The ABS Information Consultancy service can provide a wide range of ABS data tailored to meet your individual needs. Our consultants can provide reports containing tables, commentary and maps highlighting the characteristics of your target market, or customised demographic data for planning service delivery. Consultants can assist with the provision of data for the most recent period available or on a time series basis.
The ABS Information Consultancy service is available to the whole community on a fee for service basis.
To discuss your information needs please contact the National Information Referral Service (NIRS) on 1300 135 070 or email <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The ABS provides training on a range of topics to develop skills for high quality statistical collections and statistical analysis. Our training programs are conducted by ABS staff with expertise in designing questionnaires, analysing data and managing the survey process. The courses teach practical skills by involving participants in individual and group exercises.
Courses available at ABS Victoria can be seen on the training calendar or course profile pages of the ABS training page.
ABS Victoria's training venue is : ABS Office, Level 5, South Tower, 485 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.
We're located 100m west of Flagstaff Station, near King St.
Course times are normally 9:00am - 4:30pm, but occasionally vary.
For further information contact Esther Cramer on (03) 9615 7904 or email <email@example.com>
|ABS also offers a suite of 'Understanding Statistics' webpages. These webpages consist of a range of fact sheets, information guides, video tutorials, presentations and online courses to help you: find the statistics you're looking for; understand statistical concepts and processes; analyse, interpret and evaluate statistical information; communicate statistical findings with tables and graphs. Check out the Introduction to Statistics Online Course for a comprehensive overview of statistics. Or have a look at our Online Video Tutorials and Presentations to find out more about specific topics of interest. |
This page first published 18 May 2007, last updated 10 June 2011