Current Surveys

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Essential Services Commission

Customer Impact Reporting – Victorian Energy Market

The Essential Services Commission has engaged Wallis to conduct research about the customer impacts of the 2019 Energy Retail Code amendments.

Victoria Government Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions

Victorian Design Capabilities 2019

Wallis conducts this research on behalf of the Victorian Government’s Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR).This research consists of two telephone surveys:1) A survey of consultancies whose main activity is the provision of design services, and 2) A larger survey of businesses and organisations, with regard to their use of design in their business.

Australian Government Department of Employment, Skills, Small & Family Business

Career Transition Assistance Program (CTA) Evaluation

The Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business is evaluating the Career Transition Assistance (CTA) program, by seeking the experiences of people who are both enrolled in the CTA program as well as those potentially eligible for CTA but not registered.

Australian Government Department of Employment, Skills, Small & Family Business

Stronger Transitions Evaluation

Wallis with ACIL Allen are conducting an evaluation of the Stronger Transitions program to inform ways in which the Department can effectively provide assistance to workers who are experiencing retrenchment.

Victorian Department of Education and Training & ACIL Allen

Child Information Sharing Scheme Review

The Victorian Government Department of Education & Training has engaged ACIL Allen Consulting and Wallis Market & Social Research (Wallis) to conduct a review of the Child Information Sharing (CIS), providing a comprehensive assessment of the implementation and operation of the scheme.


Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth

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.