Ashton College offers a CELPIP Preparation Program for those planning on taking the CELPIP test. This program is designed to prepare students for individual components of the CELPIP-General and the CELPIP-General LS tests.
The CELPIP Preparation Program allows potential test takers to fully prepare for different components of the CELPIP test, increasing their ability to achieve their target score. For many newcomers to Canada, a high score in language proficiency is a step towards raising their Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) and improving their Express Entry profile.
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The CELPIP Preparation Program has been developed by CELPIP experts to assist test takers and ensure they maximize their performance and demonstrate their true level of English language on the test day. The program focuses on improving students’ language skills and helping them better understand the test format, style and expectations.
Benefits of Taking the CELPIP Preparation Program
Become familiar with the test format and performance expectations
Learn about the question types and how to respond to them
Sharpen your English skills
Learn how to build your vocabulary
Become a confident CELPIP test taker
Key Features of the Program
Six lessons for each test component
Practice test items in all skills modules
Homework to reinforce learning and the development of good study habits
Applicants must be high school graduates or 19 years or older at the start of the applicant’s course.
This course is delivered in-class from our Vancouver campus.
Each module is comprised of six 3-hour sessions, for a total of 18 hours per module.
Classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Johan Rodriguez has been teaching EFL, English and Translation Studies in Canada, US and Mexico for over 8 years. Over the past 5 years, he has taught at both the University of Fraser Valley and the University of British Columbia.
Johan holds a TEFL certificate and a Master’s degree in Languages and Technology. Currently he is completing a Doctorate in Canadian Studies from UBC-Vancouver. He is now a CELPIP Preparation Program instructor.