Business Language Assessment Service

A Valuable Service for Optimum Results

Your Success Depends on Your Employees

From the level required for a position to your prospective candidates

Do you want to validate the language level required for a specific position? Your hiring process is complete; however, you wonder if your candidates have the necessary language skills for the job? Globalization has led to a metamorphosis in the labor market so that language skills can no longer be ignored.

ELAM accompanies you in an assessment and audit analysis of your potential candidates. Our spoken and written tests ECBE (Evaluation of Competencies in Business English) and ECFA (Evaluation of Competencies in Business French) will provide you with accurate information about their language level.

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Language Skills Assessment

Maximize Your Recruitment Process


Effective evaluations to fine-tune your recruitment selection:

A 15-minute comprehension skills test
A 30 to 60-minute reading and writing skills test
A report available within 3 hours (EXPRESS) or 24 to 48 hours

A user-friendly online booking tool

Times Change and So Do Job Requirements


The importance of reviewing your organization’s language standards:

To establish French and English written and spoken requirements for a position.

To determine recruitment needs required for the development of language standards.

To update an outdated job description.

To re-evaluate a unionized position that requires an impartial, third-party firm to set the language standards.

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ELAM’s Guide to Language Assessments for Hiring Purposes

Client-centered employment in customer service , tech support, and sales are just a few examples of jobs that require excellent language abilities.
Assume this is something you expect from your new hires. In that situation, you may be wondering, “How can I assure that my shortlist of candidates has the required language proficiency?”
The solution is to include a language evaluation in your hiring procedure.