Today we had nineteen students graduating from Lexis English Perth! We wish everyone all the best in the future, and we hope everyone had a good time studying with us.
As well as the graduating students, today one of our teachers, Laura, will also be leaving us. Laura is a wonderful teacher and she will be missed.
Some teachers are going to miss her particularly badly…!
Shota graduated last Friday after 5 weeks at Lexis Perth. This is what he said about Lexis:
I love Lexis
I love friends
I wanna go Italy, Colombia, Spain, Brazil,Korea,Russia….anywhere!!
See you next time in your country guys!!!
Lexis is definitely a BIG family and it gives you the opportunity to make friends from around the world and creates opportunities far greater than you ever expected.
Thanks for sharing Shota. We wish you all your best on your adventures around the world!
The Occupational English Test (OET) is an international English language test that assesses the language and communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practise in an English-speaking environment.
OET Test materials are designed to reflect real medical workplace scenarios, meaning that candidates can be confident that they will know exactly what to expect, and feel more confident on test day.
The 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 tests international health practitioners in the following 12 professions:
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Pathology
- Veterinary Science
Why the OET?
The OET is recognised and trusted by more than 30 regulatory healthcare bodies and councils in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. 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.
Many candidates currently employed in, or considering working in a healthcare related field choose the OET as it employs the English language that they are most familiar with – the same language that they use every day at work.
Where can I take the OET?
Lexis Sunshine Coast is a registered OET Examination Centre. Our next 2016 examination date will be:
Applications open: 18 Feb to 16 Mar
Results published: 3 May 16
I’m not sure I’m ready for the exam!
If you are concerned that you may not yet have the required level of English for your OET target score, please contact us here to arrange a language assessment. We will be pleased to assist you in arranging an appropriate course of study prior to your examination date.
From February 22nd, students will be able to study Business and TESOL programs at Lexis. These courses will run from 2pm to 7.30pm on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with optional Supervised Consolidation of Learning class available each Thursday.
Our Business and TESOL programs are fully accredited for student visas, and are ideal for students finishing their English program at Lexis and looking for a further challenge while they extend their stay in Noosa, Byron Bay or the Sunshine Coast.
To enter the Certificate III in Business, you will need to have an Intermediate level of English at Lexis, or an equivalent IELTS score of 5. For the Certificate IV in TESOL, you will need to be in Upper Intermediate, or at a 6-6.5 IELTS equivalent.
To launch our new courses, we are offering our current students an opening special for the 30 week Certificate III in Business – $3000, including all registration and materials fees. The usual price for this course will be $4500.
For more details, speak to your Academic Manager!
Certificate III in Business (BSB30115)
Certificate IV in TESOL (10429NAT)
Well done to our amazing graduates! It’s been wonderful having you here, and we wish you all the best for the future! Don’t forget to drop by and say hello if you’re in the neighbourhood 🙂