To Promote

The professional and industrial interests of members of the Association.

To Provide

Professional development opportunities which enhance a quality support service to the Government education system in Western Australia.

To Facilitate

Liaison between the Department of Education and Training and the school work site.

To Forge

Links with Australian wide educational organizations of similar interests and objectives.

Become a Member

On March 12, 2018

“Organisations are reliant on the support and active participation of its members. WAMCSE is no different and appreciates ongoing support from schools across the State. Whether it is just a verbal recommendation, a helping hand, or an executive role – member support is vital to the growth of the organization.”  WAMCSE currently have a strong committee with both city and country representation, conducting business on behalf of its members. 

Click here to become a member


See what people had to say about our Conference

On October 5, 2018
  • WOW – so fantastic! Engaging and you come away feeling valued, appreciated and worthwhile in our schools
  • Congrats yet again to you all your efforts were well seen and appreciated. Your choice of speakers were inspirational & thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Congratulations and thank you for providing enlightening, inspiring and funny guest speakers.  We deserve to have a laugh and be encouraged in such a demanding and crucial role in schools.

WAMCSE 2019 Conference

On October 3, 2018

Our 2019 Conference “Creating Collaborative Culture” will be held at the Pan Pacific on Wednesday 3 April, Thursday 4 April and Friday 5 April 2019.

Come and join us for a fabulous lineup of Keynote speakers. Details coming soon!


In the meantime here’s a couple of photos from our 2018 Conference to tempt you….

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“Above and Beyond the Bottom Line” by Karen Starr

On January 30, 2016

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Karen’s latest book, “Education game changers: Leadership and the consequence of policy paradox” was released in 2015

“Business managers are moving from being back-room functionaries to prominent school leaders.”

On January 30, 2016

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