Courses

Our nursing courses, equipment and work practices have been developed in consultation with leading industry partners. This means we can offer you the best clinical placement opportunities while you study, so you can experience what it's like in the real world and build relationships with future employers.
With a Nursing course from Mayfield, you can gain the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a rewarding career in this field, supported by an industry recognised qualification.

Criteria for Course Places

All student selection for entry into courses is undertaken by the Course Coordinator, the Director of Education and other Mayfield Education staff as deemed appropriate. This constitutes the Selection Committee.

It is essential that all questions on the application form are answered adequately so we can make an informed decision. Demand for places may exceed the amount of places available. Selection Criteria for course position include:

  • Date application received
  • Application fully completed
  • Course entry requirement are met

Course/Training Program

Below is an alphabetical listing of all Mayfield courses/training programs.

There is a brief description of each course, the commencement date, and a link to the detailed brochure and application form.

Aged and Community Services

For those who want to work in Aged Care and Community Services.

The aim of this course is to prepare the student entering the healthcare workforce to safely and effectively work with people in community and residential care facilities. This qualification equips the student to undertake personal care and/or other activities of daily living.

Upon successful completion of this training, you will be qualified as a Personal Care Attendant.

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The aim of this course is to prepare the student entering the healthcare workforce to safely and effectively work with people who need assistance in community and residential aged care facilities.

This course can also be undertaken as an upskill program for those already with a Cert III or working as Personal Care Workers. You are able to enrol in one or more of our specialised units click on Related Courses tab for more details.

We can also run this at your work site for you (if there are a group of you) Please enquire with Student Services and/or the course coordinator.

Minimum age 18 years with a minimum of Year 10 or equivalent

Attendance at a Mayfield Education information session and interview; These dates are to be advised.

Police check and immunisation status required prior to work placement.

Pre course assessment in English language, literacy and numeracy including Computer skills to utilise Mayfield online learning resources.

Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.

Core Units
  • CHCCOM005-Communicate and work in health or community services
  • CHCDIV001-Work with diverse people
  • CHCLEG001-Work legally and ethically
  • HLTAAP001-Recognise healthy body systems
  • CHCCCS015-Provide individualised support
  • HLTWHS002-Follow safe work practices for direct client care
  • CHCCCS023-Support independence and well being
Elective Units
  • CHCAGE001-Facilitate the empowerment of older people
  • CHCAGE002-Implement falls prevention strategies
  • CHCAGE005-Provide support to people living with dementia
  • CHCCCS011-Meet personal support needs
  • HLTHPS006-Assist clients with medication
  • HLTINF001-Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

The course has 29 days of face to face training from 09:30 – 15:30

This course includes 15 days of workplace assessment of your skills at Blue Cross Aged Care

Blended learning which includes online learning, workbooks and face-to-face sessions

Skills demonstration and practice in the student simulation laboratory

Employers and Work Sites

This course can be run within the work place for you or your staff. Please contact the Director of Education via email to find out more about this option

2020 Intake Start Date: TBA

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Orientation Day.

Late applications will be considered.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study. At Mayfield we have engaging ways of learning and assessment which includes: Journal Writing, Case Studies, Group Presentation, Assignments, Role Play, On-line Learning, CD-ROM, self-paced learning packages and short answer & multi-choice questions.

Nationally Recognised Certificate

Once completed, this course enables easier entry to HLT54115-Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled Nursing) to approved applicants.

Funded Fee: $560

Funded Hourly Rate: $0.86

Concession Funded Hourly Rate: $0.17

Full Fee: $1,272 (includes materials fee)

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Fee instalment plans may be negotiated with students depending on individual circumstances.

Applicants who are up-skilling will be eligible for funding under the “Skills First”. Please check the Funded Courses tab for eligibility criteria.

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Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Individual units

This qualification contains a number of well-chosen specialty electives. These can be enrolled in individually for those seeking continuing professional development or to become leaders in any of these important areas. These are also offered on site in your workplace (depending on numbers) in the following areas:

Medications – HLTHPS006 Assist clients with medication

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to prepare for and provide medication assistance, and complete medication documentation. It also involves supporting a client to self-administer medication. This unit applies to community services and health workers with authority in their state or territory to assist with the administration of medication.

Dementia – CHCAGE005 Provide support to people living with dementia

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide person-centred care and support to people living with dementia. It involves following and contributing to an established individual plan. This unit applies to workers in a residential or community context, including family homes. Work performed requires some discretion and judgement and may be carried out under regular direct or indirect supervision.

Falls prevention – CHCAGE002 Implement falls prevention strategies

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to work in partnership with older people and their carer/s to implement strategies to minimise the risk of falls.

Infection prevention – HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to follow organisational infection prevention and control procedures, including implementing standard and transmission-based precautions and responding to infection risks. This unit applies to individuals working in health and direct client care contexts and covers outbreak control interventions.

Quick Glance


Program code

CHC33015


Start date(s)

TBA


Program length

6 months with clinical placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Blended


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge required to provide entry level support for basic client care for a range of roles and purposes required within the aged care and disability support sectors. The support provided in client care will be predominantly non-direct, with some basic direct client care, in order to maintain the safety of both the learner and client in care.

This skill set is for individuals who use introductory care practices to support fully qualified carers within an aged care or disability support environment. Candidates who complete this skill set would be equipped with the skills and knowledge required to undertake job tasks to support fully qualified carers, such as making beds, providing assistance to maintain a clean environment and communicating with carers as part of the support service.

Australian citizens

This course is delivered over 2 weeks.

Week 1

3 days online learning plus 2 days undertaking practical workshops in the simulation laboratory

Week 2

5 consecutive days in the workplace (which Mayfield organises)

  • CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support
  • HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Monday 14 December

Mayfield uses a combination of assessments including on line quiz, short answer questions, demonstrations and work place assessments.

This is an accredited short course and at successful completion participants will receive a Nationally recognised skills set.

Successful completion of this skills set provides credit towards the Certificate III in Individual Support and other qualifications that allow for selection of these units.

FFS $2,500

Government funding is not available for this unit however Mayfield has a payment plan for students which enables incremental monthly payment of fees.

Mayfield uses blended learning which is a combination of online learning and site based practical workshops conducted at the Hawthorn East campus.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

  • Certificate III in Individual Support
  • Certificate III in Pathology Collection

Quick Glance


Program code

CHCSS00114


Start date(s)

Monday 18th January


Program length

1 month


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

5 days theory + 5 days placement


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Allied Health

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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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.

Mayfield Education is the only training organisation offering Allied Health Assistant Certificate IV course in Australia that delivers physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy specialisations.

This is an open entry program of study. Participants need to be able to read, write and communicate in English to a level required to do the job.

Computer skills are required to utilise Mayfield online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.

Including all pre-requisite and co-requisite units. This qualification includes the mandatory elective skill set in Physiotherapy and the mandatory elective skill set in Occupational Therapy, in addition to providing an introduction to speech pathology.

Core Units
  • Contribute and work in health or community services (CHCCOM005)
  • Work with diverse people (CHCDIV001)
  • Manage legal and ethical compliance (CHCLEG003)
  • Recognise healthy body systems (HLTAAP001)
  • Confirm physical health status (HLTAAP002)
  • Follow safe work practices for direct client care (HLTWHS002)
  • Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately (BSBMED301)
Elective Units
  • Deliver and monitor client specific physiotherapy program (HLTAHA003)
  • Support the delivery and monitoring of physiotherapy programs for mobility (HLTAHA005)
  • Assist with basic foot hygiene (HLTAHA006)
  • Assist with the development and maintenance of client functional status (HLTAHA010)
  • Support the fitting of assistive equipment (HLTAHA016)
  • Support the development of speech and communication skills (HLTAHA012)
  • Support client independence and community participation (HLTAHA004)
  • Work within a community rehabilitation environment (HLTAHA024)
  • Provide first aid (HLTAID003)
  • 2 days fortnightly classes from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm
  • 120 hours of clinical experience arranged with assistance from Mayfield

Intake 2, 2020: Thursday 24 September 2020, classes 2 days each fortnight Thursdays & Fridays

Application Closing Date
2 Weeks before Orientation Day.

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study. There are continuous assessment tasks throughout the course which have been designed to consolidate core knowledge and skill prior to final assessment. Tasks include practical exercises, written tests and completion of learning workbooks. Final competency assessment occurs in the workplace.

Nationally Recognised Certificate (including the mandatory elective skill sets in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy).

Additional units may be undertaken to complete the requirements for rehabilitation. Some credit may be granted towards tertiary studies in an Allied Health field.

Funded Fee: $1,500 (hourly rate $1.57)

Funded Concession Fee: $300 (hourly rate $0.31)

Fee for Services Fee: $9,123

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT43015


Start date(s)

24 September 2020


Program length

12 months with clinical placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 2 days each fortnight


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Allied Health Assistants work directly with clients to implement allied health programs and may work under the supervision of Allied Health professionals.

Mayfield Education will be offering qualified Allied Health Assistants shorts courses in the following areas: Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, First Aid, Speech Pathology and Massage.

These short courses would allow Allied Health Assistants to expand their treatment techniques and can be used as continuing professional development.

Existing healthcare professionals (AHA)

  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Speech Pathology
  • Massage

Each program runs for one day: 9am – 4pm with a 1 hour lunch provided.

  • Physiotherapy – Expression of Interest by email
  • Occupational Therapy – Expression of Interest by email
  • First Aid and CPR – Expression of Interest by email
  • Physiotherapy – Expression of Interest by email
  • Speech Pathology – 23 October 2020
  • Massage – 4 December 2020

Application Closing Date

Two weeks prior to course commencement. Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

This introduction may encourage participants to pursue further studies in this area.

$580. Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Allied Health Short Courses


Start date(s)

23 October 2020


Program length

1 day on-site


Campus

Mayfield Education


Face-to-Face: 9am to 4pm

Blended


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

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 and referral from health professionals and carers in foot care in order to maintain good function and prevent foot problems.

This course teaches safe and appropriate foot care techniques aimed at maintaining healthy foot function in all people. You will learn to identify high risk situations requiring referral to specialist podiatrists.

This course does not allow people to work as podiatrists or podiatry assistants. This course does not enable participants to work independently in this area in the community. Please consult your workplace guidelines and policies in relation to the foot care that you are able to provide.

Health care workers with an interest in foot care and podiatry

Health workers who care for the elderly and people with a disability.

Those with high risk feet who seek to prevent complications from sports and other injuries.

Foot anatomy and risk factors for foot pathology and identification of foot problems

Preventing and treating common foot disorders

First aid for acute foot injuries

Good footwear and correct fitting techniques

Resources including sources of equipment

Practice session: foot care including foot hygiene, toe nail cutting, and infection control/sterilisation practices

On completion, participants should be able to:
  • Describe the role of the podiatrist
  • Outline the structure of the feet and common disorders
  • List the factors that cause problems
  • Describe methods for treating and preventing the development of foot problems
  • Identify a ‘high risk’ foot and initiate appropriate interim management
  • Demonstrate skill in low risk foot care

This course is conducted by Registered Podiatrists.

It is a 1 day at Mayfield Education from 9am to 4pm

Intake 1, 2021: 1 February 2021

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement. Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

6 CNE points

$580. Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Caring for the Feet


Start date(s)

1 February 2021


Program length

1 day on-site


Campus

Mayfield Education


Study mode

Face-to-Face: 9am to 4pm


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Diabetes Education

Mayfield Education has been a core contributor to the education and training of Diabetes Educators for almost 20 years and is accredited by the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA).

Our Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care will provide eligible health professionals with the qualification to practice in diabetes education and subsequently seek registration as a Credentialled Diabetes Educator with ADEA on completion of the course.

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Mayfield Education is committed to innovation and excellence in the delivery of education and training for health and community services. The Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care is accredited by the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) and will provide eligible health professionals with the qualification to practice in diabetes education.

The Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care is unique in that it comprises 12 days (4 x 3 days) of campus-based study blocks including practical workshops in addition to online learning modules. The Mayfield course includes 1 week of participant observation on clinical placement.

Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care must be appropriately qualified and have a minimum 2 years post graduate experience.

Applicants must fall into the following categories:

  • Registered Nurse
  • Accredited Dietician
  • Registered Midwife
  • Direct Entry Midwife
  • Registered Podiatrist
  • Registered Pharmacist
  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist
  • Registered Physiotherapist

As the course requires completion of self-directed online learning, it is expected that applicants have level 2 computer skills to undertake this. To assess whether you have adequate skills please undertake the free self-assessment at http://surveys.nhaustralia.com.au/s3/NH-word-2013-Part-2

In order to proceed,

  1. Applicants must complete the relevant application form
  2. Attach a C.V.
  3. Include a statement of purpose for wishing to undertake this course (150 words maximum). Submission of this is made to the Student Services Officer a minimum of three weeks prior to course commencement.
  4. Proof of 2 years (FTE) post graduate experience
  5. Verification of current employment (recent employment within 6 months)
  6. Authenticated copies of qualifications and transcripts
Course Content

The Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care comprises campus-based and on-line learning modules as well as practical workshops.
Students are required to successfully complete the following.

Learning Modules:

Unit 1: Management of diabetes module will provide students with the key principles necessary to provide optimal care to patients presenting with Type 1 and 2 diabetes, based on the National Standards of Practice for Diabetes Educators.

Unit 2: Psychological and special needs in diabetes education module will provide students with the knowledge and skills to support and empower patients to self-manage their diabetes.

Unit 3: Teaching and learning module will provide students with the knowledge and skills to develop and implement evidence-based health education and health promotion programs in a range of settings.

Unit 4: Evidence-based practice in diabetes education will provide students with skills to critically evaluate and utilise current research to support the development and implementation of policy and procedures, and organisational change.

Workload

By committing to the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care it is expected you spend 8-10 hours per week studying and completing all learning modules for each unit of the course.

Campus Based Learning 4 x 3-day Study Blocks (12 Days)

Supportive and interactive campus based learning and practical workshops provide members with the opportunity to liaise with their fellow students and learn from the experiences of a range of health professionals currently working in the field of diabetes education. The workshops also equip students with practical skills that will support their learning.

Clinical Placement

Students are required to complete 40 hours of clinical placement which will provide them with the opportunity to develop and demonstrate competency in the tasks, skills and knowledge of a Diabetes Educator. This is organised by Mayfield Education. Please note, completion of the clinical practicum is a mandatory requirement for the course and for those seeking ADEA credentialling status.

The Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Health Care consists of 2 intakes per year. 

Intake 1 2021: commencing 9 March 2021

  • Block 1 – 9th, 10th & 11th March 2021
  • Block 2 – 8th, 9th & 10th June 2021
  • Block 3 – 7th, 8th & 9th September 2021
  • Block 4 – 7th, 8th & 9th December 2021

Late applications will be considered.

Application Closing Date:
2 weeks before classes start

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date.

A post graduate Higher Education Certificate

RCNA

Numerous categories of scholarship are available –
Go to www.rcna.org.au for details

Diabetes Victoria – Gwen Scott Diabetes Professional Development Grants Program –
Go to www.diabetesvic.org.au for details

Nurses Memorial Centre
Go to www.health.vic.gov.au/nursing/whats_new for details

For more information regarding Nursing and Allied Health scholarships please visit https://www.myhealthcareer.com.au/scholarships/

Recognition of Prior Learning

Mayfield Education aims to provide the recognition of a student’s skills and knowledge to enable their learning to be recognised which exceeds the entrance criteria of the course.

Please refer to the Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning policy to obtain more information Link to Procedure

Unit CodeUnit TitleNominal HoursFFS
Unit 1Management of Diabetes Mellitus212$2,915.30
Unit 2Psychological and Special Needs in Diabetes Education197$2,709.03
Unit 3Teaching and Learning142$1,952.70
Unit 4Evidence-based Practice in Diabetes Education149$2,048.96
Total Nominal Hrs + Total Prices700$9,626.00
Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

V12936


Start date(s)

9 March 2021 (Intake 1)


Program length

1 year


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

12 days


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

General

  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) program / First Aid program
  • Mental Health First Aid: A 2 day short course program
  • Returning to Study
  • Medical Terminology BSBMED301

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This Nationally recognised unit describes the skills and knowledge required to follow organisational infection prevention and control procedures, including implementing standard and transmission-based precautions and responding to infection risks.

This unit applies to any customer-facing worker who is eligible to work or volunteer in Victoria, irrespective of their citizenship or residency status with priority given to those working in retail, food handling and transport and logistics.

  1. Follow standard and additional precautions for infection prevention and control
  2. Identify infection hazards and assess risks
  3. Follow procedures for managing risks associated with specific hazards

As part of the course you will be required to perform:

  • hand hygiene and care of hand
  • use of personal protective equipment
  • handling of waste
  • enforcing clean and contaminated zones
  • limitation of contamination
  • surface cleaning

Skills will be demonstrated and assessed in the workplace.

Any customer-facing worker who is eligible to work or volunteer in Victoria, irrespective of their citizenship or residency status, with priority given to those working in retail, food handling and transport and logistics.

Basic computer skills are required to utilise Mayfield Online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete this blended training.

Course content consists of a number of methods to revise and reinforce best practice in infection prevention and control in the workplace. This includes the following topics:

  • Follow hand hygiene practices in accordance with organisations policies and procedures
  • Implement hand care procedures and cover cuts and abrasions
  • Follow organisation procedures for choice and use of personal protection equipment
  • Follow procedures for respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette
  • Follow procedures for environmental cleaning
  • Follow procedures for handling, transporting and processing of linen in a manner that controls the spread of infection
  • Follow procedures for disposal of contaminated waste
  • Follow procedures for handling and cleaning client equipment that prevents skin and mucous membrane exposures, contamination of clothing, and transfer of pathogens
  • Identify and respond to situations where additional precautions may be required to prevent transmission of infection
  • Identify infection hazards associated with own role and work environment
  • Identify own areas of responsibility in relation to infection prevention and control
  • Assess risk by determining the likelihood and severity of harm from identified hazards.
  • Document and report activities and tasks that put self, clients, visitors and/or other workers at risk
  • Identify appropriate control measures to minimise risk in accordance with organisations procedures
  • Follow protocols for care after exposure to blood or other body fluids as required
  • Place appropriate signs when and where appropriate
  • Remove spills in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation
  • Minimise contamination of materials, equipment and instruments by aerosols and splatter
  • Identify, separate and maintain clean and contaminated zones
  • Confine records, materials and medicaments to a well-designated clean zone
  • Confine contaminated instruments and equipment to a well-designated contaminated zone

Delivery is by online learning and self-paced learning materials. Online activities and assignments are provided.

Students must have access to a computer with internet capabilities.

On acceptance into the course, students will be provided with clear instructions and password to enter the online workshops and receive written materials.

This blended learning course is supported by a range of resources and facilitated by live online webinars (web-based seminars).

Subsequent to this, participants will be assisted with completion of simulations and associated workplace assessments which form a mandatory component of the course.

If a suitable workplace assessor is unavailable; Mayfield Education is able to organise a workplace assessment visit in collaboration with the management and supervisors of your workplace.

The duration of this course is approximate 3-6 months.

Available now – self paced, more dates are coming.

Assessment for the course is undertaken in a number of ways:

  1. Written assignments and quizzes to assess your knowledge
  2. Simulation activities
  3. Work placement task
  4. Demonstration of skills whilst at work

Successful completion of the Course depends on the submission of all assignments, and completion of the Practical Placement (which is organised by Mayfield).

After successfully completing all units of study, and the Practical Placement , you will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment from Mayfield Education.

Health care professionals who complete this course place themselves in a good position to find further employment and as part of their CPD to be considered for a more responsible role.

This course is also open to the public.

Funded Fee: $0 (free of charge for eligible students)

Fee for Services Fee: $380

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fee (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Quick Glance


Program code

HLTINFCOV001


Start date(s)

Available now – self paced


Program length

Approximate 3-6 months


Campus

Online & workplace assessment


Study mode

Online


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This half day Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CRP) program or 2 day First Aid and CPR program enables you to assist at the scene of incidents until such time as professional help arrives. This course is ideal for allocated Work Health and Safety Officers and health care professionals who require an update in the latest accredited qualification.

This course is also available for those undertaking an update or for members of the public who have not undertaken this training previously.

Minimum age 18 years with a minimum of year 10 or equivalent.

A commitment to full attendance at the program.

The ability to read, write and communicate in English to a level required to comprehend instruction, to work in a team and to complete the necessary assessment activities.

You will be asked to confirm that you have no signs of respiratory infection/illness, no pre-existing injuries, current injuries which may impact on the ability to crouch, move or be involved in manual handling. These may impact on the ability to perform the demonstration.

  • Provide CPR (HLTAID001); half day program (9am to 12.30pm)
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003) which includes CPR; 2 day program with light lunch provided

HLTAID003 sessions run from 9am to 4.30pm.

This course can be run within the work place for your staff. Please email the Director Education to find out more about this option at Michael Browning

Dates for both of these short courses run based on expressions of interest

First Aid program
Dates to be advised

Perform CPR program
Date to be advised

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study using workbooks, a written assessment and the demonstration of practical tasks.

On completion you will receive an accredited certificate and transcript

CNE points
15 CNE points for registered nurses

CPR-HLTAID001:
$180

First Aid with CPR-HLTAID003:
$362

A 5% discount is provided for currently enrolled Mayfield Education students.

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLTAID001 / HLTAID003


Start date(s)

Expressions of Interest


Program length

1 or 2 days


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Part Time


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This nationally recognised course prepares you for work or study in health care. The course provides an introduction to medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and other health related topics. You will develop an understanding of medical terminology applicable to a range of workplaces in an exciting format.

This course is essential for personnel who need to know medical terminology including hospital ward clerks, secretaries, receptionists, claims officers, interpreters, court reporters, pathology, mortuary staff and insurance agencies. It is also helpful for those wishing to take up studies in a health profession.

This is an open entry program.

Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately (BSBMED301)

Course Content
  • Origin and structure of medical terms
  • Basic anatomy and physiology of the nine body systems
  • Common disorders in each system
  • Routine medical investigations

Delivery is by online learning and self-paced learning materials. Online activities and assignments are provided.

Students must have access to a computer with internet capabilities.

On acceptance into the course, students will be provided with clear instructions and password to enter the online workshops and receive written materials.

This course is designed to be completed between three to six months.

Apply online.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for the unit of study. This will include: online activities, assignments, an exam.

Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Full Fee: $790

Material Fee: Nil

Hawthorn Campus

Organisations may choose to have this program delivered in the workplace as a customised course

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

BSBMED301


Start date(s)

Distance Education / Face-to-Face


Program length

1 month


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Distance Education or Face-to-Face


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Course Objectives

At the completion of the course, and having fulfilled all course requirements, you should be able to:

  • Assist in maintaining a safe working environment based on knowledge of physical, chemical, biological and ergonomic hazards related to the pathology department;
  • Demonstrate skills in the identification, handling and maintenance of general and specialised equipment and instruments used in specific pathology and diagnostic tests and procedures;
  • Work as part of the pathology department team in accordance with hospital/clinic and departmental policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure optimal patient and staff safety.
  • People currently working in a health service / clinic or those interested in obtaining a career in this area
  • Attendance at the pre-arranged information session
  • English Language Literacy Numeracy and Computer Literacy (LLN) assessment at the free information sessions prior to enrollment
  • Students must be 18 years of age by the time of course commencement

Basic computer skills are required to utilise Mayfield Online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended training. This is assessed at the information sessions.

It is also acknowledged that this course and subsequent employment requires a substantial amount of physical activity and agility particularly in the area of manual dexterity and working with people safely.

It is a requirement of the Department of Health (Victoria) that students attending work placement and new employees have the requisite vaccinations in readiness for the environment. These are listed in the student Information Handbook and on the Department website http://www.health.vic.gov.au/immunisation/resources/health-care-workers-guide.htm Students will also require a positive Police Check and Working with Children’s check prior to placement.

The course consists of 14 Units (9 Core and 5 Pre selected electives).

Compulsory
  • CHCCOM005 - Communicate and work in health or community services
  • CHCDIV001 - Work with diverse people
  • HLTINF001 - Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTPAT001 - Identify and respond to clinical risks in pathology collection
  • HLTPAT002 - Perform venous blood collections
  • HLTPAT004- -Collect pathology specimens other than blood
  • BSBCUS201 - Deliver a service to customers
  • HLTWHS001 - Participate in workplace health and safety
  • BSBMED301 - Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
Electives
  • HLTAAP001 - Recognise healthy body systems
  • HLTAID003 - Provide first aid
  • HLTCAR001 - Perform electrocardiography (ECG)
  • HLTCAR002 - Perform holter monitoring
  • HLTPAT006 - Receive, prepare and dispatch pathology specimens

The classes for this course will be held at Mayfield Education, Hawthorn East.

This is run 1 day/fortnightly for 16 days. Students then undertake online learning and 5 days of work placement.

Intake 1 2020: commencing Thursday 30 April, 16 classes run 1 day/fortnightly on Thursday, plus 5-day work placement.

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Orientation Day.

Late applications will be considered.

Assessment for the course is undertaken in a number of ways:

  1. Whilst on site at Mayfield in class activities, simulation workshops and in practical demonstrations
  2. In assignments, quizzes and other online activities, which are assessed and marked online for the whole duration of the course.
  3. Whilst on Work Placement which is arrange for you by Mayfield Education

Successful completion of the Course depends on the submission of all assignments, and the Practical Placement Workbook.

After successfully completing all units of study, and the Practical Placement Workbook, you will receive a nationally recognised Certificate III from Mayfield Education.

Students who wish to consider this course are those who are seeking employment in the Pathology Department of Hospitals and Health Services or those already working as technicians who wish to consolidate their skills and knowledge.

Completion of Certificate III program allows students to progress to other technician programs, which have many common foundation units. In addition to this, graduates of this certificate may seek to complete the Certificate IV in Leadership & Management.

Students who complete this course place themselves in a good position to find employment in this field or if already working as technicians to be considered for a more responsible role.

Funded Fee: $3,282
Funded Hourly Rate: $4.84
Concession Funded Hourly Rate: $0.97

Full Fee: $5,500

Applicants who are upskilling could be eligible for funding under the “Skills First”.  Please check the Funded Courses tab for eligibility criteria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. 

Hawthorn Campus

A small number of sessions are scheduled off campus.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT37215


Start date(s)

30 April 2020


Program length

12 months including work placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Blended Method (1 day fortnightly)


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Hospitality

All businesses, including health facilities are to have a formally trained Food Safety Supervisor to oversee the implementation and monitoring of the organisations Food Safety Program.

This training is the recognised qualification for the health sector.

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All businesses, including health facilities are to have a formally trained Food Safety Supervisor to oversee the implementation and monitoring of the organisations Food Safety Program. This training is the recognised qualification for the health sector.

Designed for:

Managers, Supervisors and Owners of food premises who want a Food Safety Supervisors Certificate. This is also suitable for organisers of events where food is served.

Course Content
  • Food safety legislation
  • Introduction to food contamination
  • Food hygiene and personal hygiene
  • Cleanliness of premises and pest control
  • Role and responsibility of a Food Safety Supervisor
  • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and writing a Food Safety Program
  • Instructing others in and monitoring a food safety program
Course Benefits

On completion participants will be able to:

  • Comply with the food legislation and ensure food is handled safely in their organisation
  • Apply HACCP principles to reduce the risk of food contamination
  • Complete a food safety program for their organisation
  • Monitor the implementation of the food safety program
  • Take corrective action when food is not handled properly
  • Instruct others in safe food handling practices
  • Apply and Monitor Food Safety Requirements (HLTFSE005)
  • Oversee the day-to-day implementation of food safety in the workplace (HLTFSE007)
  • Follow basic food safety practices (HLTFSE001)

1 day face to face at Mayfield Education (time as negotiated) and 1 day work visit for assessment of competence.

OR

1 day in-house training and 1 day work visit for assessment of competence.

Complete an application for an expression of interest. Student Services will contact you once course is confirmed.

Application Closing Date
Three weeks prior to course commencement

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study.

  • Demonstration of skills during course
  • Assessment booklet

Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

On completion participants will be able to:

  • Comply with the food legislation and ensure food is handled safely in their organisation
  • Apply HACCP principles to reduce the risk of food contamination
  • Complete a food safety program for their organisation
  • Monitor the implementation of the food safety program
  • Take corrective action when food is not handled properly
  • Instruct others in safe food handling practices

$697. Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLTFS309C / HLTFS310C


Start date(s)

Expressions of Interest


Program length

1 day in-house training and 1 day work visit


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Face-to-face


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Infection Control and Sterilisation

The promotion of infection control and prevention is a key management strategy aimed at improving infection control outcomes for patients and staff.

There is a list of certified and short courses to choose from and enrol.

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This Nationally Recognised Certificate is an appropriate baseline qualification for personnel employed in sterilising facilities. It is suitable for staff involved in the preparation and sterilisation of reusable medical and surgical equipment or the preparation and sterilisation of textile packs for use in health care facilities.

This training will equip you with the skills and knowledge to ensure compliance with the requirements of Australian Standards and provide safe, effective and efficient sterilising services. You will become thoroughly familiar with the concepts of microbiology, infection control, sterilising theory and practices.

You will gain an understanding of the principles and practice of sterilisation in a health workplace. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of your role in workplace effectiveness including your ethical, legal and financial responsibilities as an employee.

The ability to read, write and communicate in English to a level required to complete the necessary duties in a sterilising department. Computer skills to utilise Mayfield online learning resources and utilise technology in the workplace. Students must have access to a computer and internet.

There is a requirement to attend an information session at a date to be advised via an email-invitation.

Police Check & Vaccination

Must have (within the past 14 months) or be in the process of obtaining a police check, a working with children check and an up to date vaccination record.

Entry Process
  • Submit an application from online via link below
  • Receive a written invitation from Mayfield Education and attend the pre-course information session
  • Successfully undertake the English Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment including a verbal skills assessment and computer literacy review
  • If successful; receive a letter of offer and pay for the course
  • Receive confirmation information with your Mayfield Online (Fronter) username and password

14 Units – 10 Compulsory and 4 (preselected) elective units.

Core Units
  • CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTSTE001 Clean and disinfect reusable medical devices
  • HLTSTE002 Inspect and pack reusable medical devices
  • HLTSTE003 Sterilise loads
  • HLTSTE004 Manage sterile stock
  • HLTSTE005 Care for reusable medical devices
  • HLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safety
  • HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely
Elective Units
  • HLTSTE006 Chemically disinfect reusable medical devices
  • BSBADM311 Maintain business resources
  • BSBFLM312 Contribute to team effectiveness
  • BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development

The delivery of this training is supported by comprehensive print based and online learning materials which are yours to keep and refer to when necessary after you have completed your training. There is no Distance Education version of the course available at this time.

  • There will be 23 class days which would include 2 full lab days (9.00am-4.00pm)
  • Placement will be 5 days and occur in the same week. This is allocated towards the end of the course. A gap time in the Timetable will account for when students are on placement.
  • In addition to this the course has two days at the very end for finalising assessments
  • The course duration of around 12 months enables consolidation of learning and skills

Intake 1 2021: 26 February 2021 (Friday)

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Commencement Day.

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study. Short assignments, workbooks and workplace competency based assessments.

Nationally Recognised Certificate

Certificate IV in Health Supervision (HLT47015)

Funded Fee: $3,696 (Hourly rate $8.12)

Funded Concession Fee: $739 (Hourly rate $1.62)

Fee for Services Fee: $5,793

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

A small number of sessions are scheduled off campus.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT37015


Start date(s)

26 February 2021 (Intake 1)


Program length

14 months incl., clinical placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 1 day / fortnightly


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This qualification reflects the role of a team leader or senior technician in the sterilisation or reprocessing area of an acute hospital.

This worker is responsible for the maintenance of quality requirements and monitoring of technical sterilisation functions of medical equipment; particularly items used in Operating Theatre.

This is an open entry course with no prerequisites.

Gap learning and recognition of current competency will be considered for those with prior qualifications and experience in this area.

Total number of units = 15

11 core units

4 elective units consisting of:
up to 4 units from the electives listed below, any endorsed Training Package or accredited course – these units must be relevant to the work outcome

All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.

Core Units
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • HLTINF003 Implement and monitor infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTSTE001 Clean and disinfect reusable medical devices
  • HLTSTE002 Inspect and pack reusable medical devices
  • HLTSTE003 Sterilise loads
  • HLTSTE004 Manage sterile stock
  • HLTSTE005 Care for reusable medical devices
  • HLTSTE007 Monitor and maintain cleaning and sterilisation equipment
  • HLTSTE008 Monitor quality of cleaning, sterilisation and packaging processes
  • HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety
  • HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely
Elective Units
  • HLTSTE006 Chemically disinfect reusable medical devices
  • BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff
  • BSBMED301 Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
  • BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities

This program uses a blended model of delivery where students attend face to face classes and workshops in addition to participating in online learning and assessments.

Intake 1 2021: 26 February 2021 (Friday)

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Commencement Day.

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study. Short assignments, workbooks and workplace competency based assessments.

Nationally Recognised Certificate

Students who complete this course may wish to enhance their skills as team leaders by undertaking a Leadership and Management training course.

Funded Fee: $4,136 (Hourly rate $5.87)

Funded Concession Fee: $827 (Hourly rate $1.17)

Fee for Services Fee: $6,000

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT47015


Start date(s)

26 February 2021 (Intake 1)


Program length

14-16 months


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 1 day / fortnightly


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This short course has been designed to provide nationally recognised and accredited units of competency to existing CSSD technicians.

This unit will provide skills to the participants to enable them to comply with the Standard AS/NZS4187:2014: Reprocessing of Reusable Medical Devices in health Service organisations.

  • Currently work in a CSSD department of a hospital or clinic in the role as a technician for a minimum of 15 hours/ week.
  • Have completed Certificate III in Sterilisation Services qualification.
  • HLTSTE007 Monitor and maintain cleaning and sterilisation equipment (80 nominal hours).
  • HLTSTE008 Monitor quality of cleaning, sterilisation and packaging processes (80 nominal hours).

Blended learning includes face-to-face, Online and Work placement.

This will be a 4-day program with emphasis on knowledge and practice. Further to this participants will provide evidence of the compliance with the training package and the National Standard through workplace experience.

To accommodate busy working professionals, this program will be run over 8 weeks (1 day / fortnight). Work placement will be undertaken in their own workplace.

Course commencing Tuesday 3 March 2020.

Classes are run on Tuesdays 3 March, 17 March, 31 March & 14 April.

On completion you will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment.

After completing this course, participants may wish to enrol in the Certificate IV in Sterilisation Services (HLT47015).

Fees: $1,360

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLTSTE007 & HLTSTE008


Start date(s)

3 March 2020


Program length

4-day program over 8 weeks


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Do the storage, handling and transport of sterile items in your facility meet the requirements of Australian Standard AS/NZS 4187? Would you know if a sterile item had been contaminated?

This course gives you the skills and understanding to implement the specific storage and transporting requirements under AS/NZS 4187 to prevent contamination of sterile items.

Managers and personnel responsible for maintaining sterility of items.

  • Overview of AS/NZS 4187 relating to the storage, handling and transport of sterile stock
  • Storage requirements
  • Event-related sterility
  • Handling techniques
  • Transporting sterile stock

Half day at Mayfield Education from 9am to 1pm

OR

Organisations may choose to have this program delivered in the workplace as a customised course.

Intake 1 2020: 22 July 2020

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement.

Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

On completion, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss environmental features of storage areas for sterile stock according to AS/NZS 4187
  • Explain events that would compromise sterility
  • Describe handling techniques that contribute to the maintenance of sterility
  • Explain the issues to be considered when transporting sterile items

$390

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Storage, Handling and Transport of Sterile Stock


Start date(s)

22 July 2020


Program length

Half day


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

An ideal introductory course for newly employed sterilising services staff or anyone with responsibility for reprocessing reusable medical devices.

This course is also suitable for people preparing to gain employment in a sterilising services environment.

Any interested person is welcome to apply.

1 day course at Mayfield Education from 9am to 4pm (30 minute lunch break).

Intake 1 2020: 14 October 2020

*Intakes are subject to numbers and may change

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

After completing this course, participants may wish to enrol in the Certificate III in Sterilisation Services (HLT31112).

Fees: $580

Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Intro to Sterilising Services


Start date(s)

14 October 2020


Program length

1 day


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This program helps Environmental Health Officers understand Australian Standard AS/NZS 4815 and how it should be applied to skin penetration establishments.

After completing the one day course you will understand infection control principles and the need for compliance to minimise the risk of infection.

The course has a strong focus on how equipment should be cleaned and disinfected to eliminate the transmission of bacterial or blood borne infections, particularly Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B & HIV.

  • Sources of infection
  • Infection control principles and practice
  • Cleaning and disinfection of equipment
  • The principles and practical applications of steam sterilisation
  • Monitoring steam sterilisation
  • Applying “Health Guidelines for Personal Care and Body Art Industries”

1 day course at Mayfield Education from 9am to 4pm (30 minute lunch break)

OR

Organisations may choose to have this program delivered in the workplace as a customised course

Intake 1 2020: 22 April 2020

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement.

Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

On completion participants should be able to:

  • Assess potential for infection
  • Know how hygiene practice can be affected by poor design principles
  • Make recommendations to improve work practices
  • Audit skin penetration establishments with confidence

$580.

Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Sterilisation and Disinfection Practice for EHO


Start date(s)

22 April 2020


Program length

1 day


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Disinfection and sterilisation practices within small practices and clinics are covered by Australian Standard AS/NZS 4815. This program equips you with the skills and understanding to comply with this Standard. Recommended for those wanting to demonstrate compliance for accreditation purposes in small practices and clinics.

An introductory session on micro-organisms, transmission of infection and the use of standard precautions sets the scene for applying AS/NZS 4815 in the workplace. Participants will discuss the appropriate physical layout of an area for dealing with reusable items that complies with the requirements and application of AS/NZS 4815.

Those involved in decontamination, disinfection and sterilisation in office based settings.

  • Basic microbiology and human defence mechanisms
  • Standard precautions
  • Layout of reprocessing area
  • Cleaning, disinfection, sterilisation and storage of re-usable items
  • Requirements of AS/NZS 4815

1 day at Mayfield Education from 9am to 4pm (30 minute lunch break).

Intake 1 2020: 26 August 2020

*Intakes are subject to numbers and may change

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

On completion, participants should be able to:

  • Identify modes of transmission of infections
  • Describe standard precautions and recognise their use in office based practice
  • Recognise the appropriate layout of a reprocessing area
  • Apply the requirements of AS/NZS 4815 for cleaning, disinfection, sterilisation and storage of re-usable items.

$580

Light lunch provided

Organisations may choose to have this program delivered in the workplace as a customised course.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Disinfection and Sterilisation for Small Practices and Clinics


Start date(s)

26 August 2020


Program length

1 day (9am-4pm)


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

The Infection Control Practitioner has responsibility for infection control practices over a broad range of areas within the health care setting. This short course is an introduction to the issues which confront the present day infection control practitioner. Many aspects of infection control covered in the course are applicable across a broad range of enterprises beyond health care.

Since an infection control program is a requirement for accreditation for health care facilities, this is an ideal introductory course for staff with responsibility for preventing and controlling infection. This course provides a ‘snap shot’ of the longer certificate courses offered at Mayfield Education

This is an open entry program.

  • Microbiology and host defence mechanisms
  • Transmission and prevention of infection
  • Standard precautions and blood borne viruses
  • Antibiotic resistance
  • Surveillance and quality systems
  • Wound management
  • Storage and handling of sterile stock
  • Sourcing information for infection control
  • Food handling and hygiene
  • Environmental cleaning
  • Disinfectants

2 days at Mayfield Education from 9am to 4pm (30 minute lunch break)

2020 Intake Start Date: TBA

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement.

Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

$1,400

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Introduction to Infection Prevention & Control


Start date(s)

TBA


Program length

2 days


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

This new course addresses the needs of the senior staff who wish to enhance and improve their knowledge in the area of monitoring and validation for steam sterilising and associated equipment.

This course has been specifically tailored for the Senior Sterilising Technicians and Sterilising Department Managers.

Senior Sterilising Technicians and Sterilising Managers.

Course Content
  • Overview of Steam Sterilising
  • Biological and Chemical Indicators
  • Monitoring in a Sterilising Department
  • Process of Validation for Sterilising
  • Validation Requirements for Associated Equipment
Course Benefits

This program will enable the participant to be confident in and aware of:

  • the monitoring requirements in a sterilising department
  • the terminology used to describe validation procedures
  • the concepts and principles involved in process validation
  • the principles of using biological and chemical indicators

1 day at Mayfield Education Hawthorn Campus from 9am to 4pm

Intake 1 2020: 10 June 2020

Application Closing Date
Two weeks prior to course commencement.

Late application is considered.

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

$580

Light lunch provided.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

Advanced Sterilisation - Short Course


Start date(s)

10 June 2020


Program length

1 day


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

On-site short course


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Leadership and Management

This qualification is suitable for people who work in the role of supervisor or senior workplace trainer in a broad range of healthcare settings including support services, technical services, care services, professional support services and administration services.

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This qualification is suitable for people who work in the role of supervisor or senior workplace trainer in a broad range of healthcare settings including support services, technical services, care services, professional support services and administration services.

This qualification is suitable for people who work in the role of supervisor, team leader or workplace trainer in a healthcare setting.

Computer skills to utilise Mayfield online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.

12 Units – 4 Core and 8 elective units.

Core Units
  • BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships
  • BSBLDR401 Communicate effectively as a workplace leader
  • BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness
  • BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan
Elective Units
  • BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement
  • BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities
  • BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
  • BSBCUS402 Address customer needs
  • BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
  • BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
  • BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • On-site attendance
  • Can do unit by unit OR the whole course
  • Structured learning in your own time
  • Workplace experience

Refer to “Training Program” for start date on each units; you may enrol per unit or for the whole course.

Classes run from 9.30am to 4pm.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study. Short assignments, a review of workplace practices.

Nationally Recognised Certificate

Course Benefits

Students develop skills to confidently and effectively supervise staff and work together to achieve better service delivery in their work unit.

Funded Fee: $4,146; Funded Hourly Rate: $7.68; Concession Funded Hourly Rate: $1.54

Full Fee: $7,000
Material Fee: Nil

Individual units are able to be undertaken for $460 each. These attract a $50 admin fee for each enrolment

Fee instalment plans may be negotiated with students depending on individual circumstances.

Applicants who are upskilling will be eligible for funding under the “Skills First”. Please check the Funded Courses tab for eligiblity criteria.

This course can also be undertaken as a traineeship. Please refer to the Mayfield Traineeship tab for further information about eligibility and funding options through Skills Victorian Training Guarantee.

For further information contact Mayfield Education Student Services.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

A small number of sessions are scheduled off campus.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

BSB42015


Start date(s)

TBA


Program length

12-14 months


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Part Time


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Nursing - Enrolled Nurses

Our nursing courses, equipment and work practices have been developed in consultation with leading industry partners.

This means we can offer you the best clinical placement opportunities while you study, so you can experience what it's like in the real world and build relationships with future employers.

With a Nursing course from Mayfield, you can gain the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a rewarding career in this field, supported by an industry recognised qualification.

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This unit is for current and practicing Enrolled Nurses and describes the skills and knowledge required to administer and monitor medications and intravenous (IV) therapy including calculating dosage requirements, interpreting written instructions from an authorised prescriber, assessing the person for medication effectiveness and side effects, and responding to an allergic pharmacological reaction.

This unit applies to enrolled nursing work carried out in consultation and collaboration with registered nurses and under supervisory arrangements aligned to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia regulatory authority legislative requirements.

The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian/New Zealand standards and industry codes of practice.

Enrolled Nurses who received the Enrolled Nursing qualifications:

  • HLT51607 Diploma of Nursing
  • 21358 VIC Cert IV in Health (Nursing)
  • 2407ADC Cert IV in Health (Nursing)
  • 2407ADC Cert IV in Health (Nursing) with Medications Endorsement
  • HLT4307 Cert IV in Nursing (Enrolled Division 2 nursing

Those who have been registered Enrolled Nurses with AHPRA / ANMC for a minimum of three years.

Those who have recently been working as an Enrolled Nurse for a minimum of three years (FTE).

Applicants must attend a pre course information session.

Successful completion of the pre course entry assessment for English LLN.

Course Elements
  1. Minimise potential risk to ensure safe administration of medications.
  2. Monitor and evaluate a person’s response to administered medication, IV fluids and blood and blood products.
  3. Administer and store medication.
  4. Monitor and evaluate a person’s response to administered medication, IV fluids and blood and blood products.
  5. Assess effectiveness of pain-relieving therapy.

2 days per week for 16 day face to face program plus 10 days of clinical placement.

Work placement maybe undertaken in your workplace under the following circumstances:

  • That there is a formal agreement between the host health agency (employer) and the RTO
  • A placement agreement is in place
  • The student will be directly supervised by a Registered Nurse Division One
  • The student will be supervised and assessed by a Clinical teacher with experience and credentials including Cert IV TAE.

Intake 2 2020: commencing Thursday 26 March 2020, thereafter every Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Intake 2 2020 is embedded with Diploma of Nursing Intake 1 2019 Timetable.

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before classes start.

Late application will be considered.

As per Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115)

  • Drug calculations
  • Exam medication administration
  • Workbook
  • Demonstration
  • Work placement

Skills must have been demonstrated in the workplace or in a simulated environment as specified in the performance evidence. The requirement of the performance evidence to calculate medication with 100% accuracy and used the ‘Rights of Medication’ to administer medication must be demonstrated using simulation before being demonstrated in the workplace and with members of the public. The following conditions must be met for this unit:

use of suitable facilities, equipment and resources in line with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council’s Standards including:

  • simulation manikins appropriate for the administration of medications via various routes including IV

equipment for medication administration via various routes, including:

  • pill cutter and pill crusher
  • nebuliser
  • Monthly Index of Medical Specialties (MIMS)
  • samples of medications, including:
  • tablets
  • capsules
  • drops
  • enema
  • inhalants
  • liquid (ampoules, bottles, capsules)
  • lotion and cream
  • ointments
  • patches
  • powders
  • wafers
  • suppositories
  • pre-loaded sub-cutaneous injections
  • pharmacology resources for medication interactions
  • equipment for IV therapy, including:
  • variety of IV line sets for gravity infusion, blood and blood products, IV injections and electronic pump infusions
  • syringe pump
  • information and documentation such as medication charts on which the candidate bases the planning
    organisation policy and procedures on which the candidate bases the planning
  • modelling of industry operating conditions including access to real people for simulations and scenarios in enrolled nursing work.

Assessors must satisfy the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015/AQTF mandatory competency requirements for assessors.

In addition, assessors must hold current registration as a registered nurse with Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Short Accredited Course

Mayfield Certificate of Attendance

Those who successfully complete this Nationally recognised unit will be provided with an academic transcript. This will be credited if the candidate wishes to proceed with the Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115).

This unit does not provide licensure or authorisation for graduates to administer medication. Enrolled Nurses must apply for medication endorsement (as part of their re-registration) with AHPRA.

Full Fee: $3,625

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Diploma of Nursing

Certificate III in Pathology

Quick Glance


Program code

HLTENN007


Start date(s)

Thursday 26 March 2020 (Intake 2)


Program length

6 months plus work placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

2 days per week on-site


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

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This qualification reflects the role of an enrolled nurse working under supervision of a registered nurse. This qualification covers the application of skills and knowledge required to provide nursing care for people across the health sector.

To assist you in completing these, please click on English Language Skills Evidence Flowchart and English Language Skills Evidence Form to be guided

If you are in Category C and required to undertake an external Government approved English Language Assessment, we have provided links to these for you:

IELTS academic module International English Language Testing System
https://www.examenglish.com/IELTS/index.html

OET Occupational English Test
https://www.occupationalenglishtest.org/professions/nursing/

PTE Academic Pearson Test of English Academic
https://www.examenglish.com/PTE/PTE_Academic.htm

TOEFL iBT Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test
https://www.examenglish.com/TOEFL/index.php

A graduate from a Diploma of Nursing program approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) is able to apply for registration with the NMBA as an enrolled nurse. Further information on registration is available at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

Must be 18 years of age or older

Must be an Australian Citizen (or hold a visa which allows study in Australia)

All applicants have to attend a pre-course information session and complete the pre-course assessment to a satisfactory level. These must occur face to face, are free of charge and the applicant must complete all sections of the assessment. Information sessions are held on site at Mayfield Education Hawthorn campus

The pre-course assessment focuses on the following:

  • English language, literacy and numeracy
  • Computer skills
  • Verbal expression, articulation and comprehension.

This assessment acquaints the applicant with the work entailed in Enrolled Nursing and the level of difficulty of the course.

Prior to submission of application please read the English language skills requirements as outlined by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Click here to be redirected to AHPRA website.

Total number of units = 25

  • 20 core units
  • 5 elective units
Core Units
  • HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care
  • HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTENN002 Apply communication skills in nursing practice
  • HLTENN001 Practice nursing within the Australian health care system
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
  • HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
  • HLTENN008 Apply legal and ethical parameters to nursing practice
  • HLTENN003 Perform clinical assessment and contribute to planning nursing care
  • HLTENN004 Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans
  • CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice
  • HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to client health information
  • HLTENN013 Implement and monitor care of the older person
  • HLTENN006 Apply principles of wound management in the clinical environment
  • HLTENN012 Implement and monitor care for a person with chronic health problems
  • HLTENN011 Implement and monitor care for a person with acute health problems
  • HLTENN007 Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy
  • HLTENN009 Implement and monitor care for a person with mental health conditions
  • HLTENN005 Contribute to nursing care of a person with complex needs
  • HLTENN015 Apply nursing practice in the primary health care setting
Elective Units
  • HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
  • HLTENN025 Implement and monitor care for a person with diabetes
  • BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities
  • BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness
  • HLTENN010 Apply a palliative approach in nursing practice

Delivery is undertaken on 2 face to face days/week.

For work placement of 400 hours in total, students are required to attend a health care facility Monday to Friday. These placements may be 1 or 2 weeks in duration. Early shifts (around 7 am) and late shifts (completing around 10 pm) are required. Placements are not run on night shift, weekends or public holidays.

Students attend placement in small groups accompanied by a clinical teacher at all times. Students are not paid for placement and this is organised by Mayfield Education. In order to participate in work placements, students are required to provide current police check and immunisation records. For more information, please contact Clinical Placement Coordinator

Intake 1, 2021: 10 February 2021 (Wednesday)
Classes are undertaken 2 face to face days/week (Wednesday & Thursdays) thereafter.

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Commencement Day.

Late applications will be considered

Assessments take a variety of forms.

Students are assessed against specific performance criteria for each unit of study in a variety of ways. Journal Writing, Case Studies, Group Presentation, Assignments, Role Play, On-line Learning, self-paced learning packages and short answer/multi-choice questions. You are required to successfully complete all theoretical and clinical components.

Graduates receive a Nationally Recognised Certificate; the units of which can be utilised for other courses.

Graduates are eligible to apply for Registration with the Australian Health Professionals Registration Authority AHPRA; as an Enrolled Nurse.

Some course credit is offered to Diploma nurses upon entry to a Registered Nurse nursing course (Bachelor).

Some of the units completed assist in the upgrade courses leading to Advanced Diploma.

  • Funded Fee: $3,500 (hourly rate: $2.08) 
  • Fee for Services Fee: $20,833

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT54115


Start date(s)

10 February 2021 (Intake 1)


Program length

20 months


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 2 days / week


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

Nursing - Registered Nurses

All students undertaking any certificate course are required to have Level 1 computer skills to utilise Mayfield online learning resources.

Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.

The Postgraduate Community Aged Care Nursing Scholarship Scheme is an Australian Government initiative to encourage more registered/division 1 nurses to enter (or re-enter) the community aged care sector.
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Operating Theatre Technicians

The operating theatre technician is an integral person in the dynamic operating theatre team.

One of the key roles is the preparation of the operating room and equipment, the patient and the maintenance and safety of these.

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This course and its blended program is an open entry for those who wish to work in the area of Operating Theatre as a technician. Students need to attend sessions on site. The program is not offered via distance education. Classes run on a fortnightly basis.

Applicants need to attend a pre-course information session and this includes:

  • English language literacy and numeracy including verbal skills
  • Computer literacy assessment

Assessment in the workplace is a requirement of some of the units in the course.

Core Units
  • CHCCOM005 Communicate and work effectively in health or community services
  • HLTINF003 Implement and monitor infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • HLTWHS003 Maintain workplace health and safety
  • CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
  • BSBMED301 Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
  • BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement
  • CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
  • HLTTHE001 Handle and care for operating theatre equipment
  • HLTTHE002 Assist with preparation of clients for operative procedures
  • HLTTHE003 Provide intra-operative equipment and technical support
Elective Units
  • HLTAAP002 Recognise healthy body systems in a health care context
  • HLTWHS005 Participate in Workplace Health and Safety
  • HLTHSS007 Handle medical gasses safely
  • HLTAID003 Provide first aid
  • HLTINF001 Comply with  infection prevention and control policies and procedures in health work

Students are required to attend the pre-course information session and its associated assessment (LLN).

Day one of the course is a face to face workshop for induction

Students are then required to undertake access to resources through the online portal – Mayfield Online

Students are provided with a Timetable; classes run 1 day on fortnightly

A practical workshop

Subsequent to this, workplace assessment is undertaken by the Hospital clinical teacher.

The duration of the program is anything between 9 to 12 months.

Intake 4 2020: 10 November 2020 (Tuesday)

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Orientation Day.

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date.

Assessments are a combination of workshop activities, written assignments and case studies in addition to workplace assessment.

A satisfactory assessment result must be achieved in each form of assessment in order to be deemed successful in attaining this accredited Certificate IV course.

Nationally Recognised Certificate showing completion of full Certificate IV in Operating Theatre Technical Support-HLT47515 qualification.

Transcript of Results on completion of partial units.

Completion of the Certificate IV in Operating Theatre Technical Support enables students to perform in a team leader role. In addition to this, students may seek to complete the Certificate IV in Leadership & Management.

Students who complete this course place themselves in a good position to find employment in this field or if already working as technicians to be considered for a more responsible role in the area of leadership and continuous improvement.

Funded Fee: $5,996 (Hourly rate $6.68)

Funded Concession Fee: $1,199 (Hourly rate $1.34)

Fee for Services Fee: $7,138

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT47515


Start date(s)

10 Nov. 2020 (Intake 4)


Program length

9-12 months


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 1 day fortnightly


Contact

(03) 9882 7644

The operating theatre technician is an integral person in the dynamic operating theatre team. One of the key roles is the preparation of the operating room and equipment, the patient and the maintenance and safety of these.

This course will provide you with the technical and interpersonal skills to work under the supervision of nursing, anaesthetists and surgical personnel.

Submit an application form
  • You must receive a written invitation from Mayfield Education and attend the pre-course information and Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment session
  • You must have the ability to read, write and speak English fluently to fulfil the course requirements and to interact with third party stakeholders, staff and patients while on clinical experience
  • Computer skills to utilise Mayfield Online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.
  • Must have (within the past 12 months) or be in the process of obtaining a police check, a working with children check and an up to date vaccination record
Police Check & Vaccination

Must have (within the past 12 months) or be in the process of obtaining a police check, a working with children check and an up to date vaccination record.

To obtain the full Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician Specialisation)-HLT33115, the participant must satisfactorily complete all fifteen (15) units of competency. The course is made up of seven (7) core units and eight (8) elective units that are specific for operating theatre technician work.

Core Units
  • Communicate and work effectively in health or Community Services (CHCCOM005)
  • Comply with infection control policies and procedures in health work (HLTINF001)
  • Participate in Workplace Health & Safety (HLTWHS001)
  • Work with Diverse People (CHCDIV001)
  • Interpret and Apply Medical Terminology appropriately (BSBMED301)
  • Recognise healthy body systems in a health care context (HLTAAAP001)
  • Organise Personal work priorities (BSBWOR301)
Selected Electives
  • Handle and Care for operaring theatre equipment (HLTTHE001)
  • Assist with preparation of clients for operative procedures (HLTTHE002)
  • Provide Intra-operative equipment and technical support (HLTTHE003)
  • Transport individuals (CHCCCS026)
  • Contribute to team effectiveness (BSBFLM312)
  • Handle Medical Gasses safely (HLTHSS007)
  • Perform CPR (HLTAID001)
  • Perform General Cleaning Tasks in a clinical setting (HLTHSS003)

This course takes approximately nine to twelve months and you must complete a clinical competency workbook, which is co-signed by your mentor. There is a combination of:

  1. 1 day / fortnight (18 days in total) on-site
  2. Simulation workshops at Mayfield Education
  3. Self-directed, self-paced learning through the online manual and workbooks
  4. Successful completion of assessments
  5. Successful practical assessment

Intake 4 2020: 10 November 2020 (Tuesday)

Classes for Cert III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician Specialisation) run fortnightly for 18 days plus practical assessment

Application Closing Date
2 weeks before Orientation Day.

Late applications will be considered for the next intake if received after the closing date.

Nationally Recognised Certificate showing completion of full Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician Specialisation)-HLT33115 qualification.

Transcript of Results on completion of partial units.

Funded Fee: $4,802 (Hourly rate $6.24)

Funded Concession Fee: $960 (Hourly rate $1.25)

Fee for Services Fee: $5,793

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Funded Fees (Skills First Program funded places) are subject to change of government policy and this may occur during your course.

Fee instalment plan is available.

Mayfield Education

2-10 Camberwell Road
Hawthorn East VIC 3123
Australia

Quick Glance


Program code

HLT33115


Start date(s)

10 November 2020 (Intake 4)


Program length

9-12 months with clinical placement


Campus

Mayfield Education Hawthorn


Study mode

Classes 1 day fortnightly


Contact

(03) 9882 7644