We are here to help you achieve your career dream and make the most of all healthcare employment opportunities in the UK. Our aim is to help get you the job you want in the UK.
• Our courses offer a full range of English language OET/IELTS exam qualification pathways.
• We provide the necessary training support to help you meet all vocational entry requirements set out by the UK NMC and NHS employers.
• We provide job search and interview support for doctors, nurses and allied healthcare professions.
The simplest way to get the most benefit from Future Perfect learning packages, with support every step of the way to your new career in the UK. Our bundles include: English language exam preparation training; job application guidance and interview support; and access to our exclusive online community network when you get to the UK.
OET is the Occupational English Test, and has been developed specifically for 12 healthcare professions. Tests reflect real workplace tasks and relevant language skills. It helps healthcare professionals prove they have the right level of English for work or study, while also learning the kind of language they will need every day at work.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).
NMC and Other Courses
The NMC is the nursing and midwifery regulator for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
What is the difference between OET and IELTS?
The main difference is the context within which each test is taken. The IELTS test will test your English within the context of a wide variety of topics. The OET will test your ability within the context of your medical profession. Therefore, if you are a nurse or a doctor, you will be tested on things related to your job.
More information about our courses
When are the Classes held?
We currently offer THREE Course time options for different time zones:
- Monday to Thursday 09:30 – 12:30 (UK GMT)
- Monday to Friday 14:30 – 17:30 (UK GMT)
- Monday to Thursday from 19:00 – 22:00 (UK GMT)
We start courses at the beginning of each month.
How do I access my online class?
Our Sales and Admin Team will send you an email with an access code to your chosen course, after you have completed your enrolment. All of our classes use the Google Classroom Learning Management System.
What equipment do I need?
Ideally, we would recommend a PC , laptop or tablet with good internet connection and headphones. But our classes can also be accessed from a smartphone.
How long does each course take?
We have courses lasting from one-three months and also an academic year study programme.
How many hours of class time do I get?
Each month of tuition we provide 50 hours of classroom study.
What English language levels do I need to be to start the course to prepare for the OET/IELTS exams?
- If you wish to enrol on our 50 hour intensive exam preparation course to achieve OET Level B /IELTS Level 7, we recommend candidates have a minimum level of B2 (Upper-Intermediate English); Proficient English User (C1, C2) and English Independent User (B1, B2)
- If you wish to enrol on our 100 hours exam preparation course to achieve OET Level B /IELTS Level 7, we recommend candidates have a minimum level of B1 (Intermediate English, or B2 (Upper-Intermediate English).
- If you wish to enrol on our 150 hours exam preparation course to achieve OET Level B /IELTS Level 7, we recommend candidates have a minimum level of A2 (Elementary English). English Independent User (B1, B2).
How do I find out my English Language level?
We recommend that you complete your own language assessment. CEFR has a quick 15 minute test which can accurately show your current level of English. You can log in and find out here.
When can I start?
Start at a time and date that is most convenient for you.