Mayfield Education is committed to continuous quality improvement, is fully compliant and registered under the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) standards and is ISO 9001 certified. A copy of the AQTF Audit Report can be obtained by request to Mayfield Education.
ABN: 26 540 881 341
Explore how you can become a health care professional. Wach our Mayfield Promo
Empowering individuals and organisations through learning and development to improve health outcomes.
Leading innovation and excellence in the delivery of training and education for health and community services.
We embrace new ideas and evidence based approaches in all we do
We work to the highest possible standards to achieve quality outcomes based on best practice
We strive to develop individuals and organisational knowledge, skills and abilities in achieving our goals
We always act with honesty, openness and fairness
We respect each other, the needs of individuals and the reputation of Mayfield Education
Mayfield Education is Victoria’s leading staff education and training centre for the health and community services sector. Mayfield Education was established in 1963 and for over 45 years, Mayfield has provided health and community services training programs, courses and services that equip people with practical, work related skills.
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Testimonials July 2012
“I completed my Cert IV Allied Health Assistance in 2011. Our classes were conducted by a range of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and other specialities. This variety provided me with a greater appreciation of the allied health fields and also affirmed my desire to work with and help others. Five weeks of clinical placement, further inspired me to learn more. This year I commenced a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Already I have found the content and experience I gained at Mayfield incredibly beneficial in my studies.”
Anita (Allied Health Assistant Course)
“I wanted to say thank you to the staff for the quick attention to my work. It was a wonderful experience to have had your support for the 12 months of my course”
Terri Anne (Certificate in Stomal Therapy Nursing)
“My placement was very good and although the first day was daunting they made me feel at home and explained every aspect of the role. It was great and I am confident that this is what I want to do “
Shaji (Operating Theatre Technician Course)
What Makes Mayfield Different
Mayfield Education has achieved 50 years of success in leading and providing quality training and education to the health care industry.
Mayfield Education prides itself on the support we give our students, the quality of teaching and the ease of access to course coordinators. The range of Certificate, Short Courses and Consultancy Services has been developed to meet the needs of students and the healthcare industry at a Victorian and nationwide level. The quality and relevance of our programs has resulted in Mayfield Education courses often being cited as the industry preferred qualification.
At Mayfield Education staff hold appropriate education qualifications as well as qualifications in their area of specialty, and only external professionals considered experts in their field teach in our programs. Recent developments include contemporary and innovative blended learning experiences which enable online access and support for all students. These standards and innovations ensure that our students receive quality tuition that is both relevant and current.
Mayfield Education’s supportive learning environment has assisted in giving many students the extra confidence and skills needed to achieve their goals. Many of our students continue on to advance their employment and careers, further study and successes.
At Mayfield Education we are committed to assisting students to achieve and learn and thus have the opportunity to advance themselves given their commitment to succeed in their chosen field. We believe that the quality of teaching, the low student to educator ratio resulting in small class sizes and the amount of support given to students undertaking courses is what’s really important. This is what makes the difference.