WHO WE AREThe Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB)/Centre des niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (CNCLC) is an Ottawa-based, national, non-profit organization. Since 1998, CCLB has been the centre of expertise in support of the Canadian Language Benchmarks and Niveaux de compétence linguistiques canadiens, the national standards for describing, measuring, and recognizing the second- language proficiency of immigrants and prospective immigrants for living and working in Canada. For more information about CCLB/NCLC, visit www.language.ca. WHY CCLB/CNCLC?Interesting projectsCanada-wide resources and connectionsContribute to the field of ESL/FSLSupportive CCLB staffProfessional growth and networkingCredibility in the fieldFlexibility You can email your application package by
Catholic Social Services is currently recruiting for one (1) Full Time Language Assessor position at 37.5 hours per week in Edmonton, AB. You will be joining an established Agency that is guided by faith to care for and bring hope to people in need with humility, compassion and respect. With more than 50 years of service delivery, Catholic Social Services is one of the largest multi-function social services agencies in Canada, with more than 1900 staff, and hundreds of volunteers delivering 130+ programs throughout Central Alberta. “As a Catholic social services agency, we are guided by faith to care for and
We are thrilled to announce that the Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB) is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year!
Opportunity to Participate in Demonstrating Sufficient Evidence PBLA/ELBP Research Activity As part of the ongoing agreement to provide professional development, resources, and training to support the use of Portfolio Based Language Assessment (PBLA) and évaluation linguistique basée sur le portfolio (ELBP), CCLB will be coordinating research pilots in LINC and CLIC programs to re-examine the number of artefacts required to demonstrate sufficient evidence and assign benchmarks. What type of activity will this be? This research activity will provide SPOs the opportunity to participate in research to examine the number of artefacts required to demonstrate sufficient evidence and assign benchmarks in
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The Bilingual Assessor will administer English and French language assessments to newcomers based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks/Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens and provide referral to classes/training. Will work in-person primarily out of the LAC Mississauga location and other sites (Oakville, Brampton) and also online as needed. If you are interested in this posting, please visit their website and apply directly with Achēv: https://secure6.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149773.careers?CareersSearch.
The Fully Remote French Assessor will administer online French language assessments to newcomers based on the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens and provide referrals to classes/training. We are seeking an experienced assessor who is already trained and certified on the BTC-NCLC assessment. If you are interested in this posting, please visit their website and apply directly with Achēv: https://secure6.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149773.careers?CareersSearch.
The YMCA of Greater Toronto is looking for a French Language Assessor. The French Language Assessor is responsible for administering Batterie de tests de classement aux Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (BTC-NCLC) assessment tool and referring newcomers to the most appropriate language training program funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the Ministry of Labour Training and Skills Development (MLTSD). The Language Assessor works as a team member ensuring quality programming and service delivery, achievement of program goals and establishment and nurturing of effective working relationships within the program, the Association and the community. If you are interested
The Centre for Education & Training has recently launched a Facebook page and a YouTube Channel for the CLB Online Self-Assessment where they are offering info/updates, articles about language assessment and learning, information about relevant services for immigrants, Canadian Language Benchmarks, and other related topics that your clients may find helpful. They will also share pictures and videos from events they attend in the community. Join us on social media: Please take a moment right now to visit their social media pages and click “Like/Follow” and “Subscribe.”
IRCC has recently produced two new settlement videos: 1. Language training options for newcomers to Canada describes the language training and learning opportunities offered through the Settlement Program. This video will help newcomers understand what they can expect from different types of language programming, including formal language training, employment-related language training, and informal language learning. EN: https://youtu.be/H0nSq2ieS2g FR: https://youtu.be/pa5ounqb3y4 2. Understanding the Canadian Language Benchmarks (Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens) explains the national standards framework and its value for language professionals and learners. This video is primarily aimed at language trainers, administrators, service provider organizations and other partners with