UK pilot of OET delivers excellent results
Five out of six participants pass
A pilot of the Occupational English Test (OET) has achieved excellent results, with five of six participants achieving the four grade Bs required by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to register and practice in the UK. Please complete the form opposite to download the case study.
“Congratulations to both the successful candidates and SLC on these excellent results. While we are delighted, we are not surprised. Candidates and employers alike tell us time and again that OET is a valid proof of English proficiency and that OET alumni enter the workplace with increased confidence and the communication skills required to ensure patient safety and quality care”. - Sujata Stead, CEO of Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment