What Is CELPIP?
The CELPIP i.e Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program is a general English language proficiency test.
This test allows the candidate to prove his proficiency in the English language. This test assesses the candidate precisely in different situations, like, communicating with friends and co-workers, responding to difficult situations, understanding and interpreting newscasts, and even responding to emails and other written materials.
You will find just two variations of this CELPIP Evaluation: the CELPIP-General Exam and the CELPIP-General LS Exam. The CELPIP-General Exam assesses Useful Listening, Reading, Writing, and Talking abilities. Along with being approved by IRCC, the CELPIP-General Exam is approved from the Property Council of British Columbia and also Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. The CELPIP-General LS Exam assesses operational contrasts and Talking proficiency.
CELPIP is fully Computer based test
The CELPIP examination is wholly Computer based test, supplying evaluation takers the chance to finish evaluation components at a sitting without additional extra fittings, interviews, or even evaluation sittings essential. CELPIP test-takers make use of mouse and computer keyboard to automatically accomplish examining and composing different parts of evaluation, use computer mike and headphone to successfully finish both the Listening and Talking elements. Computerized checks provide test-takers a fast and dependable testing encounter.
Score can be assessed online
Your CELPIP score can be assessed online through you CELPIP account within 8 working days. Those candidates who opted for Express Rating can check their score in 3 working days. When ever candidate’s scores are ready, will receive an e-mail and he/she can assess CLPIP scores online through his /her CELPIP account. And the most important you CELPIP account and CELPIP scores are valid for two years only.
WHO ACCEPTS CELPIP?
The CELPIP Tests prove English language proficiency for:
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC):
– Permanent Resident Status
– Canadian Citizenship
– Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
– Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
– Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
– Start-up Visa Program
– Various Provincial Nominee Programs
– Organizational employment requirements
– TLC-Edmonton Training for Foreign Caregivers
– Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
– Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC)
– Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA)
– NorQuest College ELP (English Language Proficiency)
– Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
– BC Health Care Assistant (HCA) Program
– Association of Saskatchewan Realtors
– Alberta Institute of Massage
– Alberta Human Services – Child Care Staff Certification