BC PNP Points Calculator | Skilled Immigration Registration System (SIRS)

Calculate your BC PNP Score for free, know your SIRS Points status to make an informed decision for your BC PNP Application. If you are eligible and want to apply for BC PNP you are required to create a profile and provide detailed information about your Job Offer. For those with work permits and already working for the employer, you could use your current employment information or provide details of future promotion or a new potential employer. Remember that employers must also meet the eligibility criteria to support your BC PNP application. The other 3 factors are your directly related work experience, your education, and language ability determined by CLB level (IELTS or CELPIP Score).

What Is the SIRS Points System? 

The SIRS points system allows British Columbia to determine applicants’ eligibility, send invitations to apply (ITA) and process applications that help fulfill the gaps in British Columbia’s Labor Market. The ITA is sent to a set number of applicants in each draw determining the cut-off points within each category.

Calculate BC PNP Points for Free
Know Your BC PNP Qualification Status
Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer*

Bonus – Occupation is a “00” NOC*
Is your Occupation identified in the Top 100 occupations in the BC Labour Market Outlook 2014-2024 ?*
Link to High Demand Occupations

Are you Currently working in B.C. for the employer in occupation identified in the BC PNP registration?*
Hourly Wage for Job offer in BC*
Schedule Hour’s in Week?*
Select Area of Employment*

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

At Least 1 year of directly related experince in Canada?*
Highest Level of Education*

Post-Secondary Education Completed in B.C?*
Post-secondary education completed in Canada (outside of B.C.)
Do you have Education Credential Assessment from qualified supplied?*
Do you have have trades certifiate assessment from the industry Training Authority?*
Language Points (CLB Level)*

Total points under British Columbia Province Nominee Program (BC PNP)