Dear I am not doubting your knowledge but could you paste some links or any reference about it if you have..?
because as far as I have got information Its TEF only
again I am telling you dear that I am not doubting you but just for my reference
Skilled Workers and Professionals - Selection Factor: Language
You must provide proof of language proficiency by taking a language test from an agency designated by CIC. With your test results, you will be able to see exactly how many points you will receive for the language selection factor.
•Make arrangements for testing by a CIC-designated agency. You will have to pay the costs.
•Include the results of your test with your immigration application.
Note: If you do not include your test results with your application, it will not be processed and will be returned to you.
Do not request that your language test result be sent directly to the Centralized Intake Office. Submit your original test result with your complete application.
What happens next
•You can use the equivalency charts to see exactly how many points you will earn based on your test results.
•The test results will be used by CIC as conclusive proof of your language proficiency.
•You can use language test results for two years from the time you took the test.
Designated language tests
You can arrange to take a language test from any of the following designated agencies.
•IELTS: International English Language Testing System
Note: IELTS has two options for the reading and writing tests: “General Training” and “Academic.” You must take the “General Training” option.
•CELPIP: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program
Note: CELPIP has two tests: "CELPIP-General (CELPIP-G)" and "CELPIP-Academic (CELPIP-A)." You must take the "CELPIP-G" test.French
•TEF: Test d'évaluation de français
Note: You must submit results from the following TEF tests as proof of your French language proficiency: