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Motivation for the Network
Many leaders have responded to the new era of educative practice calling for generational change to leadership.  The current generation of leaders focuses on impact and improvement indicators and aim to build robust organizational learning environments to achieve their goals. They take bold steps in creating vision and strategy and recognize that a new era of collaborative practice and engagement is here! The Higher Education Private Provider Quality Network (HEPP-QN), an initiative of Avondale College, was inducted in this spirit.

About the Network
HEPP-QN is aimed at fostering an enhanced private-provider quality foot-print in the Australian sector, through the power of collaboration. On April 21st 2015, the network was launched at the Avondale Sydney campus in Wahroonga, and was attended by 17 of the 35 member-institutions who are now part of this consortium.  Our focus is on supporting each other in developing and implementing quality assurance frameworks throughout our higher education operations.  Our aim is to be proactive and responsive in meeting the urgent and critical issues of our sector.

I look forward to our working together, collegially   and collaboratively to steer engagement, passion and commitment around producing quality-centred outcomes.  In this process, I envisage a spectrum of mutually-enriching partnerships. Together we hope to inspire, to lead, to achieve together!

Thank you for your support.

Professor Jane Fernandez
Adjunct Professor and Founding Convenor HEPP-QN [Avondale University College]

currently Provost, Excelsia College

Enter Network
Member Institutions
Academies Australasia Polytechnic Academy of Design Australia Academy of Music & Performing Arts Adelaide College of Divinity
Alphacrucis College Asia Pacific International College Australian College of Physical Education Australian College of Christian Studies
Australian College of Theology
Australian Guild of Music Education
Australian Institute of Business
Avondale University College
(Lead Institution)
Australian Institute of Higher Education  Australian Institute of Music  Campion College Australia  Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand 
Christian Heritage College 
CIC Higher Education
Crown Institute of Higher Education
Eastern College Australia
Edith Cowan College
Elite Education Institute
Endeavour College
EQUALS International
Excelsia College
Griffith College
Holmes Institute 
Institute of Health & Management
 International College of Management Sydney 
International Institute of Business and Technology
 JMC Academy
Kent Institute
King's Own Institute
LCI Education Network
Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Macleay College
Melbourne Institute of Technology
Moore Theological College
Morling College
Photography Studies College
Polytechnic Institute Australia
Russo Business School
Sheridan College
SP Jain School of Global Management
Sydney College of Divinity
The Institute of International Studies
Top Education
Torrens University Australia
Universal Business School Sydney
Universal Higher Education
University of Canberra College
University of Divinity
The University of Notre Dame
Victorian Institute of Technology
Waratah Institute
Western Sydney University International College