Contact us13 May 2020
Based on the Government’s recommendations the NCVER office in Light Square is closed for the foreseeable future. NCVER’s business as usual operations will continue while staff are working from home. If needed, please use the information below to contact our staff either by phone or email.
Phone: +61 8 8230 8400
60 Light Square
PO Box 8288
NCVER's hours of operation are
Monday to Friday 8:45am - 5:00pm (ACST)
Staff email addresses use the following format: firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome your comments and suggestions about any of the services or products offered by NCVER. Please submit your feedback using our Feedback Form.
We can help you with questions about the AVETMISS national data standard, the AVETMISS validation software and the AVETMISS Data Entry Tool.
NCVER's client support team can be contacted in a number of ways:
Is your query about state or territory specific reporting requirements? Please contact your State/Territory Training Authority (STA). You can find contact information for STAs here.
Digital Publishing & Communications
Copyright, publication and newsletter enquiries, events and PR.
PR and Social Media Officer
For all privacy related enquiries.
For further detailed information on apprentice and trainee data.
For further information on Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth.
For data requests relating to these surveys, student outcomes survey, and employer use and views survey and apprentice and trainee experience and destination survey.
Product allowing users to construct own tables via interactive web interface. How to register information.
For all enquiries regarding the National Vocational Education and Training Research (NVETR) Program or NCVER's in-house research program.
Contact the library with your general library queries, including information requests, literature searches, interlibrary loans, and requests for group training in using VOCEDplus.
For information about VOCEDplus, a website and international research database for tertiary education relating to workforce needs, skills development, and social inclusion.