National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 1315 is for Customs, ship and other brokers job titles.
NOC skill type/level: Skill Level B
- Completion of secondary school is required.
- Some post-secondary education in commerce or a related field may be required.
- Customs brokers require several years of on-the-job training and completion of a customs brokers training program through the International Federation of Customs Brokers Association.
- A customs broker licence, issued by the Canada Border Services Agency, is required for an individual or company to operate a customs brokerage business.
- Shipbrokers selling cargo space on ships usually require several years of on-the-job training or related experience such as shipping company scheduling experience. Shipbrokers selling watercraft usually require in-depth experience with, and knowledge of, various watercraft.
- Correspondence courses from the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers are available for shipbrokers.
List of Job Titles for NOC 1315 – Customs, ship and other brokers job titles
- cargo broker
- chartered shipbroker
- customs broker
- customs clearance agent
- customs consultant
- customs house broker
- customs information broker
- customs rater
- designated shipbroker
- gas broker
- licensed customs broker
- oil lease broker
- qualified customs broker
- royalty broker
- ship agent
- ship line agent
- supply chain specialist – customs brokerage
- yacht broker