Trinity Secure English Language Testing (SELT) is available across the United Kingdom and we are committed to providing you with the safest test experience possible.
Candidates are asked to wear face masks. To comply with government guidelines you will be required to wear a facial covering inside the Trinity test building. If you arrive without a face mask one will be provided free of charge.
We will require you to briefly take off your mask at the registration desk to allow us to confirm your identity. You will not be required to wear your mask during your online speaking and listening exam.
We thank you in advance as we all work together to create the safest possible environment.
In response to the situation created by COVID-19, we have introduced a way for you to take your English speaking and listening test in a Trinity SELT test centre during this time of pandemic.
You will now take your one-to-one speaking and listening test with a Trinity examiner online via video conference at our UKVI-approved SELT test points. There is no change to the exam length, content and skills assessed for Trinity’s GESE speaking and listening exams online.
Some aspects of the exam day experience will necessarily differ from standard processes. We explain here what to expect and what we are asking you to do support the safeguarding measures we are putting in place.
You should prepare for your English language exam in the usual way. Check you are preparing for the right test at the right level here. Find additional Trinity resources from Trinity here. GESE and ISE level B1 candidates can download or copy a simple version of the standard Topic discussion form template to prepare and bring with them on exam day.
Daniel Egan, centre manager at our London West – Hammersmith location, gives an inside view of what to expect on a visit to a Trinity SELT centre.
There is currently availability across Trinity SELT test points 7 days a week depending on location, tests can be booked here at SELT Bookings
Please email the UKVI: CIH@homeoffice.gov.uk
Because of the ongoing risks around Coronavirus (Covid-19), we will be making some changes to the way we deliver SELT tests.
To increase safety, we are restricting the flow of people at our test points and we have:
To prevent the potential spread of the virus we have:
We have also introduced some new procedures:
All practices and procedures are subject to change and we will be constantly monitoring the situation in line with official guidance and best practice.
Thank you once again for your patience and understanding.