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NOC 14301 “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”

Canada is making some significant changes to its Immigration National Occupation Classification system.

The current NOC List is currently being updated. As a result, the details for NOC 1452 “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks” has changed to the following:

NOC 1452 has become Noc 14301

NOC 14301 replaces NOC 1452 for the job title of “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”

Will this change affect me?

The new 2021 NOC codes will likely impact Express Entry and PNP candidates, especially those with occupations previously at NOC Skill Level B.

“Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks” applicants need to identify which occupation, or NOC code, their work falls under. Making the correct choice of NOC is therefore a vital part of a successful Canadian Immigration project.

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Why has NOC 1452 changed to NOC 14301?

Every seven to ten years Canadian Immigration adjusts the National Occupation Classification Code to reflect changes in immigration and the economy. It also reflects the broader needs of employers and the overall nature of work in Canada. The NOC is developed and maintained between Statistics Canada (STC) and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).

In 2021 a new National Occupation Code index was announced. This new 2021 NOC List replaces all previous versions of the Canadian NOC List.

The old Skill Levels were based on four categories; Skill Level A, B, C, D.

These have been replaced with levels of Training, Education, Experience and Responsibility (TEER).

Every NOC Code and Occupation now has a TEER level for Immigration purposes rather than one of the traditional Skill Levels.

What’s changed for the job title “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”?

The old NOC structure (NOC 2016) for NOC 1452 was categorized based on Skill Level. Level.

The old level of 1452 “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks” “is Skill Level C requiring completion of secondary school and some short-duration courses or training specific to the occupation. Alternatively, some secondary school education, with up to two years of on-the-job training, training courses or specific work experience”.

The new NOC structure for “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks” uses the NOC Code 14301 and the Skill requirement of Completion of secondary school; or Several weeks of on-the-job training with some secondary school education; or Experience in a related occupation from TEER 5 (when applicable).

NOC 14301 Summary

NOC 14301 was previously 1452

The job title for both 14301 and 1452 is now “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”

The TEER level for 14301 is Completion of secondary school; or Several weeks of on-the-job training with some secondary school education; or Experience in a related occupation from TEER 5 (when applicable).

The level of demand in Canada for the role remains Astonishing

Canada Visa Options for NOC 14301

There are a number of Canada Visa options for NOC 1452. These include:

Federal Skilled Visas

Canadian Experience Class

Provincial Nomination

Is NOC 14301 in demand in Canada

NOC 14301

“Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”

Demand: Astonishing

This means that currently, according to Statistics Canada, the role of “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks” in Canada currently has more jobs advertised than available candidates. It is anticipated that over the next 18 to 24 months the Canadian Skills shortage for the National Occupation Code 14301 will be filled by highly skilled and motivated newcomers to Canada.

NOC 14301

NOC 14301 “Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks”

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