Immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications Line and Cable worker

How to Immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker?

Can I immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker?

If you’re looking to immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker you’re in luck! Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers are in demand right across Canada and you may be able to secure a Canadian Permanent Residency Visa either with or without a job offer.

No doubt you will have read online that having a job offer to move to Canada is a prerequisite to accessing the Express Entry process but as a telecommunications line and cable worker, you also have other options to secure your Canada Visa from the start.

For starters, Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers are eligible to apply to immigrate to Canada under the Canadian Government’s Immigration program due to the demand for Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers in Canada being so great they have included the occupation on the targeted occupations list, known as the NOC list (National Occupation Code List).

The code for Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker on the NOC is 7245

This is great news for qualified Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers the world over hoping to live and work in Canada.

Express Entry for Canada is not a visa class at all, it is simply the method (or database) that Canadian Immigration uses to select the right candidates for a permanent residency visa and in that case, as a telecommunications line and cable worker looking to immigrate to Canada we’ll be looking at the Federal Skilled Trades visa and Provincial Nominee program.

Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers from all over the world are eligible to make an Express Entry for Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Canada Residency providing they have the right skills, experience and qualifications in their home country.

Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers looking to move to Canada to work under this NOC category 7245, might be employed under work titles including:

access technician – telecommunication

apprentice lineman/woman – telecommunications

cable installer – telecommunications

cable repair technician – telecommunications

cable repairer – telecommunications

cable tester – telecommunications

communication line technician

communication technician – construction

communications telecommunications line and cable worker – construction craft

construction technician – cable television

construction technician – telecommunications

fibre optic cable splicer

journeyman/woman lineman/woman – telecommunications

line inspector – telecommunications

line installer – telecommunications

line installer-repairer – telecommunications

line repairer – telecommunications

lineman-technician/linewoman-technician – telecommunications

lineworker-technician – telecommunications

repair lineman/woman – telecommunications

rigger – telecommunications

section lineman/woman – telecommunications

service tracer – telecommunications

signal tracer – telecommunications

splicer – telecommunications

splicer technician – telecommunications

splicer technician – telephone

structured cabling technician

telecommunication cable installer

telecommunication cable repairer

telecommunication line construction technician

telecommunication line technician

telecommunications cable splicer

telecommunications line installer

telecommunications lineman/woman

telecontrol technologist

telephone cable splicer

telephone line and cableman/woman

telephone line technician

toll line inspector – telecommunications

toll line repairman/woman – telecommunications

toll lineman/woman – telecommunications

tracer – telecommunications

underground cable splicer – telecommunications

wire splicer – telecommunications

All these roles held by telecommunications line and cable workers are eligible to apply under this specific NOC category of 7245

Tasks for those looking to Immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications line and cable worker

In general telecommunications line and cable workers moving to Canada will be able to demonstrate knowledge or experience of the following:

Install, remove, maintain and repair aerial and underground telephone and other telecommunication transmission and distribution lines, cables and associated hardware

Install (but do not repair or maintain) cable television lines and cables

Splice and repair various types and sizes of telephone and other telecommunication cables including single line, coaxial and fibre optic

Inspect and test telecommunication transmission lines and cables for transmission characteristics and to locate faults

Analyze and record test results

Climb and work aloft on poles, ladders or other support structures or work in confined spaces such as trenches, tunnels and crawl spaces

Communicate with other workers to co-ordinate the preparation and completion of work assignments

Assist in the erection and removal of telecommunication poles, towers and associated support structures

May operate excavation machinery and other heavy equipment.

Whilst the above is meant as a general guide do take our free online visa assessment for further information and be sure to list out your skills and qualifications in detail.

Emigrate Canada has a dedicated Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers Canada desk that only represents qualified telecommunications line and cable workers immigrate to Canada. They understand your profession and can talk your language when it comes to explaining your immigration pathway and the route to securing a Canada Visa for you (and your family).

Qualifications Required to Immigrate to Canada as a telecommunications line and cable worker

In the UK, for example, we’ll be looking for NVQ Level III

From South Africa, you will be expected to hold your Red Seal

We’re happy to represent Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker clients from all over the World so regardless of your country of qualification feel free to contact us today for a full breakdown of your Canadian Immigration chances.

How to Immigrate to Canada as a Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker

The first stage in your Canadian immigration process is to calculate your Canada Immigration points for Express Entry using the Canadian Comprehensive Ranking System.

CRS Points are awarded for (amongst other things)

Age

Qualifications

English ability

French ability

Your partner’s skills

Work experience

As well as providing you with important CRS points these factors also count towards your overall Immigration Points score which must equal or exceed a total of 67

Take our free online visa assessment for an up to date report on whether you have enough points to immigrate to Canada as a telecommunications line and cable worker from both an Express Entry and Immigration points perspective.

Once you receive an ITA (Invitation to apply) from Canadian Immigration as a result of your Express Entry application you’ll only have 60 days in which to lodge a formal application so under no circumstances should you lodge an Express Entry application ‘claiming’ to have certain points without first having all of your points verified through different testing, education equivalence certificates and skilled trades assessments.

Once you are invited to apply for your Canada Visa you cannot go back and have these things verified retrospectively, they must be done before you claim any points for them and given that your express entry profile is only valid for one year it makes sense to present the best possible case right from the start.

Skills Assessment to Immigrate to Canada as a telecommunications line and cable worker 

The process of getting your telecommunications line and cable working skills, experience and qualifications verified is called Skills Assessment and it serves two purposes.

Canada Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Skills Assessment purpose one: With a positive skills assessment you’ll be able to claim the requisite points on both the Express Entry CRS and eventual Federal Skilled Trades application.

Canada Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Skills Assessment purpose two: Your positive skills assessment will also double as your Red Seal qualification so having your telecommunications line and cable working skills assessed means that you’ll be qualified to work as a telecommunications line and cable worker in Canada from day one.

How to get registered to Immigrate to Canada as a telecommunications line and cable worker 

As part of your immigration process, your dedicated Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers Canada account manager will arrange for your Red Seal equivalency process so there’s no need to worry about how to move to Canada; we’ll have you covered from the moment you get the ball rolling.

Can I immigrate to Canada as a telecommunications line and cable worker without a job offer?

The answer is a resounding yes, providing you have a reasonable total CRS score on your Express Entry application and can meet the 67 immigration point threshold for your Canada Federal Skilled Trades Visa.

Technically there is no minimum CRS score required to submit a Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Canada Express Entry profile.

Of course, securing a job offer (documented in the right way for immigration purposes i.e. LMT) will give you an instant CRS boost of 600 points so it makes sense to start this process as soon as is practical.

Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Jobs in Canada

Occupations on the Canada NOC list can be classed as being ‘in demand’ and the telecommunications line and cable workers code 7245 has been firmly established on the list for many years with lots of opportunities right across the country.

As a qualified new and highly skilled Permanent resident of Canada, you may work full time from day one, either as a direct employee, contractor or in a self-employed capacity. Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker jobs in Canada are often better paid than in the UK, Europe and Asia and Canadian employment law respects the work-life balance. Additionally Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers in Canada are highly unionised which whilst sounds like a dirty word in many parts of the world is actually instrumental in championing better pay and conditions right across the Country.

Demand in Canada is strong as can be seen here on the Work British Columbia page for Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers

Emigrate Canada are the Telecommunications Line and Cable Worker Canada Visa specialists with a dedicated Skilled Trades desk ideally placed to take care of not just your immigration paperwork, but also to get you registered to work from day one.

Immigrate to Canada as telecommunications line and cable worker

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