阿省机遇类别 AOS 工作经验要求 － Work experience requirements
兼职工作不认可，全职的标准是一周 30 个小时，必须与当前的工作一致，不能是学习期间获得的也不允许实习经验（毕业生工签申请人在阿省获得的与当前职业高度相关的全职 co-op 工作会被计算在内）。
Work experience requirements
- Your “current occupation” is the occupation you are working in at the time your application is postmarked to the AINP.
- You must be working in an occupation that matches your work experience at the time your application is postmarked and at the time the AINP assesses your application.
Qualifying Work Experience
At the time your application is postmarked you must have either:
- a minimum of 12 months full-time work experience in your current occupation in Alberta within the last 18 months; or
- a minimum of 24 months of full-time work experience in your current occupation in Canada and/or abroad within the last 30 months
- This work experience can be a combination of experience gained in Alberta, in Canada (outside Alberta) and/or abroad; or
- if you are a Post-Graduation Work Permit holder:
- a minimum of 6 months full-time work experience in your current occupation in Alberta within the last 18 months; and
- your current occupation must be related to your field of study in Alberta of your Alberta Advanced Education approved credential at an Advanced Education approved Alberta public and private post-secondary institution.
- In addition, if you are admitted to your Alberta credential program on or after October 1, 2018 and you completed an Advanced Education-approved one year post-graduate certificate, your occupation must also be related to your previous undergraduate or graduate field of study outside Canada.
The work experience in the qualifying period:
- must have been full-time, for a minimum of 30 hours/week; part-time work will not be considered,
- must be for the same occupation as your current occupation,
- must have been authorized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and with valid temporary resident status if completed in Alberta or Canada, and
- cannot have been gained while studying in Canada and doing co-op work placements or internships as part of a study program,
- There is an exception to this rule if you are a Post-Graduation Work Permit holder. Work experience completed during paid co-op work terms that was part of a program of study at an Alberta post-secondary institution can be used by Post-Graduation Work Permit holders to meet the work experience criteria if it meets the following criteria:
- the paid co-op work term was full-time (minimum 30 hours per week),
- the work experience is directly related to your current occupation, and
- the work experience was all gained in Alberta.
At the time your application is postmarked and at the time the AINP assesses your application for nomination:
- You must have the required licensing, registration or certification to work in your current occupation in Alberta.
- You must have a bona fide full-time job offer from an Alberta employer to work in your current occupation in Alberta and be working full-time for that employer in Alberta in that occupation.
- Your Alberta employer must be incorporated or registered by or under an act of the legislature of a province, territory, or the Parliament of Canada and operating as a business that has an established production capability, plant or place of business in Alberta, and
- Your job offer must be signed by you and your Alberta employer and must offer:
- continuous, paid work,
- full-time work, defined as a minimum of 30 hours/week,
- employment for 12 months or more,
- work in your current occupation, and
- work for an eligible AINP occupation for which you have a work permit that meets AINP work permit requirements
- The following individuals are not eligible, even if they have a job offer to work 30 hours a week or more in a 12-month period:
- part-time employees, regardless of their working hours,
- independent contractors, business owners or temporary agency workers, including individuals listed as Directors, Shareholders or Agents of the Alberta employer on the Corporate Registry System (CORES),
- employees who work in Alberta in a place of employment that is not zoned for commercial or industrial operations, such as a home-based business, or
- employees who do not work on premises in Alberta, such as those who work in a “virtual” location or serve the employer by telecommuting from a location outside Alberta.