How to Immigrate to Canada as a Baker
Can I migrate to Canada as a Baker?
Yes, You Can! Bakers are on the Canadian NOC List under the code of 6332 and are eligible to move to Canada. Despite many Bakers migrating to Canada over the past few years, Bakers are still in high demand across Canada from both a National and Provincial basis.
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Immigrate to Canada as a Baker
Every occupation on the Canadian NOC List is assigned a code and the code for those looking to migrate to Canada as a Baker is 6332. This is also known as the NOC Code for Bakers Immigrating to Canada.
According to the NOC Classification Schedule the code for Bakers moving to Canada states “Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors pick up and deliver letters, parcels, packages, newspapers, flyers and other items within and between establishments. They are employed by courier service companies and other establishments throughout the private and public sectors.”.
Bakers are employed under many job titles and positions. So, to qualify under the code of Baker, you can be employed or work as any of these job titles or position descriptions
- Apprentice baker – retail
- Bagel baker
- Bagel maker
- Baker – retail
- Baker apprentice
- Bakery bench hand
- Bakery supervisor
- Bakery supervisor – retail
- Biscuit baker
- Bread baker
- Bread baker – retail
- Cake and pastry decorator – retail
- Cake baker – retail
- Cake decorator
- Cake decorator – retail
- Cake icer
- Chocolate maker
- Donut baker
- Donut maker
- French pastry baker – retail
- Grocery store baker
- Hand icer – bakery
- Head baker
- Head baker – retail
- Hospital baker
- Hotel baker
- Junior baker
- Muffin baker
- Muffin maker
- Pastry decorator
- Pastry decorator – retail
- Pastry maker
- Specialty foods baker
- Specialty foods baker – retail
- Wedding cake decorator
Expected tasks, duties and responsibilities undertaken at work to Migrate to Canada as a Baker
- Prepare dough for pies bread rolls and sweet goods batters for muffins cookies and cakes and icings and frostings according to recipes or special customer orders
- Bake mixed doughs and batters
- Frost and decorate cakes or other baked goods
- Ensure quality of products meets established standards
- Draw up production schedule to determine type and quantity of goods to produce
- Purchase baking supplies
- May oversee sales and merchandising of baked goods
- May hire train and supervise baking personnel and kitchen staff.
Minimum qualifications required to migrate to Canada as a Baker
In order to migrate to Canada as a qualified Baker under NOC code 6332 you’ll need to have your credentials certified by Canada.
The exact documents and requirements needed for this process change, however they will be related to the considered educational requirements listed under the Canadian Government NOC list. For a Baker these are:
- Completion of secondary school is usually required.
- Completion of a three- or four-year apprenticeship program for bakers or completion of a college or other program for bakers or several years of commercial baking experience is usually required.
- On-the-job training may be provided.
- Trade certification is available but voluntary in Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island New Brunswick Quebec Ontario Alberta British Columbia the Yukon the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
- Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified bakers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.
Point score requirement to migrate to Canada as a Baker
|Age||With a spouse or common-law partner||Without a spouse or common-law partner|
|(Maximum 100 points)||(Maximum 110 points)|
|17 years of age or less||0||0|
|18 years of age||90||99|
|19 years of age||95||105|
|20 to 29 years of age||100||110|
|30 years of age||95||105|
|31 years of age||90||99|
|32 years of age||85||94|
|33 years of age||80||88|
|34 years of age||75||83|
|35 years of age||70||77|
|36 years of age||65||72|
|37 years of age||60||66|
|38 years of age||55||61|
|39 years of age||50||55|
|40 years of age||45||50|
|41 years of age||35||39|
|42 years of age||25||28|
|43 years of age||15||17|
|44 years of age||5||6|
|45 years of age or more||0||0|
|Migrate to Canada from Australia English Language Points|
|Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per ability||With a spouse or common-law partner||Without a spouse or common-law partner|
|(Maximum 128 points)||(Maximum 136 points)|
|Less than CLB 4||0||0|
|CLB 4 or 5||6||6|
|CLB 10 or more||32||34|
|Official languages proficiency - second official language|
|Maximum points for each ability (reading, writing, speaking and listening):|
|6 with a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 22 points)|
|6 without a spouse or common-law partner (up to a combined maximum of 24 points)|
|Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per ability||With a spouse or common-law partner||Without a spouse or common-law partner|
|(Maximum 22 points)||(Maximum 24 points)|
|CLB 4 or less||0||0|
|CLB 5 or 6||1||1|
|CLB 7 or 8||3||3|
|CLB 9 or more||6||6|
|Migrate to Canada from Australia Points for Education|
|Level of Education||With a spouse or common-law partner||Without a spouse or common-law partner|
|(Maximum 140 points)||(Maximum 150 points)|
|Less than secondary school (high school)||0||0|
|Secondary diploma (high school graduation)||28||30|
|One-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute||84||90|
|Two-year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute||91||98|
|Bachelor's degree OR a three or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute||112||120|
|Two or more certificates, diplomas, or degrees. One must be for a program of three or more years||119||128|
|Master's degree, OR professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession (For “professional degree,” the degree program must have been in: medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry, law, chiropractic medicine, or pharmacy.)||126||135|
|Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.)||140||150|
Minimum work experience required to migrate to Canada as a Baker
Generally, we’ll be looking for you to have at least 1 year (1,560 hours total / 30 hours + per week), continuous full-time employment or part time equivalent within the last 10 years although ideally, we’d be looking at you having significantly more depending on your age.
Am I eligible to Migrate to Canada as a Baker?
Once you’ve satisfied the occupational and educational requirements to migrate to Canada as a Baker then it’s time to look at stage one of your Immigration to Canada Project.
Stage 1 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker : Getting Started
In order to successfully emigrate to Canada as a Baker we’re first going to create an Express Entry profile. However, creating an express entry profile alone is of no use. Express Entry is where the work really begins in earnest, it’s the start of your immigration journey and not the end.
We need to create the very best Express Entry profile possible by hitting the required benchmarks laid down by Canadian Immigration which also gives us those all-important Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points.
Emigrate Canada doesn’t use any fancy one size fits all computer programs when it comes to assessing your eligibility to migrate to Canada as a Baker. Every assessment is hand reviewed by an industry specialist with significant experience in Canadian migration. Check your eligibility and immigration options today, for free and with no obligation.
Stage 2 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker Express Entry
Bakers who want to immigrate to Canada to live and work on a permanent basis must first register in the Express Entry pool and wait for an Invitation-to-Apply (ITA) from Immigration and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Once a person has an ITA they can apply for Permanent Residence (PR).
When I Migrate to Canada as a Baker on Permanent Residency what does it mean for me and my family?
Canadian Permanent Residents can:
- Live and work in Canada
- Enter and leave without restriction
- Study in Canada
- Access Canadian Healthcare
- Access social benefits
- Apply for Citizenship and Dual Nationality after four years
- Enjoy protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
The CIC draws the top candidates from the Express Entry pool and issues them an Invitation To Apply based on how many Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points they have obtained.
A perfect Comprehensive Ranking Score is 1200. An offer of arranged employment in Canada or a provincial nomination certificate is worth an amazing 600 points.
To date all draws to migrate to Canada as a Baker have been above 449 CRS Points.
Should you score less than 449 our industry experts at Emigrate Canada will be looking to secure Provincial Nomination for you in the first instance as well as working closely with you to secure a Job Offer in Canada as a Baker.
Stage 3 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker
With your Express Entry profile live and active it’s time to really make it count. As we’ve already said, just having an Express Entry profile for Canada without any of the key paperwork in place is unlikely to achieve any meaningful success.
What Express Entry paperwork is required to migrate to Canada as a Baker?
Firstly, your dedicated ICCRC consultant will work with you to have your education certificates verified via an Educational Credential Assessment. We cannot claim education points on your Express Entry profile without your educational history being formally verified.
In order to successfully immigrate to Canada as a Baker we’ll also need to start your application to the Baker regulatory body in Canada.
What does this all mean for me, looking to migrate to Canada as a Baker?
Canadian Immigration need to be satisfied you’ll be able to work as a Baker in Canada and additionally, should we require either a job offer or Provincial Nomination to secure enough CRS Points on Express Entry you’ll need to show at least a letter of provisional approval by the regulatory body in Canada.
Stage 4 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker with Provincial Nomination
With your Emigrate Canada designated ICCRC Consultant having now arranged your Express Entry profile, completed and evidenced with your educational credentials and put your language certificate in place we will actively prepare your application for Provincial Nomination.
Move to Canada as a Baker with Provincial Nomination
Securing provincial Nomination as part of your Canadian Immigration boosts your CRS score by 600, effectively ensuring your successful Invitation to Apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. Some Provinces require a Job Offer (more on that later) although crucially some do not.
With any Canadian Provincial Nominee Program, you’ll be a Canadian Permanent Resident right from the start although you’ll be expected to live and work in the nominating province for a period of two years. After those two years you’ll be free to live and work anywhere in Canada.
As part of your overall application your designated Emigrate Canada ICCRC consultant will make an application to all available Canadian states and provinces in support of your permanent residency application. It’s important to be at this stage as soon as realistically possible to capitalize on the fluid nature of Canadian Immigration.
Provincial Immigration programs open and close regularly, and occupation in demand lists are constantly updated. We need to be ‘submission ready’ for when circumstances align in our favor. Should we wait until the perfect circumstances manifest, by the time an application is progressed through the various stages there’s a good chance the opportunity will be missed.
Migrate to Canada as a Baker with provincial nomination from Ontario
One of the most popular States for Bakers looking to Immigrate to Canada is Ontario, one of the strongest economies in Canada and a State which is currently offering Provincial Nomination to Bakers without the need for a formal Job offer.
Stage 5 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker: Invitation to Apply
The penultimate stage of your Immigration to Canada is receiving your Invitation to Apply via the Express Entry program. You’ll be receiving this Invitation based on your Express Entry Case which will either have been strong enough to have been selected directly on a federal basis, been selected via Provincial Nomination described above or selected based on you securing a formal Job Offer in Canada.
Regardless of how you’ve arrived at this milestone it’s a huge achievement and your dedicated Emigrate Canada ICCRC Consultant will have worked tirelessly to secure this stage for you and your family. It truly is this stage that makes all our efforts worthwhile, yet the hard work still isn’t over.
We still need to navigate the red tape and bureaucracy inherent in any Government Immigration program although rest assured, the path is well trodden and we have migrated thousands of applicants to Canada over the years. As a final step you’ll need to clear background checks and medicals prior to your Permanent Residency Visas being formally granted. Then it’s time to Celebrate !!!!
Stage 6 – Migrate to Canada as a Baker: Congratulations
Welcome to your new life in Canada. You have up to one year to formally activate your visas by arriving into Canada. Canada is waiting for you and your family.
Can my family join me when I migrate to Canada as a Baker?
Yes, the rights and privileges afforded to the main visa holder are passed onto partners and children automatically. In fact, your partners skills, education and qualifications may even make your overall application even stronger. Take our visa assessment to find out how many extra points you can gain for your partners occupation, skills and education.
Do I need a job offer to Migrate to Canada as a Baker?
It is possible to Migrate to Canada as a Baker in three ways.
- Directly through Express Entry
- With a Job Offer
- With Provincial Nomination
Jobs in Canada for Bakers Immigrating
The Job market in Canada for Bakers remains strong and is expected to do so for the next five years. Unemployment for qualified Bakers in Canada is well below average. Canada Wants Your Skills!
An entry-level Baker with less than 5 years of experience can expect to earn an average Salary of around $69300 whilst a Baker with mid-level experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $98400.
An experienced Baker with 10 to 20 years of experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $269110 and a Baker with late-career experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $236755.
Obviously, these averages do vary between sectors so should be used purely as an indicative guide. Additionally, certain geographic anomalies occur in terms of fluctuations above these averages:
- Saskatoon + 30%
- Calgary + 29%
- Toronto + 24%
- Montréal + 18%
- Vancouver + 8%
- Victoria + 8%
- Lethbridge + 5%
- Edmonton + 2%
Canada Wants You: Apply to Migrate to Canada as a Baker
We only take on cases where our experts are positive of securing a successful outcome for you and your loved ones. At the start of this life changing journey you need to be armed with the facts, not have to listen to a long-winded sales pitch.
Our Free Visa Assessment for Bakers
- Consultations are with those directly responsible for your case
- Honest and reliable assessment of your eligibility
- All your unanswered questions covered
- Free advice on skills assessment and professional registration
- Detailed budget planning – all costs discussed in detail
You Can Migrate to Canada as a Baker
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