Australian Bureau of Statistics
1301.6.55.001 - Tasmanian Statistical News, Jun 2009
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/06/2009
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A key aspect of the ABS 2011 Census planning is the Census Engagement Strategy, which aims to increase support for the Census across the community to achieve the best possible count. Over the coming year, ABS staff will be visiting various parts of Tasmania to gather local intelligence and share ideas for addressing challenges in field collection. We will be seeking opportunities to work with organisations and community groups to progress this strategy.
In addition, a small team from the ABS Office in Tasmania will be examining state geography as part of the design of Census collector workloads from late-2009. This team may be in contact with various government agency planning areas, real estate companies, property developers and other holders of information to discuss recent building approvals, land developments and other impacts on dwelling counts.
Census data play a central role in determining funding allocations to local governments and is an important resource for planning carried out by governments, organisations and individuals. ABS contact with local representatives in Tasmania will help produce statistics that are accurate and paint a clear picture of communities.
For further information contact Libby O'Toole on (03) 6222 5853 or email email@example.com, or check out our 2011 Census of Population and Housing Local & Regional Engagement Strategy brochure (cat. no. 2911.0.55.001).
UPCOMING FREE SEMINARS
Our seminar program, formerly known as the Tasmanian CUPS (Community of Users and Producers of Statistics) seminars, is free and well-attended.
Two seminars coming up in the next few months are:
If you wish to attend or would like more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPCOMING TRAINING: TURNING DATA INTO INFORMATION
Overview: Develops skills in interpreting and analysing data and communicating information clearly and effectively. Analytical thinking enables data to be transformed into meaningful information. Relevant messages are extracted to meet objectives. Understanding the issue, analysis tools and techniques, clearly presenting conclusions.
Format: 2 day workshop
Who should attend: People working with data who wish to extract relevant information and communicate that information to a variety of audiences, e.g. through written reports.
Course Outcomes: Understanding how the collection and compilation of data affect its usefulness, quality and relevance. Ability to draw conclusions from the analysis, to communicate results effectively, and to present tables and graphs. Recognise possible pitfalls in analysis
Cost: $750 (inc. GST) per person
Date: 22 & 23 July 2009
Venue: Australian Bureau of Statistics, 200 Collins Street, Hobart
If you wish to enrol or want more information please email: email@example.com.
It can also assist those developing statistical collections to produce high quality outputs.
The ABS Data Quality Framework is designed for use by a range of data users and providers in different settings, including government agencies, statistical agencies and independent research agencies. For example, the ABS Data Quality Framework will be used to assess the quality of performance indicator data linked to a number of National Agreements in key policy areas signed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in late 2008.
For more information about the ABS Data Quality Framework, please contact the Methodology and Data Management Division, ABS (Canberra) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone via the ABS National Information and Referral Service on: 1300 135 070.
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