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Registrations for QASELcon23
Together Towards Tomorrow are open now!

Run in partnership with the Australian Special Education Principals’ Association, the 2023 joint QASEL/ASEPA National Conference will attract special education leaders from across the country.

This year, our Conference theme is ‘Together Towards Tomorrow’.  This conference will be held at the Hilton Brisbane from Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 August 2023.

QASELcon23 is not just another event; it's an opportunity to explore new ideas, discover innovative approaches, and connect with like-minded professionals who share your passion for education.

Registrations for this highly anticipated conference are open now! For the first time ever, we are also trialling live stream of some presentations. Don't wait to register, our early-bird discounts are only available for a short time, so secure your spot now before prices go up.

Click below to find more information and to register now!

Welcome to QASEL

Welcome to the website of the Queensland Association of Special Education Leaders (QASEL).

QASEL is the peak professional association for special education leaders across Queensland. Our members are Principals, Deputy Principals, Heads of Special Education Services, Heads of Department and other leaders and aspirants, who support students with disability, across all sectors of education in Queensland. Some members are based in special schools, many support students with disability and diverse learners in primary, secondary and early childhood settings.

Our website content is added to 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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ASEPA Membership

Established in 1998, ASEPA is the peak national organisation representing school based special education principals and leaders in Australia.

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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 for more information

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