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IELTS test takers will soon have access to a new tool to help them improve their scores and achieve their career and global learning goals.
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If a test taker does not get the necessary score the first time, they can retake one of the four skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking) English tests. It will be accessible in November at selected IDP IELTS centers in major Australian cities.

On November 16, 2022, Canada will switch from the NOC System to the TEER System.

Yes, you read that right. On November 16, 2022, Canada will switch from the NOC system to the TEER system. What does this mean for you?

The IRCC is preparing to implement the 2021 National Occupational Classification (NOC). This means that the current NOC 2016 skill type and skill level structures (NOC 0, A, B, C, and D) will be replaced by a 6-digit Category system indicating the training, education, experience, and responsibilities (TEER) necessary to work in a profession.

4-digit occupation codes have been replaced with 5-digit codes.

They want to change the eligibility standards for all programs that use the NOC skill type or level. The TEER category is distinct

Skill type O – TEER 0

Skill type A – TEER 1

Skill type B – TEER 2 and TEER 3

Skill level C – TEER 4

Skill level D – TEER 5

In programs that previously used the NOC skill type or levels, categories will be used.

This year’s most major modification to Canada Immigration 2022-23

Keeping in mind the present stagnation in immigration terms and regulations released by the Canada immigration cell, the IRCC will soon announce the immigration level plan for 2023–2025. This proactive step will reduce processing time. Canada will soon release its revised immigration level plan for 2023–2025. It is predicted that the population will rise to around 550,000 permanent residents. Considering Canada is experiencing a labor shortage, the number of people working to address this issue will grow. A greater number of overseas students will become permanent residents

Canada cuts work restriction for overseas students to ease address labor shortages

International students studying in Canada are now permitted to work more hours off campus, according to the country’s immigration minister, as the country continues to experience labor shortages.

Sean Fraser, speaking at a press conference in Ottawa on Friday, stated that beginning Nov. 15, a former restriction of 20 hours per week for qualified students enrolled full-time will no longer apply.

He stated that the interim measures would be in effect until the end of 2023.

“The cap has been lifted as a result of this modification.” “There is no cap,” Fraser told reporters at a coffee shop near the University of Ottawa campus.

According to Fraser, this will support Canada’s COVID-19 pandemic growth and provide a boost to companies in sectors that are particularly suffering from significant labor shortages.

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