Australian Bureau of Statistics
1304.5 - Stats Talk WA, Sep 2010
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ABS Statistical Training
Making Quality Informed Decisions
This 1 day course is intended to assist people to effectively use a quality framework to systematically understand quality issues associated
with using data sources.
This course will also equip participants with the necessary skills to apply that understanding when making a decision (eg, on policy).
There is also a strong emphasis on the importance of using good quality data to promote informed decision-making.
This course is suitable for those who may need to develop and manage data collections, and wish to look at quality improvement.
▪ Ability to determine a data need using a quality framework.
▪ The skills to quality assess and evaluate possible data sources in the context of the data need (using a quality framework).
▪ Ability to identify the limitations of a data source using the results of the evaluation, the knowledge and ability to apply risk manage-
ment concepts to make an informed decision.
Date: 30 November 2010
Venue: Level 15, Exchange Plaza
2 The Esplanade, Perth
Registrations: (08) 9360 5205
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This page last updated 14 December 2010