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Australian Federation of Specialised Education - Learning and Growing Values

What is special education?

There are still those who are confused with what special education is and how it can help kids and parents. In order to make the explanation easier, here’s a short video explaining what special education is and how important it is for kids with special needs.

Communication is Key

Without communication in today’s world, you truly have nothing, as your words shape your reality. Whether managing in individual, business or another part of your life, openness is of the utmost importance for send as well as all the more essentially get messages and discussion.

AFSE place extraordinary accentuation into the greater part of our training on correspondence and the force that it has. We educate the estimation of correspondence in a way that does not make control strategies or approaches to decipher; rather we utilize communication as an instrument to tune in, to get what is said.

AFSE are as of now during the time spent adding to a correspondence course educational programs devoted to instructing exclusively about correspondence and spreading it around the world.


If there is one thing that stands out for us most here at AFSE, it is that communication is absolute key. Without communication, you really have nothing, as your words shape your world.

Whether dealing in personal, business or other aspect of your life, communication is key to not only send but more importantly receive messages and conversation.

We place great emphasis into all of our education on communication and the power that it possesses. We teach the value of communication in a way that does not create manipulation tactics or ways to interpret, instead we use communication as a tool to listen, to get what is said, and to be able to portray communication back with presence in your words.

AFSE are currently in the process of developing a communication course curriculum dedicated to teaching solely about communication, vs it being within the existing special education. We strongly look forward to developing this out and beginning to teach people some true values that they can apply to all areas of life with some serious access to power.

Stay tuned.

Australian Qualification Framework

The Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) holds strong relation to Specialized education.

Each Australian Qualification Framework, qualification type, includes set requirements for the overall construction of Australian Qualification Framework qualifications.

These include: The levels of criteria, the qualification type description and information that relates to the responsibilities of developers, authorities and organisations. AQF qualifications make sure of national recognition, that expresses a shared level of common understanding across Australia.

An example of specialized education and a AQF qualification in the field of child care is: “Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care”.

As you can see. This qualification includes the level of education (Level III), the type of qualification (Certificate III) and the description of area/industry (Early Childhood Education and Care).

Specialized training institutes educate people with set teachings in order to qualify people for these qualifications. Often these are Registered Training Organisations (RTO) working in conjunction with trainers and assessors. click on the link to see an example from Melbourne in the industry of child care.

Specialized Education

Specialized education is defined by ‘My Brain’ as:

“The practice of educating people with specific or specialized knowledge and intellectual understanding related to a series of life areas/engagements/requirements”

For example: To become a Vet (Veterinarian) you need to have speciliazed education to teach you how to work with and treat animals effectively. Specialized education can come from many streams including university, online and offline courses, practices and more.

Special Education

Special education as defined by Wikipedia is:

‘The practice of educating (refer to previous post for definition) students with special needs, in an effective way which addresses any/all of their individual needs and/or differences”

In essence. Special education is educating those with individual needs by different means of practice


The definition of education (according to dictionary.com) is:

the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge,developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.”

In other words education is: A process of learning that develops human beings to be equipped with knowledge, intellectual ability and reasoning.

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