Manitoba Skilled Worker Immigration Stream

Manitoba Skilled Worker Immigration Stream

The Skilled Worker categories operate through an 'Expression of Interest' system, whereby eligible candidates complete a series of questions online and receive a score based on the answers they provide.

The highest-scoring candidates may be invited to submit an application to the MPNP. There are no limits on the number of candidates who can submit an Expression of Interest and no deadline.

There are two pathways to Manitoba as a skilled worker, both of which operate under the MPNP Expression of Interest System:

It is important to note that the eligibility criteria for the two categories remain in effect as of today. This page will be updated once renewed criteria for the two categories come into effect in 2018.

Skilled Worker in Manitoba Category

Under the Skilled Worker in Manitoba category, applications are accepted from qualified temporary foreign workers and international student graduates who are currently working in Manitoba and have been offered a permanent job with their Manitoba employer. Unlike the other connections to Manitoba in the MPNP, Skilled Workers in Manitoba are not subject to a points-based assessment to determine their eligibility. Candidates must meet the minimum requirements listed below to be entered into the Expression of Interest pool where they will be ranked according to a number of factors.

Minimum Requirements for Applicants

In order to be eligible under the Skilled Workers in Manitoba category of the MPNP, candidates must:

  • Be either a qualified temporary foreign worker OR an international student graduate;
    • International student graduates must have attended an authorized education or training program at a public, or registered private vocational, post-secondary institution in Manitoba. (Language programs are specifically excluded.)
    • The academic/vocational program must have been full-time and at least one academic year in length.
    • The candidate must have successfully completed the program and have been awarded a diploma, degree, or certificate.
  • Have a permanent, full-time job offer from their current Manitoba employer;
  • Have worked for their current Manitoba employer continuously for at least six months;
    • Any periods of self-employment, unauthorized work, or periods of employment during which candidates were engaged in full-time study (e.g. work experience gained on a co-op permit) will not be included when calculating the period of qualifying work experience in Manitoba.
  • Hold a valid Work Permit or Post-Graduation Work Permit from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC);
  • Have all qualifications for the position including training/education and any required licence or certification;
  • Have job-ready English; specifically, candidates must demonstrate the English or French proficiency to fulfill the duties of their job description;
  • Have a connection to Manitoba through employment that is stronger than ties they may have to another province;
  • Demonstrate in a Settlement Plan intention and ability to live, work and establish their work and family life in Manitoba as a permanent resident; and
  • Demonstrate they have sufficient settlement funds — generally $10,000 CAD for the principal applicant, plus $2,000 CAD for each dependent included in the application.

NOTE: A candidate who has graduated from a post-secondary program in a Canadian province other than Manitoba and who wants to apply to the MPNP under this category because he or she has been offered a job in Manitoba must first have been working for that Manitoba employer for at least one year in order to be eligible.

Minimum Requirements for Employers

Additionally, employers making job offers must:

  • Be incorporated or registered by or under an act of the legislature of a province or the Parliament of Canada;
  • Be operating as a business that has an established production capability, plant or place of business in Manitoba;
  • Demonstrate to the satisfaction of the MPNP that they are an established business with an ability to offer the candidate full-time and long-term employment in Manitoba;
  • Provide an offer of employment letter to the candidate that:
    • is signed,
    • is on company letterhead,
    • specifies salary/wage and any other details of the position.

 

The Process

Manitoba’s Expression of Interest (EOI) system involves a three-step process.

  • In step one, potential candidates make an expression of interest in immigrating to Manitoba by answering a series of questions and creating an online profile. The profiles of eligible candidates are assigned a score based on the answers provided and placed in the Manitoba EOI pool with other eligible candidates. Candidates are ranked according to the unique MPNP Ranking Points system and given a score out of a maximum of 1,000.
  • In step two, the highest scoring candidates may be invited to apply to the MPNP. When a candidate is drawn from the EOI pool, he or she receives a Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA). After receiving a LAA, candidates will have only 60 days to submit a complete and accurate application to the province of Manitoba.
  • In step three, after obtaining a nomination from the province of Manitoba, a candidate then submits his or her complete paperwork to IRCC and applies for Canadian permanent residence.

 

When Not to Apply

Candidates will not be considered under the Skilled Worker in Manitoba category if they are:

  • Self-employed individuals, business owners, owner-operators, or individuals providing services as independent contractors to the business supporting their application;
  • Exempt from requiring a work permit to work in Manitoba (e.g. Ministers of Religion);
  • Submitting an application based on an employment offer that is part of a work-study program.
  • Refugee claimants, or individuals involved in a federal appeal or removal process;
  • Live-in Caregivers currently living in Canada;
  • Temporary Foreign Workers currently working and residing in a province other than Manitoba;
  • Spouses of Canadian Citizens or permanent residents;
  • Individuals who have been refused by the MPNP within the last six months and who are not able to address the reason(s) for refusal; and
  • Individuals who have an active immigration application with any other provincial immigration program in Canada.

 

Past Draws

Skilled Worker in Manitoba draws that have taken place so far
Date when Letters of Advice To Apply Were IssuedNumber of Letters IssuedMinimum Points Required
54th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 5, 2018213375
53rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 8, 2018300602
52nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 12, 2018318500
51st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 28, 2018201679
50th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 14, 2018200721
49th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 17, 2018410500
47th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 6,2018104564
46th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 22,2018213522
45th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 31,2018187485
44th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 11,2018267500
43rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawApril 13,2018316534
42nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 14,2018184545
41st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 26,2018283489
40th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 31,2018191524
39th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 11,2018119520
38th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 29,2017133545
37th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 13,2017209375
36th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 23,2017250567
35th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 31,2017351577
34th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 26,2017300602
33rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 15,2017401585
32nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 11,2017458612
31st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 16,2017180705
30th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 30,2017258735
29th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 30,2017201657
28th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 16,2017250684
27th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 27,2017200719
26th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 27,2017150734
25th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 30,2016181702
24th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw December 21,20160N/A
23rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 29,2016150713
22nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 28,2016150654
21st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 29,2016258435
20th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 24,2016176592
19th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 29,2016155593
18th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 29,2016173593
17th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 8,2016200665
16th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 16,2016150722
15th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawApril 6,2016299467
14th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 9,2016175657
13th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 10,2016175673
12th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 13,2016150692
11th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 17,2015126694
10th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 27,2015125698
9th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 3,2015100449
8th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 13,2015100506
7th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 25,2015100545
6th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 9,2015125550
5th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 13,2015174575
4th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 17,2015111670
3rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 25,2015100673
2nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 5,2015126675
1st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 20,201576700

 

 

Skilled Worker Overseas Category

The Manitoba Skilled Workers Overseas category is for qualified skilled workers who may be outside of Canada but who can demonstrate a strong connection to the province. This program uses a points-based system to assess candidates according to factors such as age, language proficiency, work experience, education and adaptability.

Minimum Requirements

To be eligible under this category, candidates must:

  • Obtain a minimum score of 60 out of 100 points on the points assessment grid; and
  • Demonstrate an established connection to Manitoba through the support of friends or family, previous work experience or education in the province, or an Invitation to Apply issued by the MPNP,

Each form of connection to the province has specific requirements.

Manitoba Support

In order to be a Manitoba Supporter, an individual must be:

  • Able to provide documents proving that he or she has been living in Manitoba continuously for a minimum of one year;
  • A Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • Able to demonstrate sufficiently close ties to the applicant and the province;
    • For close relatives, both the applicant and the supporter must provide documents proving their familial relationship.
    • Close relatives are considered to be those related to the applicant (or the applicant’s spouse) in one of the following ways:
      • Sister or brother,
      • Niece or nephew,
      • Aunt or uncle,
      • First cousin,
      • Mother or father,
      • Grandmother or grandfather.
  • Able to demonstrate that any applications they previously supported resulted in successful, permanent economic establishment in Manitoba;
  • Able to support the applicant’s Settlement Plan.

Paid immigration representatives and Canadian elected officials and their staff cannot be Manitoba Supporters. Children living in Manitoba cannot support their parents; instead, it is recommended they refer to Parent and Grandparents Sponsorship.

Manitoba Experience

In order to apply with the connection of Manitoba Experience, candidates must have lived in the province in the past as either a temporary foreign worker or as an international student.

To be eligible, those with previous work experience in Manitoba must:

  • Have worked full-time for a Manitoba employer for a minimum of six consecutive months;
  • Submit a signed employer letter of reference on company letterhead; and
  • Submit a copy of their work permit proving they worked in the province.

Those with previous educational experience in Manitoba must:

  • Have attended and completed an authorized education or training program at a public, or registered private vocational, post-secondary institution in Manitoba; and
  • Submit their study permit(s), academic transcripts and certificate, diploma or degree they received upon completion of the program.

 

Manitoba Invitation

Invitations to apply for permanent residence are issued regularly by the MPNP to qualified candidates identified as part of one of its Strategic Recruitment initiatives. Invitations to Apply are issued at the discretion of the MPNP, therefore applicants may not choose to use this connection to Manitoba on their own.

Candidates are required to submit the Letter of Invitation they received from the MPNP following their interview during a recruitment mission or exploratory visit. The MPNP conducts overseas recruitment missions regularly, often in partnership with Manitoba employers, during which they search for prospective immigrants.

During set periods, the MPNP accepts requests to make an exploratory visit to Manitoba. This visit enables potential MPNP applicants to research communities and employment opportunities in order to decide whether they have the genuine intention and ability to settle in Manitoba as permanent residents. Exploratory visits must be approved by and arranged through the MPNP only by invitation.The MPNP provides instructions on what to do during the visit and what documents candidates are required to bring with them.

In order to be eligible for an exploratory visit candidates must:

  • Be between the ages of 21 and 45;
  • Be able to demonstrate the employability and adaptability required of all MPNP applicants;
  • Have completed, at minimum, a one-year, post-secondary education or training program for which they received a diploma, degree or certificate;
  • Have at least two years of full-time work experience in the past five years;
  • Demonstrate their ability to find a job in Manitoba in the same occupation in which they have two years of experience;
    • This includes plans to achieve the appropriate licence or certification required in the case of regulated occupations.
  • Submit a Settlement Plan that demonstrates their genuine intention and ability to economically establish and settle in Manitoba as a permanent resident; and
  • Submit official results of an approved language test taken within the past two years showing they achieved scores equivalent to at least CLB 6 in each component as well as overall.
Points Assessment

In addition to the above requirement of demonstrating a connection to Manitoba, candidates must score at least 60 out of 100 points on the points assessment grid. Points are assessed based on five factors: language proficiency, age, work experience, education and adaptability.

Factor 1: Language ProficiencyPoints
First language (English or French)
CLB 8 or higher / native speaker20
CLB 718
CLB 616
CLB 514
CLB 4 *12
CLB 3 or lower0
Second language (English or French)
CLB 5 or higher5
Factor 2: Age
184
196
208
21 to 4510
468
476
484
492
50 or older0
Factor 3: Work Experience (in the past five years)
Less than one year0
One year8
Two years10
Three years12
Four years or more15
Factor 4: Education
Master's or Doctorate25
Two post-secondary programs of at least two years each23
One post-secondary program of two years or longer20
One one year post-secondary program14
Trade certification14
No post-secondary education0
Factor 5: Adaptability **
Close relative in Manitoba20
Invitation to Apply received from MPNP as part of recruitment mission or exploratory visit20
Previous work experience in Manitoba (at least six months)12
Completed post-secondary program of two years or more in Manitoba12
Completed post-secondary program of at least one year in Manitoba10
Friend or distant relative living in Manitoba10
Bonus: Intention to reside outside Winnipeg5
Total100

* Candidates with a job offer of National Occupation Classification (NOC) C or D are required to demonstrate a language level of at least Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 in English, or niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) 4 in French, in order to be eligible to apply.

** A connection to Manitoba is required of all applicants, regardless of their points score in other factors. Points may only be awarded for one type of connection.

 

Past Draws

Skilled Worker Overseas draws that have taken place so far
Date when Letters of Advice To Apply Were IssuedNumber of Letters IssuedMinimum Points Required
54th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 5, 201862711
54th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)December 5, 2018255596
53rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 8, 201869705
53rd MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)November 8, 2018100610
52nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 12, 201836617
51st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 28, 201831713
51st MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)September 28, 2018160592
50th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 14, 201882709
50th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)September 14, 2018150604
49th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 17, 2018105642
47th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)July 6, 2018217572
47th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 6, 201832639
46th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)June 21, 2018150579
46th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 21, 2018115703
45th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 31, 201853698
45th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)May 31, 2018262584
44th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)May 11, 2018109602
44th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 11, 201899706
43rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawApril 13, 201884703
42nd MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)March 13, 2018144590
42nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 13, 201857703
41st MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)February 26, 2018154599
41st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 26, 201844695
40th MPNP Expression of Interest Draw (with a connection to the province)January 31, 2018143605
40th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 31, 201864647
39th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 11, 201817815
38th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 29, 201745771
37th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 13, 201745675
36th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 23, 201722664
35th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 31, 201744730
34th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 26, 201749721
33rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 15, 201742719
32nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 11, 201736712
31st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 16, 201724689
30th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 30, 2017143706
29th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 30, 201724698
28th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 16, 201763703
27th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 27, 2017124575
26th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 27, 201739707
25th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 30, 201620787
24th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 21, 2016115605
23rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 29, 201629716
22nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 28, 201627712
21st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 29, 201640620
20th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 24, 2016538543
19th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 29, 2016454545
18th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 29, 2016378547
17th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 8, 2016411550
16th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 16, 2016206569
15th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawApril 6, 2016472543
14th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMarch 9, 2016452545
13th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawFebruary 10, 2016449547
12th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJanuary 13, 2016390548
11th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawDecember 17, 2015598549
10th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 27, 2015477553
9th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawNovember 3, 2015356556
8th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawOctober 13, 2015272558
7th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 25, 2015242560
6th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawSeptember 9, 2015361562
5th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawAugust 13, 2015292570
4th MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJuly 17, 2015105578
3rd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 25, 2015152581
2nd MPNP Expression of Interest DrawJune 5, 2015202588
1st MPNP Expression of Interest DrawMay 20, 201575607
 

Expression of Interest

By completing an Expression of Interest, eligible candidates are automatically ranked according to a score based on six criteria. The highest-scoring candidates in the pool will be invited on a regular basis to provide a full application to the MPNP. The criteria are as follows: language proficiency, age, work experience, education, adaptability, and risk assessment.

Factor 1: Language ProficiencyPoints
First language (English or French)Up to 125
CLB 8 or higher / native speaker25 per band
CLB 722 per band
CLB 620 per band
CLB 517 per band
CLB 412 per band
CLB 3 or lower0
Second language (English or French)
CLB 5 or higher25 overall
Factor 2: AgeUp to 75
1820
1930
2040
21 to 4575
4640
4730
4820
4910
50 or older0
Factor 3: Work Experience (in the past five years)Up to 175
Less than one year0
One year40
Two years50
Three years60
Four years or more75
Bonus: Fully recognized by provincial licensing body100
Factor 4: EducationUp to 125
Master's or Doctorate125
Two post-secondary programs of at least two years each115
One post-secondary program of three years or more110
One post-secondary program of two years or longer100
One one year post-secondary program70
Trade certification70
No post-secondary education0
Factor 5: AdaptabilityUp to 500
Close relative in Manitoba200
Previous work experience in Manitoba (6 months or more)100
Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (2 years or more)100
Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (one year)50
Close friend or distant relative in Manitoba50
Ongoing employment in Manitoba for 6 months or more with long-term job offer from the same employer500
Invitation to Apply under a Strategic Initiative500
Immigration destination in Manitoba is outside Winnipeg50
Factor 6: Risk AssessmentUp to minus 200
Close relative in another province and no close relative in Manitoba0
Work experience in another Canadian provinceMinus 100
Studies in another provinceMinus 100
Previous immigration application to another province0

Candidates should take note that factor 6 (Risk Assessment) is applied negatively. Candidates may be deducted points for any one of the four reasons listed.

 

Manitoba In-Demand Occupations List

Business, finance, and administration occupations
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0111Financial managers*07
0112Human resources managers05
0114Other administrative services managers05
0121Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers05
0122Banking, credit and other investment managers05
0124Advertising, marketing and public relations managers05
1111Financial auditors and accountantsA7
1112Financial and investment analystsA5
1114Other financial officersA5
1121Human resources professionalsA5
1122Professional occupations in business management consultingA5
1123Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relationsA5
1212Supervisors, finance and insurance office workersB5
1215Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupationsB5
1221Administrative officersB5
1223Human resources and recruitment officersB5
1224Property administratorsB5
1241Administrative assistantsB5
1242Legal administrative assistantsB5
1251Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupationsB5
1311Accounting technicians and bookkeepersB5

 

Natural and applied sciences and related occupations
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0211Engineering managers05
0212Architecture and science managers05
0213Computer and information systems managers05
2121Biologists and related scientistsA5
2123Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists *A7
2131Civil engineers *A7
2132Mechanical engineers *A7
2133Electrical and electronics engineers *A7
2141Industrial and manufacturing engineers *A7
2147Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers) *A7
2151Architects *A7
2154Land surveyors *A7
2161Mathematicians, statisticians and actuariesA5
2171Information systems analysts and consultantsA5
2172Database analysts and data administratorsA5
2173Software engineers and designers *A7
2174Computer programmers and interactive media developersA5
2175Web designers and developersA5
2211Chemical technologists and techniciansB5
2212Geological and mineral technologists and technicians *B7
2221Biological technologists and technicians *B7
2222Agricultural and fish products inspectorsB5
2231Civil engineering technologists and technicians *B7
2232Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians *B7
2233Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians *B7
2234Construction estimatorsB5
2241Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians *B7
2242Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) *B7
2244Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors *B7
2253Drafting technologists and technicians *B7
2271Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructorsB5
2281Computer network technicians *B7
2282User support techniciansB5

 

Health Occupations
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0311Managers in Health CareA7
3131Pharmacists *A7
3132Dietitians and nutritionists *A7
3141Audiologists and speech-language pathologists *A7
3142Physiotherapists *A7
3143Occupational therapists *A7
3211Medical laboratory technologists *B7
3212Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists’ assistantsB5
3213Animal health technologists and veterinary techniciansB5
3214Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists *B7
3215Medical radiation technologistsB5
3219Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)B5
3222Dental hygienists and dental therapists *B7
3236Massage therapistsB5

 

Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0423Managers in social, community and correctional services05
4112Lawyers and Quebec notaries *A7
4151Psychologists *A7
4152Social workers *A7
4153Family, marriage and other related counsellorsA5
4161Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officersA5
4163Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultantsA5
4164Social policy researchers, consultants and program officersA5
4165Health policy researchers, consultants and program officersA5
4166Education policy researchers, consultants and program officersA5
4167Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officersA5
4168Program officers unique to governmentA5
4211Paralegal and related occupationsB5
4212Social and community service workersB5
4214Early childhood educators and assistants *B7
4215Instructors of persons with disabilitiesB5

 

Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0513Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors05
5131Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupationsA5
5225Audio and video recording techniciansB5
5241Graphic designers and illustratorsB5
5242Interior designers and interior decoratorsB5
5243Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designersB5
5254Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitnessB5

 

Sales and service occupations
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0601Corporate sales managers05
0621Retail and wholesale trade managers05
0651Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.05
6221Technical sales specialists – wholesale tradeB5
6222Retail and wholesale buyersB5
6232Real estate agents and salespersonsB5
6235Financial sales representativesB5
6311Food service supervisorsB5
6322CooksB5
6332BakersB5

 

Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0711Construction managers05
0712Home building and renovation managers05
0714Facility operation and maintenance managers05
0731Managers in transportation05
7231Machinists and machining and tooling inspectorsB5
7232Tool and die makersB5
7233Sheet metal workersB5
7237Welders and related machine operatorsB5
7241Electricians (except industrial and power system) **B6
7242Industrial electricians **B6
7244Electrical power line and cable workersB5
7245Telecommunications line and cable workers *B7
7246Telecommunications installation and repair workers *B7
7251PlumbersB5
7271CarpentersB5
7282Concrete finishersB5
7284Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathersB5
7294Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)B5
7295Floor covering installersB5
7311Construction millwrights and industrial mechanicsB5
7312Heavy-duty equipment mechanicsB5
7313Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics **B6
7315Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectorsB5
7316Machine fittersB5
7321Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairersB5
7322Motor vehicle body repairersB5
7361Railway and yard locomotive engineersB5
7362Railway conductors and brakemen/womenB5
7371Crane operators **B6

 

Occupations unique to primary industry
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0821Managers in agriculture05

 

Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities
NOCOccupation TitleSkill LevelMinimum CLB
0911Manufacturing managers05
0912Utilities managers05
9241Power engineers and power systems operatorsB5

* Regulated Occupation
** Compulsory Trade