Express Entry – NOC for Canadian Experience Class

NOC for Canadian Experience Class
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National Occupational Classification (NOC) systems to classify jobs or occupations are grouped based on the type of: Job Duties and Work a person does.

For immigration purposes, the main job groups are Skill Type 0 (Zero), Skill Level A, Skill Level B, Skill Level C, and Skill Level D.

Skill Type 0 (Zero): Management Jobs

  • Restaurant Managers
  • Shore Captains of Fishing
  • Mine Managers

Skill Level A: The professional jobs that usually call for a degree from a University

  • Doctors
  • Dentists
  • Architects

Skill Level B: Technical Jobs and Skilled Trades that usually call for a college, diploma or training such as:

  • Chefs
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians

Skill Level C: Intermediate Jobs that usually call for the High school or Specific Job training

  • Industrial Butchers
  • Food and Beverages Servers
  • Long haul truck Drivers

Skill Level D: Labour Jobs that usually gives on the job training such as

  • Fruit Pickers
  • Oil field Workers
  • Cleaning Staff

The immigration programs use the NOC to decide if a job or a type of work experience meets their eligibility, we consider Skilled jobs those with NOC Skill Level 0, A or B. we access jobs again the 2016 version of the NOC. If you want to visit Canada as a skilled immigrant (Express Entry) then your job and the work you have done in the past must be listed in skill level or type 0, Level A or B to use Express Entry.

If you want to apply as a Skilled Worker then find your job title, code, and skill level or type in the NOC

If you want to come to Canada as a Skilled Immigrant (Express Entry) then you’re Job and the work you have done in the past must be skill type 0, or level A or B to use Express Entry. The express entry manages applications for Permanent Residence (PR) if you want to be considered as the following:

If you want to come to Canada as a Skilled Immigrant (Atlantic Immigration Pilot) then your work experience must be skill type or level 0, A, B, C. If your job is skill level C or D then:

  • You may be able to come to Canada as a Provincial Nominee for all skills levels or types
  • You may be able to come to Canada through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot for Skill or level 0, A, B, C
  • You may be able to work here for up to 2 years

People who come to Canada to work on a temporary basis are not permanent residents. However, some people go on to immigrate here on a permanent basis.

If you couldn’t find your National Occupational Classification in the above search criteria then please Click Here

  • Please go to the search page of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) website
  • Please search for your Job Title
  • Please find the closest match in the list
  • Please make sure that the main duties listed match what you did at your job and if you don’t find then you will need to find a different job title with duties that match yours ( for example 5632 Pump mechanic)
  • Please enter the number in the filter items field of the above table and note that the skill level or skill type in the last column

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