OET is an English Language test for healthcare professionals that assesses the language communication skills for those who work or are seeking to work in an English-speaking environment. 

Our dedicated teachers will help you achieve your desired OET test score. The test covers four areas of English proficiency: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. In addition, we specialize in course requirements to fit into your busy work life.

Note: This is a non-CRICOS registered course, and a student visa is not available for this course

Talk to us today about classes and price options.


frequently asked questions
01. How does this program helps you learn?
  • Communicate effectively in English in a corporate environment

  • Australian history

  • Taxation system in Australia

  • Introduction to Australian Company Law

  • Social awareness at workplace

  • Workplace cultural diversity

02. Why is Opera your best Option?
  • Customised study plans based on individual student needs

  • Flexible time table

  • Highly experienced teachers

  • Central location close to public transport

  • Proven teaching methodologies

  • Weekly Individual feedback

  • Exam focused technique development focusing on academic writing, listening, grammar, speaking and vocabulary

  • Weekly practice tests under simulated real test conditions

03. Course Fee Structure

Weekly Course Fee: $250

Weekly Material/ Textbook Fee: $10 per week

Enrolment Fee: $150

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    General Information about the Course

    English entry requirements:

    No English requirements. Student will be tested at enrollment and will be placed in appropriate class

    Study Level:

    5 Levels ( Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, UpperIntermediate and Advanced)


    On-Campus: 20 hours face-to-face


    A minimum of 80% attendance is required (for student visa holders).

    Level Completion:

    10 weeks


    Max 10 weeks

    Course progress:

    A minimum of 50% or greater must be achieved in assessments to demonstrate satisfactory course progress (for student visa holders.


    Course timetables can vary from morning, afternoon or evening. Contact us to find out the current timetable for each course

    Assessment methods:

    Assessment will vary every week and may include reading or writing or listening or speaking tests, oral presentations, role plays, writing summaries, writing dialogues etc

    Course Award:

    All students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of their course