This project is offering workers an exciting opportunity to be involved in the first ‘digital census’ in history!
Join us on July 23rd at 11am, to find out how you can be a part of the 2021 National Census, the roles available, and the application process! We will be hosting an online information session, to support you through the process. The information session will give you a great boost in your application, and you will have a chance to ask questions to the host.
What is the census?
A census is a count of the whole population, including all households and communal establishments in England and Wales. Every 10 years since 1801, the nation has set aside 1 day for the census. It is the most complete source of information about the population we have.
Why is the census important?
is the only survey which provides a detailed picture of the entire population, and is unique because it covers everyone at the same time and asks the same core questions everywhere. This makes it easy to compare different parts of the country.
The information the census provides allows central and local government, health authorities and many other organisations to target their resources more effectively and to plan housing, education, health and transport services for years to come.
How can I be a part of the next census?
For the 2021 Census, we are looking for Phase One roles, people who will work with councils and communities to aid the success of the 2021 Census.
To take part in the information session, you will need to have access to any of the following and a stable internet connection:
The information session will take place on Zoom
Register HERE to attend the session, and prior to the event you will receive a link and password to access