Home Child Care Provider and Home Support Worker

Applications to immigrate to Canada under either the Home Child Care Provider Pilot or Home Support Worker Pilot will be assessed against the following four requirements:

1. Job offer

  • The job offer was made by a single Canadian employer (excluding an embassy, high commission or consulate) for a position outside the province of Quebec
  • The job must be non-seasonal and for full-time employment, meaning you’ll work at least 30 paid hours per week
  • The job must be in a NOC 4411 (Home child care provider) or NOC 4412 (Home support worker) occupation
  • Offer of Employment form must be used to make job offer
  • Job offer must be genuine and likely to be valid when you are issued your work permit

2. Proficiency in English or French

  • CLB 5 is required

3. One-year post-secondary education

  • Applicant must have at least a completed Canadian one-year post-secondary educational credential (or an equivalent foreign credential).
    To prove that you meet the required level of education, applicant must submit with your application evidence of:
  • a completed Canadian educational credential of at least one year of post-secondary studies,
  • a completed foreign educational credential AND an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report issued by an organization designated by IRCC, if your educational credential was obtained outside Canada.

4. Qualifying Canadian work experience

  • Applicant must obtain, and provide proof of, at least 24 months of qualifying full-time Canadian work experience within the 36 month period after this work permit was issued. Full-time work means at least 30 hours of paid work per week.
    NOTE – Any periods of self-employment or periods of employment during which you were engaged in full-time study (e.g. work experience gained on a co-op, off-campus or on-campus work permit) will not be included when calculating your work experience.
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