移民打分标准(Immigration Scoring Standard)

BC省省提名分数计算方法

BCPNP的分数主要基于两个方面:经济因素&人力资本因素

Scoring Sections

Maximum Points

Economic Factors (120)

Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer

60

Wage of the B.C. Job Offer

50

Regional District of Employment

10

Human Capital Factors (80)

Directly Related Work Experience

25

Highest Level of Education

25

Language

30

Total Points Available

200

经济因素

 As an economic immigration program, the BC PNP is designed to meet the labour market needs and the economic development priorities of the province.

The following are key economic factors that support the attraction and retention of workers who will provide economic benefits to B.C.

1)    skill level of the B.C. job offer

Points for this factor are determined by the occupation identified in your B.C. job offer. Your occupation is classified into different levels according to the National Occupational Classification (NOC).

Additional points are available for:

  • occupations in the “00” NOC skill type (senior management occupations)
  • occupations that have been identified in the B.C. High Demand Occupations List in theC. Labour Market Outlook 2018 Edition (pages 21 – 23).
  • current employment for the B.C. employer in the occupation identified in the BC PNP registration. You can receive these additional points only if you are currently employed full-time (30 hours per week or more) in the same occupation (i.e. same NOC code) that you have been offered in the BC PNP registration. You are not eligible for these additional points if the occupation identified in the job offer is a promotion from your current occupation with the

Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer

Points

NOC Skill Level A (including Skill Type 0)

25

NOC Skill Level B

10

NOC Skill Level C

5

NOC Skill Level D

5

  

Additional points:

 

Occupation is a “00” NOC

15

Occupation identified in the B.C. High Demand Occupations List in the BC Labour Market Outlook 2018 Edition

10

Currently working full-time in B.C. for the employer in the occupation identified in the BC PNP registration

10

Maximum Score Available

60

 

2)    annual wage of the B.C. job offer

The wage is calculated on an annual basis as outlined in your job offer. Please note that you must meet program criteria specific to the wage, job offer and minimum income requirements as outlined for Skills Immigration or Express Entry BC.

For the purposes of registration scoring, a maximum of 40 hours per week (or a maximum of 60 hours per week for long-haul truck drivers) will be used for the calculation of your annual wage. Regular or overtime hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week (or in excess of 60 hours per week for long-haul truck drivers) should not be entered in your registration.

Your annual wage is calculated using the following:

hourly rate x hours worked per week (maximum of 40 hours, or maximum of 60 hours for long-haul truck drivers) x 52 weeks a year

In calculating your annual wage, the BC PNP will only consider regular gross annual wages. The BC PNP does not consider bonuses, commissions, profit-sharing distributions, tips/ gratuities, overtime wages, housing allowances, room and board or other similar payments to be part of your wage.

Applications will not be approved where there are reasonable grounds to believe that the offered wage has been inflated or increased for the purpose of meeting BC PNP minimum income requirements or receiving a higher registration score.

Annual Wage of the B.C. Job Offer

Points

$100,000 and above

50

$97,500 to $99,999

38

$95,000 to $97,499

37

$92,500 to $94,999

36

$90,000 to $92,499

35

$87,500 to $89,999

34

$85,000 to $87,499

33

$82,500 to $84,999

32

$80,000 to $82,499

31

$77,500 to $79,999

30

$75,000 to $77,499

29

$72,500 to $74,999

28

$70,000 to $72,499

27

$67,500 to $69,999

26

$65,000 to $67,499

25

$62,500 to $64,999

24

$60,000 to $62,499

23

$57,500 to $59,999

22

$55,000 to $57,499

21

$52,500 to $54,999

20

$50,000 to $52,499

19

$47,500 to $49,999

18

$45,000 to $47,499

17

$42,500 to $44,999

16

$40,000 to $42,499

15

$38,750 to $39,999

14

$37,500 to $38,749

13

$36,250 to $37,499

12

$35,000 to $36,249

11

$33,750 to $34,999

10

$32,500 to $33,749

9

$31,250 to $32,499

8

$30,000 to $31,249

7

$28,750 to $29,999

6

$27,500 to $28,749

5

$26,250 to $27,499

4

$25,000 to $26,249

3

Less than $25,000

0

Maximum Score Available

50

 

3)    regional district of employment

 This factor recognizes the challenges faced in regional communities to attract and retain workers. You must enter the main location of your B.C. work location as identified on your job offer.

Please visit the BC Stats website to find the regional district of your employment.

Regional District of Employment

Points

Stikine, Central Coast, Northern Rockies, Mount Waddington, Skeena-Queen Charlotte, Powell River, Sunshine Coast, Kootenay-Boundary, Alberni- Clayoquot

10

Kitimat-Stikine, Bulkley-Nechako, Squamish-Lillooet, Strathcona, Columbia- Shuswap, East Kootenay

8

Peace River, Comox Valley, Cariboo, Central Kootenay

6

Okanagan-Similkameen, Cowichan Valley, North Okanagan, Fraser-Fort George

4

Thompson-Nicola, Nanaimo, Central Okanagan

2

Capital, Fraser Valley

2

Greater Vancouver

0

Maximum Score Available

10

人力资本因素

Human capital factors are the skills, experience and competencies that individuals contribute to B.C’s economy. These factors support successful settlement and integration in the province.

1)    directly related work experience

This factor recognizes that individuals with directly related work experience have a higher likelihood of successful labour market attachment in B.C.

You will receive points based on your years of full-time (minimum of 30 hours per week) and part- time work experience, as it directly relates to the job you have been offered in B.C. This experience may be from work performed within Canada or abroad. This directly related work experience must have been obtained within the last 10 years. For part-time work experience, you will be credited with 50% of the duration of your employment.

The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is a system used by the Government of Canada to classify jobs (occupations). Jobs are grouped according to the type of work a person does and the types of job duties. For more information about the NOC, please visit this section.

For the registration process, the BC PNP defines directly related work experience as full-time or part- time paid employment that is classified under the same NOC code as the B.C. job offer that you have accepted. Experience in a related occupation at a NOC skill level equal to or greater than the NOC code of the B.C. job offer may also be included if you can satisfactorily demonstrate how this work experience is directly related to the job duties outlined in the B.C. job offer. This information will be required at the time of application. Experience in a lower skill level NOC will not be considered as directly related.

For example:

  • you have completed 8 years of full-time employment within the last 10 years in your home country as a registered nurse (NOC 3012). Your current B.C. job offer is for a licensed practical nurse (NOC 3233). Because the previous work experience is directly related and at a higher NOC level, it can be
  • you have 3.5 years of full-time employment within the last 10 years in your home country as a senior manager in the financial service field (NOC 0013). Your current B.C. job offer is for financial sales representative (NOC 6235). You can enter your previous experience because it is directly related and at a higher NOC level than the job
  • you have over 10 years of full-time employment within the last 10 years in your home country as a civil engineer (NOC 2131). Your current B.C. job offer is for a food service supervisor (NOC 6311). In this scenario your previous work experience would not be eligible because it is not directly related even though it was at a higher
  • you have 30 months of part-time employment within the last 10 years in your home country as a web developer (NOC 2175). Your current C. job offer is also for a web developer position

(NOC 2175). In this scenario your previous work experience will be credited for 50% of the duration that you were employed, or 15 months.

Experience obtained in paid co-op work terms may be included if it meets the following criteria:

  • the paid co-op work term is full-time (minimum 30 hours per week)
and
  • the paid co-op experience is at a NOC skill level equal to or greater than the NOC code of the B.C. job offer

o at the time of application, you must be able to satisfactorily demonstrate how this work experience is directly related. Experience in a lower skill level NOC will not be considered as directly related

Unpaid co-op work terms are not eligible.

You can receive additional points if you have at least one year of this directly related work experience in Canada. To receive these additional points, you must have at least 12 months of work experience if you are working 30 hours or more per week, or at least 24 months of work experience if you are working less than 30 hours per week.

Directly Related Work Experience in the Occupation of B.C. Job Offer

Points

60+ months

15

48 to 59 months

12

36 to 47 months

9

24 to 35 months

6

12 months to 23 months

3

Less than 12 months

1

None

0

  

Additional points:

 

At least 1 year of directly related experience in Canada

10

Maximum Score Available

25

 

2)    highest level of education

Points for education will only be awarded for your highest level of education indicated in the registration. For example, if you have a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, you will only be awarded points for your master’s degree.

You must have successfully completed your education in order to claim these points. Partial completion will not be recognized.

The duration of study must exceed 6 months. This six-month requirement is separate from category- specific requirements.

Your education is not eligible for points if it is a distance education learning program. You will receive additional points if:

  1. the highest level of education indicated in the registration is completed at a post-secondary institution within BC.
  • please note that language training (e.g. an English as a Second Language or ESL program, for example) does not qualify for additional points
  • your education is not eligible for additional points if it is a distance education learning program
OR
  1. the highest level of education indicated in the registration is completed at a post-secondary institution within Canada, outside of BC.
  • please note that language training (e.g. an English as a Second Language or ESL program, for example) does not qualify for additional points
  • your education is not eligible for additional points if it is a distance education learning program
OR
  1. the highest level of education indicated in the registration is completed at an institution outside of Canada and you completed an Educational Credential Assessment for your foreign education credential through the identified qualified suppliers
    • If you choose to complete an Educational Credential Assessment, your education points will be assessed on the credential awarded to you from the granting
    • For example:
      • you have a master’s degree from outside of Canada but the Educational Credential Assessment determines the degree as equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in Canada. You should enter your education as a master’s degree and also claim additional points for the Educational Credential
OR
  1. you successfully completed the Industry Training Authority British Columbia’s (ITABC’s) challenge certification process for your trades training and education completed
    • In order to receive points for the trades certification, you must meet all required certification, licensing or regulatory requirements set by ITABC and the mandated regulatory body, if applicable, when you
    • Should you be invited to apply, you will need to demonstrate that this requirement was met at the time of

Evidence to support your education will be required at the time of application.

You will receive additional points for only one of the options above. For example, if your highest level of education was a post-secondary education completed in B.C. (8 points) and you also successfully

completed the Educational Credential Assessment on a previous education credential (4 points), you will only receive additional points for your B.C. education (8 points).

Education

Points

Master’s or Doctorate/PhD

17

Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma*

11

Bachelor’s Degree

11

Post-secondary Diploma/Certificate (Trades)**

11

Associate Degree

4

Post-secondary Diploma/Certificate (Non-trades)

2

Secondary School (High School) or Less

0

  

Additional points:

 

Post-secondary education completed in B.C.

8

Post-secondary education completed in Canada (outside of B.C.)

6

Educational Credential Assessment from a qualified supplier

4

Successfully completed the Industry Training Authority British Columbia (ITABC’s) challenge certification process

4

Maximum Score Available

25

*The postgraduate, post-degree or post-baccalaureate certificates  or  diplomas  are  a post-  graduate academic qualification taken after a bachelor’s degree. It is usually awarded by a university or a graduate school. It normally takes two or more study terms to complete. Please note for a program to be considered “postgraduate”, an undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree must be required for admission into the program.

**The BC PNP will recognize and award points for your trade credentials if you can demonstrate that your country of origin considered your education to be in a “trade”. If you indicate that your highest level of education is a Diploma/Certificate (Trades), you must submit evidence of this education at the time of application. If you did not receive a trades diploma/certification, regardless of your  experience, you will not receive points for that education.

 

3)    language 

This factor recognizes the relationship between English or French language ability and successful economic establishment and integration in B.C.

While language test results may not be mandatory for the category under which you are registering, completing an eligible language proficiency test may impact your registration score. You must submit valid language test results if you would like to claim points for your language level in your registration.

You will receive points if you have completed a language test from a designated testing agency. Points are awarded according to the lowest Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score obtained in each of the four competencies: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Acceptable language tests include:

Test results are valid for the two years from the date of issuance. Test results must be valid at the time of registration AND application.

Canadian Language Benchmark Level

Points

10+

30

9

26

8

22

7

18

6

14

5

10

4

6

Below 4

0

No test

0

Maximum Score Available

30

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