The Canada Express Entry Program is a point based Immigration system for professionals looking to settle in Canada. It awards points to professionals based on skills, experience, and Canadian employment status and provincial/territorial nomination. The higher your points, the greater your chances of receiving an invitation to Apply (ITA) for Permanent Residency in Canada. PR applications submitted through Express Entry are processed in 6-12 months or less.
- This is an online program which has no cap on applicants and is open throughout the year
- The program applies only to Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Traders Program, and Canadian Experience Class Immigration Program
- You must submit an Expression of Interest(EOI) and apply as an applicant under any type of job mentioned in Skill Types 0, A and B
- Your profile will be evaluated based on the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System)points and will be placed in the Express Entry pool.
- Canadian provinces and employers will access this EE pool and find talent to meet their needs
- The highest CRSpointholders will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for PR.
- The number of ITAs issued is based on the Annual Immigration Level
EXPRESS ENTRY ELIGIBILITY
The eligibility requirement for the Express Entry is 67 points out of 100. You will need to score at least 67 points under various eligibility criteria to apply for your PR visa. The Express Entry eligibility points calculator is based on the following criteria:
- Age: You can score the maximum points if you are between 18-35 years. Those above this age will gain lesser points.
- Education: Your minimum educational qualification must be equal to the higher secondary education level in Canada. A higher level of educational qualification means more points.
- Work experience: To score the minimum points you should have at least one year of work experience. If you have more years of work experience you will gain more points.
- Language ability: You must have at least 6 bands in your IELTS equivalent to CLB 7 to be eligible to apply and score the minimum points. Higher scores mean more points.
- Adaptability:You can score ten points on the adaptability factor if your family members or close relatives are living in Canada and will be able to support you when you move in there. You can also gain points if your spouse or legal partner is ready to migrate with you to Canada.
- Arranged employment: A valid job offer from a Canadian employer entitles you for ten points.
You need to have a minimum of 67 points out of 100 to be eligible to apply under the Express Entry program.
These are the criteria and the maximum points you can score under each of them:
EXPRESS ENTRY – PNP
CANADA PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM (PNP) DETAILS
The Canada Provincial Nominee Program was created to attract skilled international talent to Canada provinces facing a talent shortage. Thousands of successful applicants have relocated and permanently settled in Canada through the PNP program.
Each of Canada’s thirteen provinces and territories operates its own PNP program with several streams. Altogether, there are more than 80 different provincial nominee programs!
Express Entry Provincial Nominee Programs:
In 2015, Canada introduced Express Entry program as a system to manage applications for permanent residence through same major economic immigration programs. Since then, many Canadian provinces and territories have developed ‘enhanced’ PNP streams that are aligned with Express Entry. This means that some PNPs require that an applicant have an Express Entry profile in order to meet the PNP eligibility requirements.
If an applicant is nominated through a PNP which is aligned with Express Entry, the applicant can then claim 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points, virtually guaranteeing they will receive an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residence in the next Express Entry draw. Alternately, if an applicant receives a nomination through a PNP which is not aligned with Express Entry, then they must submit a paper-based federal application for permanent residence as a provincial nominee. Paper-based federal applications for permanent residence can take significantly longer to process than electronic Express Entry applications.
Some of the best Canadian provinces to apply to under this program are:
- Prince Edward Island
- Nova Scotia
If you are a skilled professional with experience in technology, finance, education, marketing or healthcare, now is the perfect time to explore your options through the PNP program.
You can apply under the PNP option to migrate to Canada if you want to live in a province, contribute to its economy and wish to become a permanent resident of Canada.
Options in the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
There are two options when filling an application through the PNP program:
- Paper based process
- Through Express Entry
The first step is to apply to the province or territory for nomination under the non-Express Entry stream. If you meet the eligibility requirements and qualify through the individual In-demand Occupation Lists of some provinces, you will get a nomination from the province if your occupation is on the list. You can then apply for a Canada PR Visa.
You will now have to submit a paper application for your PR visa. The processing time is usually longer than through the Express Entry system.
Express Entry System:
There are 2 ways to apply:
You can apply for a nomination by contacting the province or territory and apply for a nomination under the Express Entry stream.
If you get a positive response from the province or territory to nominate you, you can create an Express Entry profile or update your profile if it already exists.
The other option is to create an Express Entry profile and indicate the provinces or territories you are interested in. If the province sends a ‘notification of interest’ you can then contact them and then apply through the Express Entry system.
You must meet the eligibility requirements for a successful outcome of your application.
Steps in PNP application for PR visa:
- Apply in the province or region where you desire to settle.
- If your profile meets the eligibility criteria, you could be nominated by the province to apply for a PR visa.
- Apply for your PR visa after you are nominated by a province.
The criteria for evaluating the PR application vary from province to province.
The Canada visit visa is granted for a period of six months and are either single entry or multiple entry visas. While you cannot work on the visit visa, you are free to travel across Canada for tourism and leisure.
CANADA VISIT VISA DETAILS
The Canada Visit Visa is a straightforward visa application giving you the ability to visit Canada for a period of up to 6 months. Key points to note about this visa are:
- It can only be used for leisure or tourism purposes
- You cannot use this visa to work or to apply for work
- You can take your dependents and children along
- Typically, the visit visa is issued in 27 days after submission
The Canada Visitor Visa process requires you to meet the following criteria:
- A valid passport with an expiry date that is after six months or more.
- Documents that prove you have enough ties to your home country.
- Financial statements that prove you have enough funds to support your stay in Canada
- A letter of invitation from your relatives if you are planning to stay with them
- Medical clearance certificate if you need to undergo a medical exam before your trip
The Canada Visitor Visa process requires you to meet the following criteria:
- Applicants must prove that they possess sufficient funds to support themselves and their family for the entire period of their visit
- Applicants must not intend to seek or undertake a job
- Applicants should have no criminal record and intend to strictly comply with the laws of the country
- Applicants who might stay either with their relatives or friends should also provide invitation letters from their sponsor
- Applicants from certain countries may need a temporary resident visa
You may need to meet certain more entry requirements based on your profile
RNIP (Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot Program
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven program. It’s designed to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in one of the participating communities.
The pilot will launch in participating communities at different times.
- North Bay, ON
- Sudbury, ON
- Timmins, ON
- Sault Ste. Marie, ON
- Thunder Bay, ON
- Brandon, MB
- Altona/Rhineland, MB
- Moose Jaw, SK
- Claresholm, AB
- Vernon, BC
- West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), BC
To be eligible for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program, you must meet all IRCC eligibility requirements. You must
- have qualifying work experience or have graduated from a publicly funded post-secondary institution in the recommending community
- meet or exceed the language requirements
- meet or exceed the educational requirements
- prove you have enough money to support your transition into the community
- intend to live in the community
- meet community-specific requirements
If you meet all of the requirements, you can start to look for an eligible job in the community.
As a candidate, you must have a genuine job offer to work in 1 of the participating communities.
In addition to the requirements on this page, each community will have their own requirements and job search process. Once you have a job offer, and meet all the requirements, you can apply for a community recommendation. After that candidates can apply for Permanent Residence with all the relevant documents and complete the application process.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIPP)
The Atlantic Immigration pilot program was launched in 2017 as part of a joint initiative to stimulate economic growth in Canada’s Atlantic Provinces by attracting skilled workers. The Atlantic Provincesinclude New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
Atlantic Immigration Program Requirements:
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program facilitates immigration through connecting two parties:
Foreign nationals interested in becoming residents of Atlantic Canada
Employers designated by the government to hire foreign nationals
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has different requirements for both of these parties
Home Support Worker Pilot:
The Home Support Worker Pilot is one of two caregiver pilots launched in June, 2019. This pathway is designed for foreign nationals with work experience in NOC 4412.
This pilot is designed to bring Home Support Workers to Canada on temporary work permits, with the ability to apply for permanent residence after gaining enough work experience.
The pilot opened to applications on June 18th, 2019, and will be accepting a maximum of 2,750 primary applicants per year plus their immediate family.
What does the Pilot offer?
The new programs amend two main issues with the previous caregiver pilot programs:
- Ability for caregivers to change jobs: Caregiver programs have been criticized in the past because they bind caregivers to single families, creating an environment conducive to workplace abuse. The new pilots will enable caregivers to more easily change employers.
- Accompanying family members: In past programs, spouses/partners and children could not necessarily accompany the caregiver to Canada. Under the new programs family members will be eligible to accompany caregivers and will be eligible to apply for open work permits and/or study permits.
Interested applicants must meet the requirements listed below.
Eligible candidates will have a job offer in Canada at the time of application for a work permit.
With a work permit, caregivers will be able to gain the two years mandatory work experience in order to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
Eligible candidates will meet Canadian Language Benchmark level 5.
Applicants must have one year of Canadian post-secondary education or foreign equivalent to be eligible.
Yukon Community Pilot
The Yukon Community Pilot (YCP) is a new stream of the Yukon Nominee Program. The YCP launched in 2020 and will run for 3 years.
If you have a valid nomination for permanent residence from Yukon, you may be eligible for a 2-year location-restricted open work permit under the YCP.
To qualify for the work permit, you must:
- have 2 or 3 eligible job offers
- have a signed letter of support from the Government of Yukon
- Meet the general requirements for a work permit.
Before you apply for a work permit, you need these documents to include in your application:
- a copy of the nomination letter from the Government of Yukon confirming that you’ve been nominated for permanent residence
- a signed letter of support from the Government of Yukon stating:
- that the employers who are offering you the jobs need you to work in the community as soon as possible
- Genuinejob offers.
Yukon Community Pilot
As a caregiver, you have options to come to Canada to become a permanent resident or work temporarily.
Permanent residence for caregivers
As of June 18, 2019, you may be able to apply for permanent residence through the Home Child Care Provider Pilot or Home Support Worker Pilot if you:
- meet the eligibility requirements, and
- have a job offer to work in one of these occupations
The Home Child Care Provider Pilot and the Home Support Worker Pilot are 5-year pilot programs that let qualified caregivers and their family members come to Canada with the goal of becoming permanent residents.
If you’ve been offered a job in Canada as a caregiver or have experience working in Canada as a caregiver, you may be able to apply for permanent residence through one of these pilots.
The application process will be different depending on your situation and how much qualifying work experience you have.
- Any Graduation or 3 year Diploma in Nursing or BSc Nursing
- Experience- Minimum 2+ years of recent experience in target occupation
- Recent (2 years) general IELTS test with a minimum score of 5.5 in each band or CLB5+ equivalency in French TEF/TCF.
Be between the ages of 21 and 45
SELF EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
To qualify as a self-employed person, you must have two years of relevant experience and show that you intend to become self-employed in Canada.
You must also score at least 35 points on a selection grid designed to determine whether you will be able to make an economic contribution to Canada.
We assess you on selection criteria that include your:
- language abilities
Selection Relevant experience
Your experience is relevant if you have:
- taken part in cultural activities or athletics at a world-class level or
- been a self-employed person in cultural activities or athletics
Relevant experience for a self-employed person means at least two years of experience.
BUSINESS IMMIGRATION PROGRAM
Permanent Residence under the Business Immigration Program
Canada welcomes successful business people who are seeking new opportunities and challenges. The Business Immigration Program is designed to encourage and facilitate the admission of these individuals. Both the federal and provincial/territorial governments welcome business immigrants and offer services to help immigrants start a business and settle in Canada.
If the investment comes from a designated Canadian venture capital fund, you must secure a minimum investment of $200,000.
If the investment comes from a designated Canadian angel investor group, you must secure a minimum investment of $75,000.
You don’t need to secure a financial investment from a business incubator. You must be accepted into a Canadian business incubator program.
To qualify for the Start-up Visa Program, you must meet all 4 eligibility requirements, as well as the admissibility requirements to enter Canada.
Eligibility requirements for the Start-up Visa Program
- have a qualifying business
- have a letter of support from a designated organization
- meet the language requirements, and
- have enough money to settle and live in Canada before you make money from your business
– IELTS is overall 5 score minimum required.
– Only some experience in Business.
– WES also required
Student Visa/Study permit
We can help to guide you through the Student Visa process. From getting your study permit to permanent residency, we’ll be there every step of the way. With our help, you can transfer a Canadian education into Canadian permanent residence.
You can study in Canada if you:
- are enrolled at a designated learning institution
- prove you have enough money to pay for your:
- tuition fees
- living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada and
- return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada
- obey the law, have no criminal record and get a police certificate (if required)
- are in good health and get a medical exam (if required)
- prove to an officer that you will leave Canada when your study permit expires
The Canadian Nursing Review Programs at OMNI College were created and carefully set up with specific components to provide Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN’s) with the training and education they need to practice professionally as nurses in Canada.
Canada RN Preparatory Program
- 1 year Program- Health Professionals – BSc. Nursing & GNM Nurses
- Pathway for the registration of RN & LPN
- 98% – passing Rate
- IELTS – Academic – compulsory
- Part Time Job Facility
- Duration – 12 months – 18 months
- Complete the application through online and the candidate will receive a direct call from Omni College.
- Must be registered as an RN in country of origin
- Minimum CELBAN score of 6, or Academic IELTS score 5.5, or above
- Pass an interview with OMNI Admissions
- Must have a minimum of 1125 hours of nursing experience within the last 4 years.
Below you will find OMNI College’s Nursing Review Programs, what they are made of and the order of each component:
Canadian Nursing Review – Advanced 12 Month Program:
- Canadian Nursing Review
- Workplace Prep & Nurse Licensing Exam Prep
- Co-Op Work Experience
- Leadership in Nursing
Canadian Nursing Review – 18 Month Program:
- Medical Terminology & Communication
- CELBAN Test Preparation
- Canadian Nursing Review
- Workplace Prep & Nurse Licensing Exam Prep
- Co-Op Work Experience
- Leadership in Nursing
Canada Skilled Occupation List
- 0011 Legislators
- 0012 Senior government managers and officials
- 0013 Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
- 0014 Senior managers – health, education, social and community services and membership organizations
- 0015 Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.
- 0016 Senior managers – construction, transportation, production and utilities
- 0111 Financial managers
- 0112 Human resources managers
- 0113 Purchasing managers
- 0114 Other administrative services managers
- 0121 Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
- 0122 Banking, credit and other investment managers
- 0124 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
- 0125 Other business services managers
- 0131 Telecommunication carriers managers
- 0132 Postal and courier services managers
- 0211 Engineering managers
- 0212 Architecture and science managers
- 0213 Computer and information systems managers
- 0311 Managers in health care
- 0411 Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration
- 0412 Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration
- 0413 Government managers – education policy development and program administration
- 0414 Other managers in public administration
- 0421 Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training
- 0422 School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
- 0423 Managers in social, community and correctional services
- 0431 Commissioned police officers
- 0432 Fire chiefs and senior fire fighting officers
- 0433 Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces
- 0511 Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
- 0512 Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
- 0513 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors
- 0601 Corporate sales managers
- 0621 Retail and wholesale trade managers
- 0631 Restaurant and food service managers
- 0632 Accommodation service managers
- 0651 Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.
- 0711 Construction managers
- 0712 Home building and renovation managers
- 0714 Facility operation and maintenance managers
- 0731 Managers in transportation
- 0811 Managers in natural resources production and fishing
- 0821 Managers in agriculture
- 0822 Managers in horticulture
- 0823 Managers in aquaculture
- 0911 Manufacturing managers
- 0912 Utilities managers
- 1111 Financial auditors and accountants
- 1112 Financial and investment analysts
- 1113 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
- 1114 Other financial officers
- 1121 Human resources professionals
- 1122 Professional occupations in business management consulting
- 1123 Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
- 1211 Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers
- 1212 Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
- 1213 Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers
- 1214 Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations
- 1215 Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations
- 1221 Administrative officers
- 1222 Executive assistants
- 1223 Human resources and recruitment officers
- 1224 Property administrators
- 1225 Purchasing agents and officers
- 1226 Conference and event planners
- 1227 Court officers and justices of the peace
- 1228 Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers
- 1241 Administrative assistants
- 1242 Legal administrative assistants
- 1243 Medical administrative assistants
- 1251 Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
- 1252 Health information management occupations
- 1253 Records management technicians
- 1254 Statistical officers and related research support occupations
- 1311 Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
- 1312 Insurance adjusters and claims examiners
- 1313 Insurance underwriters
- 1314 Assessors, valuators and appraisers
- 1315 Customs, ship and other brokers
- 2111 Physicists and astronomers
- 2112 Chemists
- 2113 Geoscientists and oceanographers
- 2114 Meteorologists and climatologists
- 2115 Other professional occupations in physical sciences
- 2121 Biologists and related scientists
- 2122 Forestry professionals
- 2123 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
- 2131 Civil engineers
- 2132 Mechanical engineers
- 2133 Electrical and electronics engineers
- 2134 Chemical engineers
- 2141 Industrial and manufacturing engineers
- 2142 Metallurgical and materials engineers
- 2143 Mining engineers
- 2144 Geological engineers
- 2145 Petroleum engineers
- 2146 Aerospace engineers
- 2147 Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
- 2148 Other professional engineers, n.e.c.
- 2151 Architects
- 2152 Landscape architects
- 2153 Urban and land use planners
- 2154 Land surveyors
- 2161 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
- 2171 Information systems analysts and consultants
- 2172 Database analysts and data administrators
- 2173 Software engineers and designers
- 2174 Computer programmers and interactive media developers
- 2175 Web designers and developers
- 2211 Chemical technologists and technicians
- 2212 Geological and mineral technologists and technicians
- 2221 Biological technologists and technicians
- 2222 Agricultural and fish products inspectors
- 2223 Forestry technologists and technicians
- 2224 Conservation and fishery officers
- 2225 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
- 2231 Civil engineering technologists and technicians
- 2232 Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
- 2233 Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
- 2234 Construction estimators
- 2241 Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
- 2242 Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
- 2243 Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
- 2244 Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors
- 2251 Architectural technologists and technicians
- 2252 Industrial designers
- 2253 Drafting technologists and technicians
- 2254 Land survey technologists and technicians
- 2255 Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology
- 2261 Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians
- 2262 Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers
- 2263 Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety
- 2264 Construction inspectors
- 2271 Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
- 2272 Air traffic controllers and related occupations
- 2273 Deck officers, water transport
- 2274 Engineer officers, water transport
- 2275 Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators
- 2281 Computer network technicians
- 2282 User support technicians
- 2283 Information systems testing technicians
- 3011 Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
- 3012 Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
- 3111 Specialist physicians
- 3112 General practitioners and family physicians
- 3113 Dentists
- 3114 Veterinarians
- 3121 Optometrists
- 3122 Chiropractors
- 3124 Allied primary health practitioners
- 3125 Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
- 3131 Pharmacists
- 3132 Dieticians and nutritionists
- 3141 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
- 3142 Physiotherapists
- 3143 Occupational therapists
- 3144 Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
- 3211 Medical laboratory technologists
- 3212 Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists’ assistants
- 3213 Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
- 3214 Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
- 3215 Medical radiation technologists
- 3216 Medical sonographers
- 3217Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c.
- 3219 Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)
- 3221 Denturists
- 3222 Dental hygienists and dental therapists
- 3223 Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistants
- 3231 Opticians
- 3232 Practitioners of natural healing
- 3233 Licensed practical nurses
- 3234 Paramedical occupations
- 3236 Massage therapists
- 3237 Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment
- 4011 University professors and lecturers
- 4012 Post-secondary teaching and research assistants
- 4021 College and other vocational instructors
- 4031 Secondary school teachers
- 4032 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
- 4033 Educational counsellors
- 4111 Judges
- 4112 Lawyers and Quebec notaries
- 4151 Psychologists
- 4152 Social workers
- 4153 Family, marriage and other related counsellors
- 4154 Professional occupations in religion
- 4155 Probation and parole officers and related occupations
- 4156 Employment counsellors
- 4161 Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- 4162 Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts
- 4163 Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants
- 4164 Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- 4165 Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- 4166 Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- 4167 Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- 4168 Program officers unique to government
- 4169 Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.
- 4211 Paralegal and related occupations
- 4212 Social and community service workers
- 4214 Early childhood educators and assistants
- 4215 Instructors of persons with disabilities
- 4216 Other instructors
- 4217 Other religious occupations
- 4311 Police officers (except commissioned)
- 4312 Firefighters
- 4313 Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces
- 5111 Librarians
- 5112 Conservators and curators
- 5113 Archivists
- 5121 Authors and writers
- 5122 Editors
- 5123 Journalists
- 5125 Translators, terminologists and interpreters
- 5131 Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations
- 5132 Conductors, composers and arrangers
- 5133 Musicians and singers
- 5134 Dancers
- 5135 Actors and comedians
- 5136 Painters, sculptors and other visual artists
- 5211 Library and public archive technicians
- 5212 Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries
- 5221 Photographers
- 5222 Film and video camera operators
- 5223 Graphic arts technicians
- 5224 Broadcast technicians
- 5225 Audio and video recording technicians
- 5226 Other technical and coordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
- 5227 Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts
- 5231 Announcers and other broadcasters
- 5232 Other performers, n.e.c.
- 5241 Graphic designers and illustrators
- 5242 Interior designers and interior decorators
- 5243 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
- 5244 Artisans and crafts persons
- 5245 Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products
- 5251 Athletes
- 5252 Coaches
- 5253 Sports officials and referees
- 5254 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
- 6211 Retail sales supervisors
- 6221 Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade
- 6222 Retail and wholesale buyers
- 6231 Insurance agents and brokers
- 6232 Real estate agents and salespersons
- 6235 Financial sales representatives
- 6311 Food service supervisors
- 6312 Executive housekeepers
- 6313 Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
- 6314 Customer and information services supervisors
- 6315 Cleaning supervisors
- 6316 Other services supervisors
- 6321 Chefs
- 6322 Cooks
- 6331 Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers – retail and wholesale
- 6332 Bakers
- 6341 Hairstylists and barbers
- 6342 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
- 6343 Shoe repairers and shoemakers
- 6344 Jewelers, jeweler and watch repairers and related occupations
- 6345 Upholsterers
- 6346 Funeral directors and embalmers
- 7201 Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations
- 7202 Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
- 7203 Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
- 7204 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
- 7205 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
- 7231 Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
- 7232 Tool and die makers
- 7233 Sheet metal workers
- 7234 Boilermakers
- 7235 Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
- 7236 Ironworkers
- 7237 Welders and related machine operators
- 7241 Electricians (except industrial and power system)
- 7242 Industrial electricians
- 7243 Power system electricians
- 7244 Electrical power line and cable workers
- 7245 Telecommunications line and cable workers
- 7246 Telecommunications installation and repair workers
- 7247 Cable television service and maintenance technicians
- 7251 Plumbers
- 7252 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
- 7253 Gas fitters
- 7271 Carpenters
- 7272 Cabinetmakers
- 7281 Bricklayers
- 7282 Concrete finishers
- 7283 Tile setters
- 7284 Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers
- 7291 Roofers and shinglers
- 7292 Glaziers
- 7293 Insulators
- 7294 Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
- 7295 Floor covering installers
- 7301 Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
- 7302 Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
- 7303 Supervisors, printing and related occupations
- 7304 Supervisors, railway transport operations