Canada is facing the shortage of NOC 7251 Plumbers so they are present on the List of 29 Occupations under the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Plumbers are connected with the task of installing and fixing pipelines, as well as the removal of waste water. Plumbers can be working in residential, commercial or industrial tasks or might be self-employed. People connected with this profession have high chances to immigration to Canada.
Duties & Responsibilities of NOC 7251 Plumbers:
•To Take care of the pipe connections and see where to fit passage holes and other such facets. Make openings for the fittings after cutting pipes in accordance with the need.
•Join the pipes using a variety of equipments and see whether right pipes are fitted (without leaks)
•Arrange cost estimates.
•To Repair plumbing fixtures
•To determine the layout if the plumbing procedure, along with taking care of the water supply and drainage system.
Example Titles of NOC 7251 Plumbers:
o Apprentice Plumber
o Journeyman/Woman Plumber
o Maintenance And Repair Plumber
o Marine Plumber
Qualifying Criteria for Immigration of NOC 7251 Plumbers:
•The candidate must have completed secondary school education and completed a trade or vocational training as a plumber
•Even those with apprenticeship certification in plumbing trade may apply.
•A candidate for Immigration under this group must have experience of at least one year as a Plumber or related field.
All in all, a candidate must have experience of approximately 2-4 years; actual number of years of experience to apply under this occupation is dependent on many factors such as whether the applicant is married and his English language skills.