480 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA +613 9654 3433
http://www.eaa.edu.au/ info@eaa.edu.au
  • Age(s) Anirban Sarkar
  • Location 480 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA
  • Type Private
  • Vice principal http://www.eaa.edu.au/
The mission of the EAA is to provide outstanding educational programs and services that are responsive to our students and diverse communities. We accomplish this mission by: * Providing high quality teaching and instruction to promote fulfilment of knowledge transfer requirements and encourage academic acquisition in our surrounding communities. * Providing skills education and student services programs to help students become successful learners. * Establishing partnerships with stakeholders as well as other educational institutions to advance economic development. * Improving the quality of life of our students and communities through broad-based research and scholarship programs.
Australia's nationally recognised VET system is one of the best vocational education and training systems in the world that combines standard industry practices and training, leading to direct links to employment in Australia and elsewhere. Each year a vast pool of employment opportunities is created for trained people in hospitality establishments such as hotels, restaurants, clubs, function centres and in institutional catering facilities such as hospitals, educational institutions, hostels and defence establishments.
Education Access Australia offers following Courses.

Diploma of Automotive Technology (AUR50205(incl. Cer III & Cert IV)
Diploma of Management (BSB51107) (Incorporating Certificate IV in Business BSB40207)
Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (SIT60307)
Incorporating Diploma of Hospitality (SIT50307)
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (SIT30807)
Certificate III in Patisserie (SIt31107)
The capital city of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia. It is a major financial and business centre. It also has the distinction of having the highest number of educational institutions in the country, which makes it the educational capital of Australia. Living in Melbourne has many advantages. The city is very attractive, with skyscrapers rubbing shoulders with Victorian style buildings, creating a unique blend of the traditional and the modern. The state of Victoria is known as the Garden State , and its capital city is fittingly green and beautiful with wide tree-lined streets and avenues, spacious parklands and leafy suburbs.