It has been reported that the University of Queensland in Australia has begun to offer an internationally-recognised English language test for those from non-English-speaking backgrounds that want to study and work in Australia. We take a look at the report in today’s video.
According to reports, the Occupational English Test could open up doors to healthcare professionals that wish to study and work in an English-speaking environment in Australia. It is suggested that the Occupational English Test differs from standard English tests in that it measures the specific skills required to communicate in a healthcare environment.
A spokesperson for London Translations said recently…
“This article highlights the importance of translators having a background in, and understanding of, clients’ sectors as opposed to simply a general knowledge of the language pairs to be translated. For best results, we recommend only using professionally qualified translators with a minimum of 5 years’ relevant commercial experience translating texts in your sector. It’s also important to ensure your translator is translating into their mother-tongue as very few people are truly bilingual, even if they claim to be”.
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