Mayfield Education

Allied Health Assistance

Below is a listing of our courses oferred under Allied Health Assistance program. There is a brief description of each course, and a link to the course content and application form. Information Session Presentation

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The Allied Health Assistance course coordinator is Andrew Mashoian, a current health and fitness professional with an extensive background in a variety of settings within the health industry. Andrew has a number of years experience working within the education sector as a trainer, assessor and coordinator. He currently specialises in Health Promotion, Exercise and Human Movement and is running his own personal training business to complement his work at Mayfield Education. Andrew can be contacted at

bulletCertificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (HLT42512)

Allied Health Assistants work directly with clients to implement allied health programs. They may work under the supervision of physiotherapists, dieticians, podiatrists, speech therapists and occupational therapists.

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Applicants may be eligible for funding under the "Skills Victoria - Victorian Training Guarantee". Please check the funding table for eligiblity criteria or contact Mayfield Education Student Services for further information.

For information regarding undergraduate scholarships click on the following link Royal College of Nursing (RCNA) which provides details.

The Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) administers the Allied Health Streams of the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS). Funding is provided by the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA). For information regarding these scholarships click on the following link SARRAH which provides details.

bulletFoot Care – 1 day short course

Problems with the feet may be the first signs of medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and nerve and circulatory disorders. All people may require assistance from health professionals and carers in foot care in order to maintain good function and prevent foot problems.

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