What is Wpln assessment?
The Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) assessments are computer-delivered English Language literacy and numeracy assessments developed by the British Council, in collaboration with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).
How long is the Wpln assessment?
Reading (35 minutes) Listening (40 minutes) Speaking (12 minutes) Writing (50 minutes)
Is Wpln easy?
WPLN Writing (50 minutes) Part one is the easiest. The test gets more difficult with each part.
How hard is Wpln?
To be honest, WPLN is not really difficult to get a Level 5. RES does have it’s difficulties but most of my agents passed it on their first attempt. Haha and yes, sad to say, there people who failed before.
How do I apply for the Wpln test?
A Registration for the WPLN assessments is available online at www.wsg.gov.sg/ces.html or by calling the Centre for Employability Skills (CES) at 6883 5885.
Who can take Wpln?
Who is eligible to take the WPLN assessments and to qualify for the subsidised assessment fees?
- Singaporeans/Singapore Permanent Residents;
- Anyone 16 years and above;
- If not taking the assessments within the 90-day lockout period; and.
Is Wpln recognized?
To date, over 2,900 employers and training institutions recognise and accept the WPLN credentials as an alternative recruitment and entry requirement to GCE N/O level qualifications.
How do I check my WSQ qualification?
How do trainees access and download WSQ e-Certs?
- Go to the MySkillsFuture portal.
- Click the Singpass icon and log in via Singpass.
- Go to Skills Passport > click on Certificates to view WSQ e-Certs records.
- Select trainee’s WSQ e-Certs and click on “Download e-Certs”
How do I apply for Wpln?
How is Wpln graded?
How is the WPLN Assessment Scored? Speaking and Writing skills are scored by human examiners. All other skills are scored automatically.
Where do I apply for Wpln?
What is Wpln used for?
The WPLN programme comprises training courses and assessment for the four language skills in English (Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing), as well as for Numeracy, required to function in work and personal environments.
How are WPLN assessments used in the workplace?
The Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) assessments are computer-delivered English Language literacy and numeracy assessments developed by the British Council, in collaboration with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). They are used to assess English Language literacy in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing, and Numeracy ability.
How can I prepare for the WPLN test?
For detailed information, please refer to SkillsFuture website . This Candidate Guide has been created to help you prepare for the WPLN Assessments. It covers all four English skills – Speaking, Writing, Reading and Listening – with Grammar and Vocabulary as the core component, as well as the Numeracy test.
What are the different components of the WPLN?
The WPLN assessments can be taken as different combinations of the following five components: Speaking: Assesses your ability to speak and to be understood in both personal and work environments There is also a compulsory Core Grammar and Vocabulary component for the literacy assessment.
What is the difference between WPL and WPN?
The Workplace Literacy (WPL) and Workplace Numeracy (WPN) Series 1 WPL (Comprehensive) programme covers English Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing skills 2 WPL (Conversational) programme covers English Reading, Listening and Speaking skills 3 WPL (Writing) programme covers English Reading & Writing skills