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News - Specialist Language Courses

Which OET and IELTS English language scores are accepted for different healthcare professions?

Are you trained outside the UK in a country where English is not the first language but would like to work in the UK? (more...)

5 tips to remember when teaching online

With more and more people starting to teach online, here are a few handy tips to help you survive. (more...)

5 Key zoom features to use when teaching online

Thinking about using zoom for teaching online? Here are 5 key features to help you get the most out of your online classroom. (more...)

Eaquals webinar: How to teach online with Zoom

Bethan Edwards, SLC’s Academic Director, is giving a webinar on Friday 20th March at 10am GMT to help Eaquals schools affected by Covid-19 teach online. (more...)

A Message to our Candidates, Clients and Learning Community Regarding COVID-19

We teach English to healthcare professionals and students – doctors, nurses, pharmacists, carers – who in many cases are now on the front line of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. (more...)

VISA UPDATE English Language Requirements for Healthcare Professionals

On September 9th, the UK government announced that the English language requirements stipulated for overseas healthcare professionals by their respective regulatory bodies – the NMC for nurses and ... (more...)

Giving Advice Sensitively

Get this right, and your rapport with your patient will be a powerful factor in building a successful therapeutic partnership. Get this wrong, and your relationship may never recover. Read on. (more...)

Raising awareness for Diabetes Week

When you’ve got diabetes, just getting through the day can be a monumental achievement. But it doesn’t mean life stops. People have become professional athletes, topped the charts and ruled the ... (more...)

The OET Writing Criteria are Changing

The way OET mark the Writing tests is changing. (more...)

The goodwill of nurses is being abused

In a speech at the 2019 Royal College of Nursing conference, Dame Donna Kinnair, Chief Executive and General Secretary, criticised the government, highlighting the severe shortage of nurses and ... (more...)

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