Moving to Canada. Skill cat B

Old Oct 6th 2016, 7:50 pm
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Hi everyone. I am currently trying to figure out exactly what is required to move to Canada as a Crane driver. I've studied the NOC website and it says as a cat B skilled worker I'm able to enter the country under the express entry system. I currently work in construction operating similar machines and I see this as my ticket to gaining entry to the country so I am very tempted to take the course and gain the qualification. I've found alot of the information confusing as to what experience you need prior to applying given each separate job title.

Can anyone help me out with some information on moving to Canada as a crane operator please?
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Hi, welcome to BE.

There's nothing specific that you need as a crane driver from a visa point of view, if you're asking about what you'd need in terms of being able to work as a crane driver in Canada (certification etc) then you'd be best off asking in the main Canada forums.

But for the visa, you'd need to meet the eligibility requirement of whatever program you're applying under (points/language ability/funds or whatever is relevant). Which route would it be that you'd plan to apply under?

If it's one of the programs that come under Express Entry, then you'll also need to be scoring at least 460 on the Comprehensive Ranking System to be in with a chance of being selected from the pool of applicants.

HTH a bit, best of luck.
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