This program is designed for those who wants to work as a home child care provider (National Occupational Classification code 4411). Depending on your experience, you might be eligible to apply for temporary work permit or permanent residence.
Benefits of this programs:
Applicants can work for any employers in Canada under the same occupation.
Applicants’ family members can be included in the application.
If applicants do not have enough experience to qualify for permanent residence in Canada, they can apply for temporary work permit to work in Canada until they get have enough experience to apply for permanent residence.
Applicants for this program must have:
Job Offer: Applicants must have a valid and genuine job offer at the time of application.
Experience: At least 24 months of full-time work experience in Canada in the 36 months before they apply. Temporary work permits are available for those who do not meet this requirement.
Occupation: must be in NOC 4411, which is Home child care provider:
They must care for children under the age of 18 in their own home or in their employer’s home.
They don’t need to live in their employer’s home to qualify.
Experience as a foster parent doesn’t count.
The minimum language skill is CLB 5 in English or NLCL 5 in French for all 4 language skills.
Completed post-secondary education credential of at least 1 year in Canada. If applicants don’t have a Canadian education credential, they need to get their foreign education credential assessed to show that it’s equal to a completed Canadian post-secondary education credential of at least 1 year.