Achēv is looking for a Casual Language Assessor

The Casual Language Assessor will administer a variety of Canadian Language Benchmark-based language assessment tools to clients and refers them to language training options that meet their needs and preferences in the local community within the region of service. This casual position will be based in Richmond Hill with some travel required to sites throughout York Region, Simcoe County and Durham Region.  If you are interested in this posting, please visit their website and apply directly with them:  

Recruiting for the 2024 CCLB Board of Directors!

CCLB is inviting applications to fill vacancies on its pan-Canadian Board of Directors.  Appointments to the CCLB Board are made by the Board on recommendations from the Nominating Committee using an objective set of criteria. The term for all positions is three years, starting in June, renewable once. The Board and Board committees meet four times a year.  All CCLB Board members participate on their own behalf and not on behalf of their employer or any organization. Board members are expected to display a combination of the following attributes: Commitment to the goals of CCLB. Some knowledge of and/or experience

CLIC Activities Project

Start date: September 1, 2023 End date: March 31, 2025 Funded by: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Three main activities will be developed during this project, summarized below: 1. National CLIC Curriculum Framework: Documenting the key concepts (context, standards, principles, practices) associated with planning, developing, adapting or selecting instructional content for Literacy to NCLC 8. 2. National CLIC Online Curriculum: Developing French online courseware for niveaux de compétences linguistiques canadiens (NCLC) levels 3 to 5 across all skill areas (L/S/R/W). Moreover, the project aims to enable CLIC instructors across Canada to use an ELBP supported, ready-made solution for their

October 20, 2023

Demonstrating Language Proficiency in the Healthcare Sector in Canada CCLB is excited to announce that we are bringing together speakers from diverse professional backgrounds to participate in an online panel discussion around demonstrating language proficiency in the healthcare sector in Canada. About the online panel discussion: The health care sector as a whole is facing labour shortages. Consequently, Canada is increasing its targets in immigration and the goal now is to get around 8,000 new health-care workers a year as opposed to the 4,000 per year from 2017 – 2022. How will licensing and regulatory bodies ensure language proficiency in

Call for ASL and LSQ Consultants with Knowledge of CLB/NCLC

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 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 to: