Statistics Canada, on September 21 of last month, a new version of the NOC that has a significant impact on permanent residency, the NOC.
We announced 2021 V1.0. The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is based on the Canadian government.
It is a system classified by level and code to define jobs, and skilled workers in federal and state governments.
Canada because it is used to manage immigration programs and temporary foreign worker programs (TFWP).
It plays a very important role in immigration. NOC restructuring is planned every 10 years.
It is updated every five years to reflect the changing Canadian labor market. From 2017,
We have updated the contents every year to provide the latest information. This NOC 2021 will be released as planned.
It has been carried out since 2011 when the last restructuring took place. NOC 2016 which is currently in effect.
V1.3's occupational classification criteria were classified into NOC 0, A, B, C, and D5 stages according to occupational group, but newly,
The introduced NOC 2021 V1.0 focuses on the education and experience required to work in the profession and goes to TEER 0-5.
It will be divided into 6 stages, and the existing 4-digit NOC code will be used as a 5-digit NOC code system.
It will be changed.
There are three main reasons for this change in the Canadian Statistical Office.
First, the focus of the current NOC system is on the term skill level in jobs, not technology.
There is a possibility that it could cause confusion to people, so the reorganization of NOC 2021 can reduce this confusion.
Second, the current NOC system artificially creates the Low Skill and High Skill categories for some users.
You can make it or infer it. NOC 2021 captures the difference in job requirements more accurately.
Because it helps with job analysis, you can get out of the Low Skills and High Skills categories.
Finally, looking at the group distribution of the current NOC system, the occupational group belonging to Skill Level B
If people are too crowded to change to the TEER system, the unbalanced distribution will be more...
He said it can be made in a balanced.
If you plan to obtain permanent residency in Canada in the future, the new NOC 2021 will be given by IRC and ESDC.
Once introduced, immigration and foreign worker applicants are eligible for the program applied by the NOC and
You have to make sure it matches.
For example, seeing how IRC and ESDC classify tasks currently defined as technology levels "B"
It's a major area of interest. According to Statistics Canada, this group requires various levels of education and experience.
It has grown disproportionately over time because it includes jobs that it does.
For now, a category of TEER is not only an Express Entry Management Program, but also a "high skill" at the moment.
It is not known whether it will be suitable for other federal and local programs that require NOC.
But for now, NOC 2021's TEER category is Express Entry and PNP state immigration.
How it will be applied to the program has not been announced yet, so a new update from the immigration office will be made later.
I think we'll have to wait.