Tue, Aug 22|
'CELPIP Writing Component' Tips and Strategies with Guest Speaker (English)
The Canadian English Language Proficiency Language Index Program (CELPIP) is one of the approved English tests for immigration purposes. In this workshop, you will learn about key strategies, study materials, and practice tips from a professional, that might help you achieve your goal.
Time & Location
Aug 22, 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. PDT
About the Event
In Partnership with Maple Ridge Public Library.
To register for this event, please fill out this form: https://success.jotform.com/team/bcsis/RF
Please fill out this form 24 hours before the event to ensure that you get the link to attend.
The CELPIP test preparation webinar series will help you perform at your best on the test. The CELPIP webinar series provides valuable test taking skills and strategies to help you get the score you need.
These workshops are highly recommended if you plan to take the CELPIP Test!
- Learn skills and strategies to help you perform at your best on all four parts of the CELPIP test (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking)
- Discuss your questions about the test with a CELPIP expert
- Receive a free online study product valued at $25 for attending
- CELPIP Writing Pro is a free interactive lesson that is focused on the Listening component of the CELPIP Test. You will learn about the format of each Listening task, how the responses are scored, and listening strategies and tips to help you perform at your best on test day.
Eligibility: work/study permit, and refugee claimants.
To join you will need a computer, tablet or phone with the app Zoom. A link and password to join the event will be sent to registrants.
BC Settlement and Integration Services (BCSIS) is one of the many programs within S.U.C.C.E.S.S., a multicultural, multi-service social service agency. BCSIS is funded by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to provide support to post-secondary international students, foreign workers who hold a valid work permit, PNP applicants, refugee claimants in employment, settlement, and exploring immigration pathways. Naturalized citizens are eligible for employment services.