Starting November 2022, 16 new Occupations will become eligible for Express Entry and three will become ineligible.
This memorandum will replace the current skill level-based classification to a new Training, Education, Experience, and Responsibilities (TEER) classification.
The TEER levels 0 to 5 do not directly correspond to the existing Skill Type 0 and Skill Level A to D.
The following is a rough equivalent:
|NOC 2016||NOC 2021|
|Skill Type 0||TEER 0|
|Skill Level A||TEER 1|
|Skill Level B||TEER 2|
|Skill Level C||TEER 4|
|Skill Level D||TEER5|
The following occupations will be added:
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Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
Nurse aides, orderlies, and patient service associates
Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants
Sheriffs and bailiffs
Correctional service officers
By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers
Aestheticians, electrologists, and related occupations
Residential and commercial installers and servicers
Pest controllers and fumigators
Other repairers and servicers
Transport truck drivers
Bus drivers, subway operators, and other transit operators
Heavy equipment operators
Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors
Under the NOC 2021, the following three Express Entry jobs will become ineligible:
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport, and fitness
Tailors, dressmakers, furriers, and milliners
The TEER system is replacing the skill type model for two key reasons, according to Statistics Canada. To begin with, the TEER system tries to clarify the amount of education and work experience necessary to operate in a certain profession. Second, the skill type model artificially divides jobs into low- and high-skilled categories. The goal of implementing TEER is to provide stakeholders a better understanding of the skills needed for each occupation.