Language Proficiency Levels
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) has 6 levels. At language schools or in university / job applications you may be asked to refer to these levels. At Blue Stamp Travel we will not request this information from you as we understand that you may not know your level. Typically, we will use exam grades from GCSE, A Level, IB or equivalents to help understand at what level you are working. However, it is useful to be able to cross reference for your own interest.
"Effective operational proficiency"
Overview of CEFR
You may find the video here, provided by Cambridge University, of interest to help explain why the CEFR exists and how it can be helpful when describing your level of ability in a language.