Online test to gauge language skills

  • Metro News
  • Thursday, 31 Oct 2019

Law will talk about Sasbadi services at MyStarJob Fair 2019.

SASBADI Holdings Bhd will introduce Linguaskill, a quick and convenient online test from Cambridge Assessment English, a unit within the University of Cambridge, to help organisations check on candidates’ English levels at the MyStarJob Fair 2019.

The online test covers all four language skills — speaking, writing, reading and listening. It provides accurate results within 48 hours with clear individual test reports and group reports.

Results are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), the international standard for describing language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.

Sasbadi corporate strategy director Henry Law said the future Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0 required good communication skills in English.

“We have mapped out 968 occupations in the world and studied the basic English requirement for them.

“The test makes it easy for jobseekers to observe their English proficiency levels to prepare them to enter the working world, ” he said.

Sasbadi is the preferred partner for Cambridge Linguaskill in Malaysia and the exclusive partner for NYC products in Malaysia.

“We will offer a special promotion for as low as RM110 with two desired options for the CEFR English placement test only at MyStarJob Fair 2019.

“We can foresee three outcomes for the jobseekers after taking the test, which are high possibilities of getting a job interview, the job and a better salary and position, ” added Law.

There will be a talk on the importance of English in setting up future corporate culture and human resources strategies as well as a consultation session by Law.

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