To describe job occupations in Canada they used to work with a system called National Occupational Classification. You could find useful information like training, education, and responsibilities in NOC. NOC helped job seekers in Canada to understand the nature of a job in Canadian job market.
From November 16, 2022 they switched to TEER ( training , education, experience , responsibilities) .
This ultimately makes the system more flexible as now you can change your level on several conditions.
The TEER system strives to increase transparency in the amount of education and work experience needed to work in a specific occupation.
The key features appointed to TEER are as follows:
- Under this new system, a 6-categories represents the TEER (Training, Education, Experience and Responsibilities) needed to work in an occupation.
- New TEER system introduces 5-digit code for each NOC occupation, replacing Old 4-digit occupation codes.
- The TEER system is going to impact Express Entry.
Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
Occupations that usually require a university degree:
Occupations that usually require a college diploma, apprenticeship training of 2 or more years, or supervisory occupations
Computer network and web technicians
Medical laboratory technologists
Occupations that usually require a college diploma, apprenticeship training of less than 2 years, or more than 6 months of on-the-job training
Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
Occupations that usually require a high school diploma, or several weeks of on-the-job training
Home child care providers
Retail salespersons and visual merchandisers
Occupations that usually need short-term work demonstration and no formal education
Landscaping and grounds maintenance laborers
Delivery service drivers and door-to-door distributors