Can I use work experience from more than 1 employer to apply to the caregiver pilots?
Yes. You can use work experience from more than 1 employer to apply for the Home Child Care Provider or Home Support Worker Pilots as long as that work experience is in the same eligible occupation.
You can’t combine work experience from 2 different occupations.
Depending on which pilot you apply for, your work experience must be in 1 of these National Occupational Classification (NOC) jobs:
- Home child care provider - NOC 44100 (experience as a foster parent doesn’t count)
- Home support worker - NOC 44101
For example, if you worked full-time as a home child care provider for 2 different employers, you can use that work experience towards your eligibility.
However, if you worked full-time as a home child care provider for 1 employer and as a home support worker for another employer, you can’t combine that work experience.
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