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QASELcon Townsville, 4-5 November

Registration Now Open!

QASEL is bringing high quality professional learning to Townsville!  School leadership teams, lead teachers, inclusion staff, therapists – everyone will benefit from this professional learning and networking opportunity. 

Confirmed keynote speakers include; Peter Kelly (Deputy Director-General State Schools), Steve Francis, Lorena Clayton, Ric Day (QASEL President), a range of presentations from the Disability and Inclusion and Curriculum, Teaching and Learning branches, and local school presentations.  The programs will closely mirror and advance on the Brisbane conference, including the QASELcon dinner where we will hear from Lyle Giles (Regional Director – NQR). While we expect a large audience from our northern regions, all members and leaders from across Queensland are welcomed.

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Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Queensland Association of Special Education Leaders (QASEL), the peak professional organisation for special education leaders across Queensland.

 

QASEL represents, advocates for, and supports Principals, Deputy Principals, Heads of Special Education Services (HOSES), Heads of Curriculum and other leaders and aspirants across all sectors of education in Queensland.

 

In 2021 we welcome our new president, Ric Day and thank our outgoing president Roselynne Anderson.

Our website is new and content is being added regularly. Please look around but visit again soon to stay up to date with changes and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Your QASEL membership also includes membership to the Australian Special Education Principals Association (ASEPA).

Established in 1998, ASEPA is the peak national organisation representing school based special education principals and leaders in Australia. ASEPA parallels similar peak bodies such as the Australian Primary Principals Association and the Australian Secondary Principals Association. The unique patterns of education service delivery to students with disabilities and special educational needs requires ASEPA to represent special education leaders across all sectors of schooling including early intervention, primary and secondary. Each state and territory are represented. ASEPA is QASEL’s national body and is represented through QASEL membership at the Board and National Council level.

 

Check out the ASEPA website asepa.edu.au/ for more information.