Federal Skills Trades
All Economic Class programs are designed to bring immigrants to Canada who can establish themselves economically within the country.
he Federal Skilled Trade Class is an element of the Economic Class and this is often managed by the Express Entry program. Approximate processing times are currently 6 months once an Invitation to Apply (ITA) is received.
Federal Skilled Trades Class requirements:
Have offers of employment from up to 2 employers in Canada of a minimum of one-year duration (accompanied by an LMIA) OR a Certificate of Qualification from a provincial or territorial body
Meets the minimum language score of CLB 5 for speaking and listening, CLB 4 for reading and writing.
Have obtained 24 months of qualified work experience within the skilled trade the last five years
Be qualified to satisfy the wants of the duty offer(s) or exchange Canada, as defined by the NOC.
These NOC B level occupations are going to be eligible for this program:
This amounts to a complete of 90 eligible occupations. These eligible occupations are the subsequent general categories:
- Industrial, electrical, and construction trades
- Maintenance and equipment operation trades
- Supervisors and technical occupations in national resources, agriculture, and related production
- Processing, manufacturing, and utility supervisors and central control operators
- Chefs and cooks
- Butchers and bakers
Certification or Offer of Employment
Trade certification in Canada falls under provincial jurisdiction. Each province outlines which professions are going to be regulated and establish regulatory bodies where applicable. Provincial certification is commonly difficult to get from outside Canada and accordingly this program is most beneficial to tradespeople who obtain an approved offer of employment from a recognized employer, or who are already working in Canada as temporary foreign workers. Not all trades are regulated altogether by the provinces. Where a trade isn't regulated, a proposal of employment becomes mandatory.
Tradespeople who obtain an approved offer of employment for one year or more in their trade from a Canadian employer is eligible to use. The offer of employment is going to be evaluated to confirm that it's an eligible trade which the hiring will have a neutral effect on the Canadian Labour Market.