On November 16, 2022, we’re switching to the 2021 version of the National Occupational Classification (NOC). This means that
- the current NOC 2016 skill type and skill level structure (NOC 0, A, B, C and D) will be replaced with a 6-category system representing the training, education, experience and responsibilities (TEER) needed to work in an occupation
- 4-digit occupation codes will become 5-digit codes
- we’ll update the eligibility criteria for all programs that use the NOC
New TEER categories
Programs that used the NOC skill type or levels will now use TEER categories.
- Most jobs will stay in the TEER category that is equal to the skill level in the table below.
- Some jobs may change to a different TEER category.
- Skill level B jobs may become TEER 2 or TEER 3 jobs.
You can view the full list of occupation classifications under NOC 2021 on the ESDC site. Choose “NOC 2021” from the drop-down menu to search for your occupation.
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