Updates to NOC Code 1122

NOC CODE 1122

NOC stands for National Occupational Classification. The NOC assigns a NOC code to every job that exists in the Canadian job market. It is used to determine which occupations are skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled. For instance, NOC code 1122 (11201 in NOC 2021 Version 1.0) denotes the group Professional occupations in business management consulting. This NOC code is demanded in Canada for analyzing the structure, operations, managerial methods, or functions of an organization in order to make, plan and implement both major and minor improvements.

Jobs included in NOC code 1122 (11201 in NOC 2021 Version 1.0)

These are the jobs included in NOC code 1122 (11201 in NOC 2021 Version 1.0). A few more jobs have been added in NOC 2021 Version 1.0 that are mentioned in the table below:

  • Business analyst project manager
  • Business consultant
  • Business management analyst
  • Business management consultant
  • Business methods analyst
  • Certified management consultant
  • Client group supervisor
  • Conference facilitator
  • Corporate development planning adviser
  • Corporate planner
  • Direct mail specialist
  • Export trade consultant
  • File manager
  • Filing systems analyst
  • Forms management analysts supervisor
  • Health information management consultant
  • Industrial and commercial methods analyst
  • Industrial standards quality auditor
  • ISO consultant
  • Management analyst
  • Management consultant
  • Methods and cost analyst
  • Methods and procedures analyst
  • Occupational analyst – services to management firms
  • Operations management senior consultant
  • Organization and methods officer
  • Organization and methods researcher
  • Organizational analysis consultant
  • Organizational analyst
  • Point of sale system manager
  • Price management analyst
  • Records filing systems analysts supervisor
  • Records management specialist
  • Records management systems analyst
  • Records manager – business services
  • Regulatory affairs analyst
  • Regulatory affairs associate
  • Regulatory affairs officer
  • Regulatory affairs specialist
  • Regulatory compliance officer
  • Regulatory compliance specialist
  • Security management specialist
  • Standards coordinator
  • Standards specialist
  • Supply chain process analyst
  • Supply chain project manager
  • Team training specialist
  • Time study analyst – services to management firms
  • Transition management consultant
  • Work reorganization consultant
  • Work study analyst
  • Work study analysts supervisor

Educational Requirement for NOC code 1122 (11201 in NOC 2021 Version 1.0)

These are the educational requirements which every seeker of the 1122 NOC code should have. The requirements are mentioned in the table below:

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  • Should have a bachelor's degree or college diploma in business administration, commerce or a related field is usually needed.
  • Must be certified by a provincial management consulting association before applying for a management consultant position.
  • May require certification as a quality auditor for some occupations in these unit groups.
  • May require certification by the Canadian Health Information Management Association for occupations in health information management consulting.

Job Description for NOC code 1122 (11201 in NOC 2021 Version 1.0)

The job duties for this NOC code are listed in the table below:

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  • Must examine and provide advice on the managerial methods and organization of a public or private sector.
  • Should conduct assessments and propose improvements to methods, systems, and procedures in different areas such as operation, human resources, records management, security management and communications.
  • Must conduct research to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of managerial policies and programs.
  • Must conduct quality audits and develop quality management and quality assurance standards for International Organization for Standardization (ISO) registration.
  • Should provide guidance and support to businesses on regulatory policies and procedures.
  • Must make a plan to reorganize the operations of an establishment.
  • Should supervise the contracted researchers or clerical staff.

There are 30,000 jobs titled by NOC codes and gathered into 500-unit groups in NOC 2016 Version 1.3, according to 4 Skill levels and 10 Broad Occupational Categories (BOC). In a unit group, everything is based on similarities of skills, defined by functions and requirements of employment. It may be linked directly to an occupation or to more than one occupation.

On 16, November 2022, Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) programs started migrating to the latest NOC 2021 version 1.0. Approximately every 10 years, the national occupational classification meets a major structural change and the entire framework of the classified and the existing occupational groups are reviewed. In NOC 2016 Version 1.3, the skill level is based on the nature of education and training required to be employed in a particular occupation. The NOC consists of four skill levels, which are identified from A to D. It can be identified using the second digit of the NOC code. Every skill level is assigned two digits ranging from 0 to 7. For example, when the second digit of a NOC code is 0 or 1, then the skill level is associated with the NOC code A. But now the new NOC 2021 version 1.0 represents NOC code 1 instead of NOC code A.

In the previous version, the NOC skill level had a four-category system, but now in NOC 2021 version 1.0, it has been replaced with a new six-category system called Training, Education, Experience and Responsibilities (TEER) categories. 

The different levels and the number of categories within each level of NOC 2021 Version 1.0:

  • Broad Categories: The Broad category, the first digit of the NOC code, represents the occupational categorization defined by the work performed, the field of study and the industry of employment. There are 10 broad occupational categories in NOC 2021 version 1.0.
  • TEER categories: The TEER category, the second digit of the NOC code, represents the necessary training, education, experience, and responsibilities of the occupation. In the TEER system, there are 6 TEER categories in NOC 2021 version 1.0.
  • Major groups: The Major group, the first and second digits of the NOC code, is the combination of broad occupational categorization (first digit) and TEER categorization (second digit). In Major groups, there are 45 groups in NOC 2021 version 1.0, it encompasses many sub-major groups and thus represents the 2-digit code used by the NOC.
  • Sub-major groups: The 3-digit, Sub-major group, represents the aggregation of many minor groups and thus represents the 3-digit code used by the NOC. There are 89 sub-major groups in NOC 2021 version 1.0.
  • Minor groups: The 4-digit, Minor group, represents the domain in which an occupation is carried out. It is an aggregation of many unit groups and thus it represents the 4-digit code used by the NOC. There are 162 minor groups in NOC 2021 version 1.0.

Unit groups: The 5-digit, Unit group, represents one or several occupations combined within the NOC. It is the most detailed level of the classification. There are 516 unit groups in NOC 2021 version 1.0.

Structural change in NOC 2021 Version 1.0

These are the major structural changes in the NOC 2021 Version 1.0 as compared to the 2016 version of the NOC code.

NOC 2016 Version 1.3 NOC 2021 Version 1.0

4-digit NOC code

5-digit NOC code

Ex: 1122 NOC

Ex: 11202 NOC

Skill level

TEER system

0, A, B, C and D

0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

500-unit groups

516-unit groups

No additional CRS score

200 CRS score to TEER 0

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