Leadership development funding for Australia’s special education community 


To make an expression of interest for the Special Education Leadership Program and associated scholarship funding please complete the form. Upon submission of your form a NESLI program advisor will contact you to discuss next steps.

To contact the NESLI Admissions Department please call 1300 938 470 or email info@nesli.org

Supporting leadership excellence across Australia’s special education community

$2,000 scholarships are currently available for teachers and school leaders across Australia’s special education community to assist them in undertaking the Special Education Leadership Colloquium.

Applications close on 21st December 2019.

About the Special Education Leadership Colloquium​


Standard Course Fee: $4,780

Scholarship Available: $2,000

Fees Payable: $2,780

The Special Education Colloquium is an intensive twelve-month development program that focuses on the critical dimensions of effective leadership and people management within a special education context. The program equips participants with the insights, skills and confidence to accelerate their own capacity as they simultaneously strengthen the performance of their students, their colleagues and their school.

The program employs an integrated learning methodology based around expert tuition, peer knowledge-sharing, practical workplace application and guided self-reflection. 

Further Program Information

Suitable for: High performing teachers, middle leaders, senior leaders 

Duration: 12 months (estimated average of 2 hours per week)

Delivery Format: Synchronous and asynchronous online​ learning

Key themes: Leadership and Authenticity, Team Dynamics, Driving Performance, Leading Innovation and Change, Thinking Strategically, Purpose and Priorities, Professional Development

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