Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator in 2023

 

If you have experience as a Metalworking and forging machine operator then you are in luck. Your skills are wanted in Canada and you can Immigrate via the Federal Skilled Work Visa, The Federal Skilled Trades Visa, on the Canada Experience Class pathway or on a Provincial Nominee Program.

 

Metalworking and forging machine operators are on the Canadian National Occupations Classification (NOC) List under the code of 9416 and are eligible to move to Canada. Despite many Metalworking and forging machine operators migrating to Canada over the past few years, Metalworking and forging machine operators are still in high demand across Canada from both a National and Provincial basis.

 

Canada recognizes that in other countries Metalworking and forging machine operators are employed under different job titles and positions.  Therefore, Canada will class you as Metalworking and forging machine operators  if your current job title is that of:

 

  • Acetylene torch operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Air hammer operator – metal forging

 

  • Aluminum sheet cutter – ductwork

 

  • Aluminum sheet cutter – metal fabrication

 

  • Aluminum sheet trimmer – ductwork

 

  • Angle shear operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Arc cutter – metal fabrication

 

  • Automatic cut-off operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Automatic cut-off saw operator – metal products manufacturing

 

  • Bender set-up operator – metal products manufacturing

 

  • Bending machine operator

 

  • Bending machine operator – metal forging

 

  • Bending machine set-up operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Bending machine tender – metal fabrication

 

  • Bending machine tender – metal products manufacturing

 

  • Bending press operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Bending roll operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Board drop hammer operator

 

  • Board hammer operator – metal forging

 

  • Brake setter – metalworking

 

  • Buffing line setter

 

  • Buffing machine set-up operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Burning machine operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Burning table operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Cage builder – metal fabrication

 

  • Cold drawn operator

 

  • Cold drawn operator – metal forging

 

  • Cold press operator

 

  • Cold press operator – metal forging

 

  • Computer numerically controlled (CNC) brake press operator

 

  • Computer numerically controlled (CNC) brake press set-up operator

 

  • Corrugator sheet metal operator

 

  • Disc flanging operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Disk flange operator

 

  • Disk flange operator – metal fabrication

 

  • Drop forge hand

 

  • Drop forge operator

 

  • Drop forge operator – metal forging

 

To Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator your day to day duties and responsibilities in your current job must be:

 

  • Metalworking machine operators

 

  • Read specifications or follow verbal instructions

 

  • Lay out set up and operate one or more light or heavy metalworking machines such as shears power presses saws plate rolls drills brakes slitters punch presses computer numerically controlled (CNC) equipment and other hand tools to cut bend roll ream punch and drill weld or otherwise shape and form metal stock into parts or products

 

  • Operate machines or equipment which weld solder bolt screw or rivet metal parts together

 

  • Check products for correct shapes dimensions and other specifications

 

  • Troubleshoot and perform corrective action or minor repairs

 

  • May select and transport material to work area manually or using crane or hoist

 

  • May document work completed

 

  • May build staging or erect scaffolding as required for heavy metalworking jobs

 

  • May clean or lubricate equipment and replace parts as required.

 

You must have these minimum qualifications to immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

 

  • Completion of secondary school education may be required.

 

  • Previous experience as a labourer or helper in the same company may be required.

 

  • On-the-job training is usually provided.

 

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Minimum work experience required to migrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

 

You will be expected to have at least 1 year (1,560 hours total / 30 hours + per week), continuous full-time employment as a Metalworking and forging machine operator or part time equivalent within the last 10 years.

 

Getting your Metalworking and forging machine operator qualifications credentialed for Immigrating to Canada

 

An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is a report that evaluates your educational credentials as a Metalworking and forging machine operator and confirms if your education is equivalent to a completed Canadian degree, diploma, or certificate.. Here is a step-by-step guide to getting an ECA for Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator.

 

Step 1: Choose a designated ECA organization for your Metalworking and forging machine operator qualifications

 

Firstly, you need to choose a designated organization that is authorized by the Canadian government to provide ECAs. The designated organizations are:

 

Comparative Education Service (CES)

International Credential Assessment Service (ICAS)

World Education Services (WES)

 

Step 2: Check the ECA requirements

 

The requirements for an ECA as a Metalworking and forging machine operator may differ depending on the designated organization you choose. You should check the organization’s website to know their specific requirements for your country of education and academic credentials.

 

Step 3: Gather required documents

 

Gather all the required documents that the organization requires for your Metalworking and forging machine operator ECA assessment. These documents include academic transcripts and certificates. Make sure the documents are complete and translated into English or French if they are in another language.



 

Step 4: Receive the ECA report

 

Once the assessment is complete, the designated organization will send you an ECA report. The report will confirm the Canadian equivalency of your educational credentials and allow you to make an Express Entry application to immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator.

 

As a Metalworking and forging machine operator Immigrating to Canada you are also required to take a Language test

 

If you are applying for immigration to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator, you need to take an English or French language test to demonstrate your proficiency in either language. Here is a step-by-step guide to getting an English or French language test for Canada immigration:

 

Step 1: Determine which language test you need

 

With you occupation of Metalworking and forging machine operator you will need to determine which language test you need to take, depending on your immigration program and your language proficiency. The most commonly accepted tests for English are the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP). For French, the most commonly accepted test is the Test d’évaluation de français (TEF).

 

Step 2: Register for the test

 

Once you have determined which test you need to take, you will need to register for the test with the appropriate testing organization. For IELTS and CELPIP, you can register online on their respective websites. For TEF, you can register online on the website of the Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Paris (CCIP).

 

Step 3: Prepare for the test

 

Before taking the test, it is recommended that you prepare by reviewing the test format and practicing your language skills. Most testing organizations offer study materials and practice tests that you can use to prepare. Obviously by being a professional Metalworking and forging machine operator you will have a good knowledge of language. However, do treat the language test with respect and do your preparation.

 

Step 6: Take the test

 

On the day of the test, arrive at the testing center on time and bring the necessary identification documents with you.

 

For Canadian immigration as a Metalworking and forging machine operator, language proficiency is evaluated on a points based system, where you can earn points based on your results in an approved language test. The Canadian government currently recognizes three language tests for immigration purposes:

 

  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

 

  • Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP)

 

  • Test d’évaluation de français (TEF)

 

Here’s a breakdown of how many points you can earn in each of the four language skills for each test:

 

IELTS for Metalworking and forging machine operators

 

  • Listening: CLB 4-4.5 (6 points), CLB 5 (7 points), CLB 5.5-6 (8 points), CLB 6.5 (9 points), CLB 7-9 (10 points)
  • Reading: CLB 4 (6 points), CLB 5 (7 points), CLB 6 (8 points), CLB 7-9 (9 points)
  • Writing: CLB 4 (6 points), CLB 5 (7 points), CLB 6 (8 points), CLB 7-9 (9 points)
  • Speaking: CLB 4-5 (6 points), CLB 5.5 (7 points), CLB 6-7 (8 points), CLB 7-9 (9 points)

 

CELPIP for Metalworking and forging machine operators

 

  • Listening: CLB 4 (4 points), CLB 5 (5 points), CLB 6 (6 points), CLB 7 (7 points), CLB 8-9 (8 points)
  • Reading: CLB 4 (4 points), CLB 5 (5 points), CLB 6 (6 points), CLB 7 (7 points), CLB 8-9 (8 points)
  • Writing: CLB 4 (4 points), CLB 5 (5 points), CLB 6 (6 points), CLB 7 (7 points), CLB 8-9 (8 points)
  • Speaking: CLB 4 (4 points), CLB 5 (5 points), CLB 6 (6 points), CLB 7 (7 points), CLB 8-9 (8 points)

 

TEF for Metalworking and forging machine operators

 

  • Compréhension de l’oral (Listening): NCLC 4 (145-180) (CLB 4) (6 points), NCLC 5 (181-216) (CLB 5) (7 points), NCLC 6 (217-248) (CLB 6) (8 points), NCLC 7-9 (249-300) (CLB 7-9) (9 points)
  • Compréhension de l’écrit (Reading): NCLC 4 (121-150) (CLB 4) (6 points), NCLC 5 (151-180) (CLB 5) (7 points), NCLC 6 (181-206) (CLB 6) (8 points), NCLC 7-9 (207-249) (CLB 7-9) (9 points)
  • Expression écrite (Writing): NCLC 4 (181-225) (CLB 4) (6 points), NCLC 5 (226-270) (CLB 5) (7 points), NCLC 6 (271-309) (CLB 6) (8 points), NCLC 7-9 (310-360) (CLB 7-9) (9 points)
  • Expression orale (Speaking): NCL

 

Express Entry application to Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

 

  • Create an online account: Visit the Government of Canada’s immigration website and create an online account. You will need to provide your personal information and create a username and password.

 

  • Complete your profile: Once you have created an account, you can complete your Express Entry profile. This will include information about your occupation as a Metalworking and forging machine operator, education, work experience, language ability and other personal details. Make sure to provide accurate information and upload all required documents, such as language test results and work reference letters.

 

  • Calculate your Compreensive Ranking System (CRS) score: Once you have completed your profile, the CRS will automatically calculate your score based on the information you provided. Your CRS score will determine your eligibility for permanent residence as a Metalworking and forging machine operator and your ranking in the Express Entry pool. The most up to date CRS Calculator for {pluralocc} is below:

 

AgeWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 100 points)(Maximum 110 points)
17 years of age or less00
18 years of age9099
19 years of age95105
20 to 29 years of age100110
30 years of age95105
31 years of age9099
32 years of age8594
33 years of age8088
34 years of age7583
35 years of age7077
36 years of age6572
37 years of age6066
38 years of age5561
39 years of age5055
40 years of age4550
41 years of age3539
42 years of age2528
43 years of age1517
44 years of age56
45 years of age or more00
Migrate to Canada from Australia English Language Points
Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level per abilityWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 128 points)(Maximum 136 points)
Less than CLB 400
CLB 4 or 566
CLB 689
CLB 71617
CLB 82223
CLB 92931
CLB 10 or more3234
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 abilityWith a spouse or common-law partner Without a spouse or common-law partner 
(Maximum 22 points)(Maximum 24 points)
CLB 4 or less00
CLB 5 or 611
CLB 7 or 833
CLB 9 or more66
Migrate to Canada from Australia Points for Education
Level of EducationWith a spouse or common-law partnerWithout a spouse or common-law partner
(Maximum 140 points)(Maximum 150 points)
Less than secondary school (high school)00
Secondary diploma (high school graduation)2830
One-year degree, diploma or certificate from  a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute8490
Two-year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute9198
Bachelor's degree OR  a three or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute112120
Two or more certificates, diplomas, or degrees. One must be for a program of three or more years119128
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.)126135
Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.)140150

 

  • Submit your profile: Once you have reviewed your profile and confirmed that all information is accurate and up-to-date, you can submit it to the Express Entry pool. You will be given a profile number and an Express Entry Job Seeker validation code which you will need to attach to your Metalworking and forging machine operator job applications.

 




 

      • Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA): If you meet the eligibility requirements as a Metalworking and forging machine operator for one of the three Express Entry-managed programs (Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class), you may be invited to apply for permanent residence. ITAs are issued to Metalworking and forging machine operator applicants with the highest CRS scores  and are issued during regular Express Entry draws.

 

      • Submit your application for permanent residence: If you receive an ITA, you will have 90 days to submit a complete application for permanent residence, including all required forms and documents. If you need assistance visit MigrationConsultant.com

 

CRS Points Score for a Metalworking and forging machine operator Immigrating to Canada in 2023

 

      • January 14, 2023 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 454
      • October 3, 2022 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 422
      • September 1, 2022 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 462
      • August 18, 2022 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 403
      • August 5, 2022 – CRS score cutoff: 382
      • July 21, 2022 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 357
      • July 8, 2022 – CRS score cutoff: 369
      • June 23, 2022 – CRS score cutoff: 357
      • June 10, 2022 – CRS score cutoff: 368
      • May 31, 2022 – CRS score cutoff: 380
      • May 20, 2022 – CRS score cutoff for Metalworking and forging machine operators: 397

 

Should you score 400 or over on your Express Entry CRS then there is a very good chance you’ll be able to Migrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator without a Job Offer or Provincial Nomination.

Jobs in Canada for Metalworking and forging machine operators

 

The Job market in Canada for Metalworking and forging machine operators remains strong and is expected to do so for the next five years. Unemployment for qualified Metalworking and forging machine operators in Canada is well below average.  An entry-level Metalworking and forging machine operator with less than 5 years of experience can expect to earn an average Salary of around $71600 whilst a Metalworking and forging machine operator with mid-level experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $114900.

 

An experienced Metalworking and forging machine operator with 10 to 20 years of experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $220990 and a Metalworking and forging machine operator with late-career experience can expect to earn an average total compensation of $208788.

 

 

Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

Immigrate to Canada as a Metalworking and forging machine operator

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