NOC for Federal Skilled Trade Program
Find your NOC:
National Occupational Classification (NOC) systems to classify jobs or occupations are grouped based on the type of:
- Job Duties
- 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
Skill Level B: Technical Jobs and Skilled Trades that usually call for a college, diploma or training such as:
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 come to 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 couldn’t find your National Occupational Classification in the above search criteria then please Click Here and follow the below instructions.
- 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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