AISWA Services Directory

AISWA provides a wide range of high quality services and support to Member schools as our primary responsibility. However, AISWA also endeavours to support every education sector by making available exceptional Professional Learning opportunities to all educators, as well as publications - some shared for free and others from the Online Bookstore.

AISWA is recognised for professionalism, friendliness and quality of service. AISWA prides itself on ensuring that the services delivered are based on current national and international research to enhance the educational standards within the Independent Schools sector.

AISWA Member Resources and Support

AISWA Member school staff can access exclusive resources and comprehensive information in the Member Portal

Contact details for all AISWA consultants is also available to Member school staff only via the online Staff Directory.

AISWA Services List and Contact Details

AISWA’s services are wide-ranging, supporting all facets of education from governance, leadership, teaching and support staff, to students and the wider school community. Please see the list below - broadly grouped - and contact AISWA Reception if the query relates to an unlisted service.



Contact the teams:

Media Releases

Representation to Government


Applications (Funding/Membership)


Contact the teams:

Capital Grants Authority

Choice and Affordability Fund

Copyright Applications 

Federal + State Funding Programs

Inclusive Education Funding

Membership to AISWA

National Wellbeing Program

Microsoft Licensing Consortium Membership

VET Applications

Consultancy + Professional Learning


Contact the teams:

AISWA Online Learning

AISWA School Psychology Service

Curriculum and Pedagogy (all Subject areas, Literacy, Numeracy, Digital Literacy)

Early Childhood

Inclusive Education

Leadership and Teacher Quality

NAPLAN data collection and Valuate website

National Certification for HALT

Registration, Policy and Compliance

Vocational Education and Training

Website PL Registration difficulties (Web Support)

Governance and Administration


Contact the teams:

Capital Grants Authority

Group Schemes and Contracts

Human Resource Management

Industrial Matters

Legal Matters

Legislative Requirements (School Operations)

Policies and Procedures (Schools + Boards)

School Planning

More About Student Support Services

AISWA's Member schools appreciate the excellent, personalised work undertaken by the key service teams below. Please read more about these.

Inclusive Education


The AISWA Inclusive Education team is available to Member schools for a wide range of IE services. Consultants are allocated to specific regions/schools so that highly personalised and well-informed advice is tailored to meet the needs of each school. The team has a very diverse range of specialist knowledge and, as well as personalised services onsite for school staff, offers a range of open professional learning opportunities via the AISWA PL calendar.  

Members also have access to a regular Inclusive Education Newsletter delivered direct by email on subscription via their website account Dashboard, Update My Details, Preferences tab.

Member Schools - including regional and remote areas - can contact the Inclusive Education Consultants to request specific Professional Learning. 

Areas of expertise include:

  • Adjustments for Students with Disability

  • Assistive Technologies

  • Disability Specific PL (ASD, Specific Learning Difficulties, ADHD Sensory Impairments etc)

  • Disability Legislation (Disability Discrimination Act 1992 & Disability Standards for Education 2005)

  • Education Assistant PL (Inclusive Education, Disability, Working Collaboratively)

  • Educators (Mainstream) PL (Inclusive Education, Disability, Working Collaboratively)

  • Funding Special Needs

  • Gifted Education

  • IE Coordinator Admin Training

  • IE Funding Processes

  • IE Networking Breakfasts

  • Learning Difficulties

  • Nationally Consistent Collection of Data - Information Session

  • Nationally Consistent Collection of Data - Moderation Session

  • Transition for students with disabilities

  • Writing Documented Plans (IEP, CAP, Support Plans, Health Care Plans etc)

Child Protection

AISWA's Consultant for Child Protection supports member schools in the management of the complexities in providing child protection and safety for all students, including professional learning, consultation including support in reporting child abuse and meeting Standard 10 (Child Abuse Prevention) in the Guide to the Registration Standards and Other Requirements for Non-Government Schools.

Please forward any enquiries to the Child Protection Consultant via email.

AISWA School Psychology Service

 The role of the AISWA School Psychology Service (ASPS) is to assist AISWA schools and school staff in supporting, engaging and educating their students.  

ASPS apply their psychological and educational expertise to support academic success, psychological health, and social and emotional wellbeing through both preventative and point of need services and through consultation processes and programme delivery for schools.   ASPS bring a wide range of skills and competencies and draw on best-practice and evidence-informed interventions. ASPS values the independence of the schools being served and is respectful of both their autonomy and diversity. 

Please forward any enquiries to the ASPS Lead Psychologist via email.

AISWA Member school staff can access exclusive ASPS resources in the Member Portal

Wellbeing Programs

AISWA has consultants that support and promote general staff and student (and family) wellbeing in schools. Account holders can subscribe to the Wellbeing Newsletter at Dashboard, My Details, Options.

Schools can also apply for the National Schools Wellbeing Program.

Log in to the Member Portal to access Wellbeing resources.


John Wollaston students

Image: John Wollaston Anglican Community School