CELPIP

Test of Canadian English in Context

CELPIP

COURSES

These courses introduce students to the language required to reach CLB 5 on the CELPIP exam.

These courses focus on the four main components of language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The most important element is that students will start to do testing similar to the CELPIP exam at their level. 

  • CLB 3/4: Introduction to basic English language grammar and vocabulary.
  • CLB 4/5: This course maintains its focus on language building for CLB 5. It introduces some real exam material. 
  • LENGTH: Each course generally runs 8-weeks; or one semester.
  • LEVEL Required: Students write an entrance exam to determine their level. In general, 70% in the current course is required to advance to the next level.
  • ADVANCEMENT: Students are able to advance after 8-weeks in each level.

CLASS SCHEDULES

MONDAY - FRIDAY

SATURDAY

These courses prepare students for the CELPIP General exam directly by practicing exam material.

These courses focus on the four main components of language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The most important element is that students do testing material similar to the exam. 

  • LENGTH: Each course generally runs 8-weeks; however, the level the students advance depends on their progress (usually 1 or 2 levels.
  • CLB 5/6: Mainly focuses on preparing students for this level by practice of Reading parts 1/2; Listening parts 1/4; and basic writing and speaking responses.
  • CLB 7/9: Mainly focuses on preparing students for this level by practice of reading parts 3/4; Listening parts 5/6; and higher level writing and speaking responses. 
  • LEVEL Required: Students write an entrance exam to determine their level. In general, 70% in the current course is required to advance to the next level.
  • Used for Immigration purposes; Permanent residence.
  • Can be used at some educational institutions in Edmonton; for some programs: NAIT, Norquest College, Concordia University

CELPIP scores required for
PERMANENT RESIDENCE

Express Entry Program; B Skills CLB 5 in all components.

Alberta Express Entry Program; 0, A Skills CLB 7 in all components.

Alberta Nominee Program; O, A, B, C, D Skills CLB 5 in all components.

Alberta Express Entry Program; B Skills CLB 5 in all components.

Express Entry Program; 0, A Skills CLB 7 in all components.

These courses focus on preparing students for the CELPIP LS, which can be used for citizenship.

These courses focus on the four main components of language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. However, The most important element is that students will do test material for achieving a minimum of CLB 4 required for citizenship. 

  • CLB 3/4: Introduction to basic English language grammar and vocabulary.
  • CLB 4/5: This course maintains its focus on language building for CLB 5. It introduces some real exam material. 
  • LENGTH: Each course generally runs 8-weeks; or one semester. 
  • LEVEL Required: Students write an entrance exam to determine their level. In general, 70% in the current course is required to advance to the next level.
  • ADVANCEMENT: Students are able to advance after 8-weeks in each level.

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