Wallis is conducting a survey reviewing the Port Phillip Planning Scheme, on behalf of the Port Phillip Council. The Planning Scheme Review will evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Scheme. The survey is online with an option to complete over the phone, all numbers who haven’t completed the survey will be called 2 weeks into field, this call acting as a reminder. It is open until the 22nd of March.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has undertaken regular studies to understand community attitudes towards privacy in Australia since 1990. During March 2017, Wallis is conducting the survey on behalf of the OAIC with telephone and online options available, depending on what suits you best.
You may have received an SMS informing you that you have been selected for this survey. The SMS was sent to randomly generated mobile phone numbers as this is currently the best way of ensuring that all Australians are able to take part in the survey. The numbers do not come from any listing and are not used for any purpose other than contacting you about this survey. Note that the survey is open to all Australians who are over 18 years of age.
If you have any questions relating to the survey, including to make an appointment or opt-out, contact Wallis on 1800 113 444. Alternately you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) wants to ensure that Victorians are getting quality training outcomes and that the Victorian economy is getting the skills it requires. DET has engaged the services of Wallis Market and Social Research (Wallis), in partnership with CIRES at Victoria University to undertake a survey of employers regarding their experiences in meeting their skills needs.
Answers to frequently asked questions concerning the survey can be viewed HERE.
If you received a survey pack in the mail and have your ID number, please click HERE to access the survey page.
Wallis, with ACIL Allen, is reaching out to retrenched workers from the automotive manufacturing industry in Australia on behalf of the Federal Department of Employment. Wallis will be collecting data in order to review the Response Strategy to the closure of the industry in relation to the services provided to the workforce. Members of this group may be contacted and invited to take part through a range of methods – telephone, group discussions and face-to-face interviews.
How do you meet your skills needs? – A Survey of Australian Employers
For this survey 9,050 interviews will be conducted with Australian businesses between February and June 2017.
The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) manages the project on behalf of the Department of Education and Training. Wallis’ role is to contact selected organisations by mail, followed by a 10 minute telephone interview.
The survey has been conducted every two years since 1995, with the exception of 2003.
Over the years, the findings and recommendations from this project have influenced education policy and practice, particularly in the area of how businesses employ and train their staff.
Wallis is currently conducting a survey about community attitudes to land, water and vegetation management issues in Victoria. The agency we are conducting the survey on behalf of is a Victorian Government agency, however we need to see if people are aware of them, so we will reveal who it’s for after the start of the survey.
The survey is being conducted via telephone. All phone numbers have been provided by SamplePages.
The survey is open until Sunday 19th February.
Wallis conducts a survey with Victorian motorcycle riders on behalf of the Transport Accident Commission (TAC). This important survey explores motorcyclist’s beliefs and behaviours on the roads. By taking part in these surveys, you can assist the TAC in making Victorian roads safer for everyone.
Please click HERE to find out more about this survey and access the survey link.
Wallis is excited to be teaming up with Monash University on the Our Lives project for the first time in 2015. This insightful, ongoing study follows a large cohort of young Australians and looks at how global change and uncertainty influences young people’s attitudes, beliefs and choices as they navigate through life. Click here to learn more about the project.
Wallis, with ACIL Allen, is reaching out to retrenched workers from Ford on behalf of Auto Skills Australia (ASA). Wallis will be collecting data in order to review the Transition Program during the closure of Ford’s manufacturing operations in Geelong and Broadmeadows to assist Ford company workers and workers in the supply chain to transition to alternative employment. Members of this group and their partners may be contacted and invited to take part through a range of methods – telephone, group discussions and face-to-face interviews.
This major study of young people is one of the largest longitudinal surveys in Australia. The survey follows the progress of young people as they make the transition from the final years of secondary school, through post-school study, training and/or job search. Participants in the study are generally introduced to the survey through their school at age 15, and remain as a part of the panel until around the age 25. Each panel member is interviewed annually. Click here for more information about the LSAY project.