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Position your company as an industry leader in the measurement of your employees’ English fluency

To make an impression on the global market, your business needs employees whose English communication skills will support company initiatives to:

  • Develop overseas markets
  • Manage overseas production sites
  • Build global technology alliances
  • Cultivate global leaders

A new standard in testing professional English fluency

PTE Professional™ measures how well an employee applies English in real-life professional situations such as:

  • Responding to emails
  • Phone calls
  • Presentations
  • Customer interactions

The exam questions are not industry-specific. Instead, they represent a base of general professional terms and common conditions that could be found across any number of industries.

Score Report

Understand your employees' abilities with the PTE Professional™ score report

The PTE Professional™ score report delivers the information you need to make the best hiring, placement and promotion decisions required for success in a growing, competitive global market.

The information will help you assess the overall human resources portfolio of your company so you can make effective decisions in utilizing your English-speaking workforce.

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Convenient, on-demand testing

You may send your employees to test at a Pearson VUE test center that is authorized to administer PTE Professional™ — or deliver the exam in your company’s testing facility.

Why recognize PTE Professional™?

PTE Professional™ more accurately and efficiently measures the imperative skills needed to truly compete in a global market. Using PTE Professional™ as the standard for measuring your employees’ English language skills shows your clients and your employees that your organization is committed to:

  • Competing in a global business environment
  • Hiring and retaining top talent
  • Providing excellent customer service