CELPIP is a language proficiency test which is specially designed by Paragon Testing Enterprises, a division of the University of British Columbia for Canadian immigration.

The following are some of the Canadian organizations that recognize the results of the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program, sometimes known as the CELPIP test:

  • ICCRC stands for the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) is an organization that regulates immigration consultants in Canada. It ensures that they are up to certain ethical and professional standards, as well as that they are knowledgeable about the laws and procedures pertaining to Canadian immigration.
  • The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission is the government agency in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan that is in charge of regulating and certifying people who work in skilled trades. It ensures that tradespeople have the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out their jobs in a manner that is both safe and effective.
  • Child Care Staff Certification through Alberta Human Services: This certification program ensures that individuals working in child care settings in Alberta have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide children with safe and high-quality care.
  • The Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC) is the governing body of the real estate industry in the province of British Columbia. It is responsible for ensuring that real estate professionals in the province are familiar with real estate law and procedures, as well as maintaining ethical and professional standards for the industry.
  • This program at NorQuest College is called ELP, which stands for English Language Proficiency. It evaluates the level of English language proficiency of individuals who want to study or work in Canada and, if necessary, it provides those individuals with language training.
  • The qualifications, skills, and experience that an individual must possess in order to be hired by an organization for a specific job or position are referred to as the organization’s employment requirements. They range widely from one sector to another and from one job to another.
  • Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the government agency in charge of immigration and refugee issues in Canada. IRCC is also responsible for citizenship issues. It is in charge of managing the immigration process, which includes the submission of applications for citizenship, permanent residency, and temporary visas.
  • In a manner analogous to that of RECBC, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) serves as the regulatory body for the real estate industry in the province of Alberta. It ensures that real estate professionals are knowledgeable about real estate law and procedures, as well as adhering to ethical and professional standards in the real estate industry.
  • The BC Health Care Assistant (HCA) Program trains individuals to provide care and support to patients in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other settings within the health care industry in the province of British Columbia.
  • The Alberta Institute of Massage is an organization that provides massage therapists in the province of Alberta with the education and credentials necessary to practice massage therapy in a manner that is both safe and effective.
  • This association represents real estate professionals in Saskatchewan, advocating for their interests and promoting professionalism and ethical conduct within the industry. Its name is the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors.
  • TLC-Edmonton Training for Foreign Caregivers: This program offers training and support to foreign caregivers who want to work in Canada. The goal of the program is to ensure that these caregivers have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide high-quality care to their clients.