Event Title: Language Exams and Immigration
Note: We have an updated, fantastic, 1.5-hour update to this lesson here: A to Z to PR: Everything RCICs need to know about Representing Clients who need Language Exams
Event Date: This live webinar was conducted on June 27 2019 from 11:00 to 13:00 (Eastern Time).
There was a total of 2 hours of live, interactive webinar time.
Cost: $60 for this webinar video or part of our CPD Bundle.
Instructor: Kyle Broda, RCIC, M.Ed., M.A.
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Organization: Organization: RCICCPD by Full Skills Exam Prep.
Agenda: This is the breakdown of the upcoming event.
Language Exams in Immigration Legislation and Manuals, A3(1)(a-e)
The Minister’s authority in designating language exam providers A74(1-7)
Activity: Decipher which language exams are for English exams and which are for French
Activity: Decipher which language exams are for PR
Activity: Draw a line from the acronym to the meaning
The Canadian Language Benchmarks, A(3)(b)
Introduction to English language exams used for Canadian immigration- IELTS and CELPIP
Introduction to French language exams used for Canadian immigration- TEF and TCF
Statistics – Which language exam do immigrants use?
The language exams used for Quebec immigration
The most common issues (and solutions) facing immigration practitioners relating to language exams used by aspiring immigrants
The most valuable tools to help Immigration Practitioners and their clients when facing specific situations regarding language exams for immigration
Language exam scenarios and solutions for Immigration Practitioners to ensure professional ethics are being upheld
Question: If someone obtains CLB 7 in R and W in IELTS and less than 7 in other two but attempts CELPIP and receives CLB 7 in S and L but less than CLB 7 in other two. Can an applicant combine the two claim CLB in all four?