Israel Caregiver Exam Syllabus English Language Proficiency Test Israel Visa Exam update new syllabus by the Government of Nepal, Foreign Ministry. Israel Long Term Working Visa Caregiver Visa Exam Syllabus published by the Government of Nepal, Foreign Ministry. Update new syllabus for English Language Proficiency Test for Israel Working Visa Exam. Israel Long Term Working Visa syllabus are divided into two paper. All the Israel Working Visa Syllabus Details are given below.
Issuing a notice Tuesday, the Department of Foreign Employment said that Israel has placed a demand for 700 females and 300 males as caregivers in the first lot. The notice has said that the interested eligible candidates should apply within 21 days via the online portal of the department.
The hiring process will take place through a government-to-government model.
The Government of Israel has said the monthly salary for the selected worker(s) is 5,300 New Israeli Sheqel (NIS) which is equivalent to NRs 193,000.
With this announcement, Nepali aspiring workers have received job offers in Israel after a long wait.
The payment will be made on a weekly basis, a per the notice.
It may be noted that the Governments of Israel and Nepal last year had inked a labour pact and Israel had agreed to hire 500 workers in the first lot.
The contract period for selected workers will be of one year and it could be extended up to five years. The worker has to manage food on their own while accommodation will be managed by the employer.
Any Nepali citizen above 25 years and not exceeding 45 years of age measuring at least 1.5 metres in height, weighing at least 45 kilos and having an ANM or CMA (medical) certificate after completing at least grade 10 or a plus two degree with at least three months’ training on caregiving from a government-certified training institute would be eligible to apply for the job.
Israel Working Visa Caregiver Exam Syllabus- English Language Test Syllabus Israel Visa
First Paper: English Language Proficiency Test
Full Marks – 80 Marks,
Pass Marks– 20 Marks
Exam Type: Written Exam- Objective Multiple Choice Questions
Exam Time: 2 Hours
Second Paper: Speaking & Listening Test
Full Marks -20 Marks
Exam Type: Interview
(Note: There is no negative marking system in both first & second paper exam)
First Paper – Unit – 1 Introduction Basic Knowledge of English language and Occupational Safety (10 Questions x 2 marks = 20)
- General Communication skill in English Language
c. Queries and Responding
d. Complimenting and thanking.
- Basic Concept of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)
a. Potential hazards of work place
b. Safe lifting techniques
c. Health/Hygiene care, sanitation, medication and safety measures.
d. Basic Knowledge of using OHS tools and equipment
Unit – 2 Communicative English Language (20 Questions x 2 marks-40)
- Basic Knowledge of English Grammar (High school level)
ii. Use of Articles
iii. Parts of speech
iv. Verb pattern (sentence structure)
v. Question formation (with or without auxiliaries)
vi. Question Tags
vii. Comparison of Adjectives
viii. Modal verbs: Can, could, May, Might, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must and ought (To Express meaning such as Permission, Possibility, Certainty, obligation)
ix. Clauses (Adverb, Adjective and Noun)
x. Interchange of Active and Passive Voice
xi. Direct and Indirect Speech
xii. Proper use of quantifiers: (a lot, much, many, a little, a bit, a few, some, any….)
- Corresponding and Reporting
a. Talking over the telephone.
c. Record keeping in work place
i. Vertical and Lateral
ii. Formal and Informal
Unit-3 Basic Understanding of Words for Caregiving (5 Questions x 2 marks=10)
- Concept of Caregiving:
a. Caregiving in general,
b. Caregiving for specific needs,
- Emergency Care and First Aid
- Basic knowledge of vocabulary used in work places.
a. Caregiving center, house, hospital and nursing home.
Unit – 4 Knowledge of Caregiving (5 Questions x 2 marks=10)
- Basic communication of work and work place with care receiver and medical personnel
- Basic Knowledge of caregiving for:
a. Maternal and Child care
b. Caregiving for elderly people
c. Caregiving for the people with Physical disabilities such as:
i. Hearing Loss,
iii. Mobility disabilities etc.
d. Caring for the people with special needs.
v. Parkinson etc.