After the EALTA-UKALTA Symposium The CEFR: a highway map for future analysis and improvement, hosted by the British Council in London in February 2020, a small steering group was convened to revisit the Handbook for Relating Language Examinations to the CEFR (Council of Europe, 2009) and to discover choices for changing it with a handbook that may take account of the CEFR CV, focusing not simply on testing and evaluation, and addressing a variety of stakeholders. This steering group included key contributors within the February symposium representing a spread of organisations: Neus Figueras (EALTA), Barry O’Sullivan (British Council), Nick Saville (ALTE), Lynda Taylor (UKALTA), and David Little, along with his intensive information of the Council of Europe.
This Handbook has been ready for individuals who are instructing, testing and creating supplies in language training, to tell and recommend methods to assist undertake a sensible or utilized CEFR alignment train. It additionally serves stakeholders involved with training coverage issues and decision-making.
You could find each the Handbook in addition to the accompanying CEFR Alignment Editable Varieties for obtain beneath.
The Handbook (2022) is printed collectively by ALTE, EALTA, UKALTA and the British Council.