OET Preparation

The Literacy Professionals at Languages International offer you two options for OET test preparation: the OET Intensive course in Auckland, New Zealand and OET Online Writing Feedback.

OET Intensive course in Auckland – 4 evenings a week:

  • A 3 week, 24 hour course taught on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm in Auckland city centre.
  • Weekly, timed, in-class tests with individualised feedback.
  • We still develop the key language skills needed to perform well in OET, and to focus on how to approach the OET sub-tests themselves.
  • OET Intensive is aimed at candidates who need to improve their performance in all 4 OET sub-tests.
  • The course costs $640 plus a $50 registration fee, payable on your first enrolment only.

The classes are also a great way to meet other people in Auckland who are preparing for OET – it is always better to prepare for a test with other people so that you can encourage each other and share resources and tips.

Course dates

Course start Course end OET test day
21st January   7th February   8th February   Places available
18th February   6th March   7th March   Places available
31st March   17th April   19th April   Places available
9th June   26th June   27th June   Places available
4th August   21st August   22nd August   Places available

Please enrol as soon as possible and pay the fee once you receive an offer of place. If we don’t have confirmation of your payment, or enough people enrolled (we need a minimum of 5), we will not be able to run the course.

Enrol now

Let us help you improve your OET writing:

OET Online Writing Feedback

  • We send you 2 writing tasks
  • We check your writing when you email it back to us
  • We send you personalised advice to improve your writing
  • It costs $50 for 2 OET writing tasks
  • Email us for more information at: info@literacyprofessionals.co.nz

About the Occupational English Test

The Occupational English Test (OET) is an international English language test that assesses speaking, reading, listening and writing skills of healthcare professionals. The key benefit over IELTS is that it is contextualised around communication skills that are relevant to work in healthcare. So, test-takers are able to use skills that they have developed in the course of their work.

It is currently recognised by the following professional bodies: Nursing Council of New Zealand; Pharmacy Council of New Zealand; Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand; Veterinary Council of New Zealand; Dental Council of New Zealand; Council of Occupational Therapists Registration Boards (Australia and New Zealand); Australia and New Zealand Podiatry Accreditation Council (ANZPAC); Medical Council New Zealand (since Feb 2014)

Applications are centralised so you apply online.