

with Full Mock Tests

*(Note: Both semesters are compulsory. “OET” is an acronym for “Occupational English Test”. It assesses the English language communication skills of healthcare professionals who wish to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. Without knowing English language, it is not possible to get a high score. Students need both English language preparation and OET preparation, in order to get a high score.)

Study Timings*

Students are working professionals like Doctors and Nurses from the healthcare sector. They may have scheduled operations and other healthcare related duties. Hence, timings are kept flexible and can be adjusted according to their convenience.

Study Days*

Online: Monday to Friday

Classroom: Flexible

 

Course Fees*

Rs. 30,000

*(Note: Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.)

*(Note: Fees can be paid in full at the time of taking admission.)

*(Note: Students desiring instalment facility, can pay the fees in two instalments as follows:
Semester One Fees: Rs. 15,000 (payable at the time of admission)
Semester Two Fees: Rs. 15,000 (payable after three months from admission)

*(Note: Students who are from an economically weaker section (EWS) or low income group (LIG), can pay the fees in 6 equal instalments of Rs. 5,000 per month. Proof of EWS status or LIG status is required.)

*(Note: Anyone can avail of our “Learn for FREE” resources, without any cost at all.)

Admission

  1. Admission may be taken any day during working hours.
  2. The Admission Form will be given at the RJEA office where the candidate has to fill it up.
  3. Students enrolling in distance-learning or online-learning will get printable or online application forms, which they can upload or fill online.

Documents required for Admission

  1. One Passport size colour photograph.
  2. One photostat copy of any ID (Passport/Aadhaar/Voter/PAN/Driving License).
  3. Proof of EWS status or LIG status, if applicable.
  4. Students enrolling in distance-learning or online-learning can upload scanned self-attested photostat copies.

For Students from India, but outside of Ahmedabad

Distance-Learning Course

National students residing in India, but outside of Ahmedabad, can enrol in our distance-learning course. For details of this course, please send an email to:

National Admissions
r.j.english.academy@gmail.com

Kindly attach any relevant document like a scanned copy of your last educational qualification, or licensing certification, or professional certification, or industry certification, or any other applicable document. Without a relevant and genuine attachment, your email may not get any reply.


For Students from outside of India

Online-Learning Course

International students can enrol in our online-learning course. For details of this course, please send an email to:

International Admissions
r.j.english.academy@gmail.com

Kindly attach any relevant document like a scanned copy of your last educational qualification, or licensing certification, or professional certification, or industry certification, or any other applicable document. Without a relevant and genuine attachment, your email may not get any reply.


For Students desiring specific days or specific timings

On-Demand Learning Facility

Students desiring specific days or specific timings, as per their own convenience, can avail of our on-demand learning facility*

*(Note: This facility is only for students from Ahmedabad.)

*(Note: This facility can be obtained only if the student is enrolled in an RJEA course. This facility attracts extra fees. In this facility the student can avail an exclusive one-on-one tuition.)

*(Note: This facility is delivered at the Academy and not at the student’s home.)

For registering this facility, please send an email to:

The Course Director
r.j.english.academy@gmail.com


 

ABOUT OET

OET is an acronym for the Occupational English Test. It is an international English language test for the healthcare sector. It assesses the language communication skills (listening, reading, writing, speaking) of healthcare professionals who wish to register and practise in an English-speaking environment.

OET provides a valid and reliable assessment of all four language skills – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking – with an emphasis on communication in medical and health professional settings. OET consists of four sub-tests:

Listening sub-test (approximately 50 minutes)
Reading sub-test (60 minutes)
Writing sub-test (45 minutes)
Speaking sub-test (approximately 20 minutes).

OET is available for the following 12 professions: dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, radiography, speech pathology, and veterinary science.

OET is recognised by regulatory healthcare bodies and councils in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, UK and Ireland. Many organisations, including hospitals, universities and colleges, are using OET as proof of a candidate’s ability to communicate effectively in a demanding healthcare environment. In addition, OET is recognised by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection for a number of visa categories, including work and student visas.

OET is available up to 12 times a year and can be taken at test venues around the world. Results are published online approximately 16 business days after the test. Official statements of results are sent out in the post following the release of online results. There is no overall grade – candidates receive separate grades for each sub-test.

Almost all recognising organisations require candidates to have at least a B grade in each of the four sub-tests and recognise results as valid for up to two years. Most recognising organisations also require that candidates achieve the requisite grades for each sub-test in one sitting. However, candidates should check with the organisation that regulates their profession to confirm current requirements.

See Official OET video: OET – The English Language Test for the Healthcare Sector:


Details of Sub-Tests

Listening sub-test

The Listening sub-test consists of three parts, and a total of 42 question items. The topics are of generic healthcare interest and accessible to candidates across all professions. The total length of the Listening audio is about 40 minutes, including recorded speech and pauses to allow you time to write your answers. You will hear each recording once and are expected to write your answers while listening.

The Listening sub-test structure

Part A – consultation extracts (about 5 minutes each)

Part A assesses your ability to identify specific information during a consultation. You will listen to two recorded health professional-patient consultations and you will complete the health professional’s notes using the information you hear. Note: the health professionals may be any one of the 12 professions who can take OET.

Part B – short workplace extracts (about 1 minute each)

Part B assesses your ability to identify the detail, gist, opinion or purpose of short extracts from the healthcare workplace. You will listen to six recorded extracts (e.g. team briefings, handovers, or health professional-patient dialogues) and you will answer one multiple-choice question for each extract.

Part C – presentation extracts (about 5 minutes each)

Part C assesses your ability to follow a recorded presentation or interview on a range of accessible healthcare topics. You will listen to two different extracts and you will answer six multiple-choice questions for each extract.

Reading sub-test

The Reading sub-test consists of three parts and a total of 42 question items. All three parts take a total of 60 minutes to complete. The topics are of generic healthcare interest and are therefore accessible to candidates across all professions.

The Reading sub-test structure

Part A – expeditious reading task (15 minutes)

Part A assesses your ability to locate specific information from four short texts in a quick and efficient manner. The four short texts relate to a single healthcare topic, and you must answer 20 questions in the allocated time period. The 20 questions consist of matching, sentence completion and short answer questions.

Part B and Part C – careful reading tasks (45 minutes)

Part B assesses your ability to identify the detail, gist or main point of six short texts sourced from the healthcare workplace (100-150 words each). The texts might consist of extracts from policy documents, hospital guidelines, manuals or internal communications, such as emails or memos. For each text, there is one three-option multiple-choice question.

Part C assesses your ability to identify detailed meaning and opinion in two texts on topics of interest to healthcare professionals (800 words each). For each text, you must answer eight four-option multiple choice questions.

Writing sub-test

The Writing sub-test takes 45 minutes and is profession-specific. There is one task set for each profession based on a typical workplace situation and the demands of the profession – a nurse does the task for nursing, a dentist does the task for dentistry, and so on.

The Writing sub-test structure

The task is to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Some alternative letter types are a letter of transfer and a letter of discharge. A letter to advise or inform a patient, carer or group is sometimes used in Pharmacy, Veterinary Science and occasionally for Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy. Another task variation, with a different focus, is a written response to a complaint (for Radiography).

Along with the task instructions, you will receive stimulus material (case notes and/or other related documentation) which includes information to use in your response.

Speaking sub-test

The Speaking sub-test is delivered individually and takes around 20 minutes. This part of OET uses materials specifically designed for your profession. In each role-play, you take your professional role (for example, as a nurse or as a pharmacist) while the interlocutor plays a patient, a client, or a patient’s relative or carer. For veterinary science, the interlocutor is the owner or carer of the animal.

The Speaking sub-test structure

In each Speaking test, your identity and profession are checked by the interlocutor and there is a short warm-up conversation about your professional background. Then the role-plays are introduced one by one and you have three minutes to prepare for each. The role-plays take about five minutes each.

Role-plays

You receive information for each role-play on a card that you keep while you do the role-play. The card explains the situation and what you are required to do. You may write notes on the card if you want. If you have any questions about the content of the role-play or how a role-play works, you can ask them during the preparation time.

The role-plays are based on typical workplace situations and reflect the demands made on a health professional in those situations. The interlocutor follows a script so that the Speaking test structure is similar for each candidate. The interlocutor also has detailed information to use in each role-play. Different role-plays are used for different candidates at the same test administration.

Source: OET website. https://www.occupationalenglishtest.org/

Official Link:
https://www.occupationalenglishtest.org/


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