NOC 82010 For Canada Immigration

NOC 82010 “Supervisors, logging and forestry”

 

Immigrating to Canada with the job code of “Supervisors, logging and forestry” using the Express Entry Permanent Residency pathway requires that you correctly identify the National Occupation Classification (“NOC”) Code for your occupation.

 

The NOC code is the most important piece of information you require to immigrate to Canada. Without knowing your job classification or NOC code you are unable to work out your eligility to immigrate to Canada or make an application. The NOC is developed and maintained between Statistics Canada (STC) and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).

 

The National Occupation Classification for “Supervisors, logging and forestry” is Noc 82010.

 

Note: NOC 82010 “Supervisors, logging and forestry” replaces NOC 8211. The new NOC structure for “Supervisors, logging and forestry” uses the NOC Code 82010 and the Skill requirement of “Completion of a post-secondary education program of two to three years at community college, institute of technology or CÉGEP; or Completion of an apprenticeship training program of two to five years; or Occupations with supervisory or significant safety responsibilities; or Several years of experience in a related occupation from TEER 3 (when applicable).”.

The level of demand in Canada for NOC 82010 is High. This means that according to Statistics Canada, the role of “Supervisors, logging and forestry” in Canada currently has more jobs advertised than available candidates.

 

Why Do I Need to Know the NOC Code for “Supervisors, logging and forestry”?

 

Whenever applicants for Canadian Immigration are asked to identify work experience, they must do so on the requisite forms by stating the NOC code that best fits their employment, skills and  experience. Some Canada immigration pathways are only open to applicants that have experience in occupations identified by very specific NOC codes.

 

Training, Education, Experience and Responsibility (TEER)

 

  • The NOC structure for “Supervisors, logging and forestry” uses the NOC Code 82010 and the Skill requirement of “Completion of a post-secondary education program of two to three years at community college, institute of technology or CÉGEP; or Completion of an apprenticeship training program of two to five years; or Occupations with supervisory or significant safety responsibilities; or Several years of experience in a related occupation from TEER 3 (when applicable).”.

 

  • The TEER level for 82010 is “Completion of a post-secondary education program of two to three years at community college, institute of technology or CÉGEP; or Completion of an apprenticeship training program of two to five years; or Occupations with supervisory or significant safety responsibilities; or Several years of experience in a related occupation from TEER 3 (when applicable).”.

 

Employment Description for 82010 “Supervisors, logging and forestry”

 

To be able to use National Occupation Classification 82010 your work history and experience should closely match the following description:

 

  • Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising workers in logging and forestry.

 

Canada Visa Options for NOC 82010

 

There are a number of Canada Visa options for NOC 82010 including:

 

  • Federal Skilled Visas

 

  • Canadian Experience Class

 

  • Provincial Nomination

 

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) which use the NOC 82010

 

NOC code 82010 is used for Provincial Nomination in following streams:

 

  • PNP Skilled Worker streams

 

  • PNP Semi-Skilled Worker streams

 

  • PNP Graduate streams

 

  • PNP Family Sponsorship streams.

 

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