WA Admissions SIG

Please join us – registrations open now!

WA Admissions staff,  This Special Interest Group will focus on Full Fee Paying Overseas Students (FFPOS). This SIG will be of particular interest to staff in Admissions, Registrars and Coordinators.

Amanda Fritz, The Director, International Programs – The Anglican Schools Commission, will be presenting the mechanics of how to properly complete an International (FFPOS) enrolment.  She will share tools that you can use to make the process easier, as well as provide step by step detail on how to do an enrolment, including how to navigate the PRISMS system, and who you can contact for support.  She will also discuss how this process ties into your school’s CRICOS registration.

Amanda will also present on compliance and the WA International Education Recovery and Renewal Plan. Amanda sits on the State Government Int. Ed Advisory Group, and will share her expertise on what is occurring at a government level.


Date: Wednesday 23 June
Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm
Venue: Penrhos College, Como
Cost: Members: $50 (+gst), Non-members $75 (+gst)
(Bursaries are available, please email WA Chapter President, Susie Gill on Susie.gill@stcatherines.uwa.edu.au)


Amanda Fritz, Director, International Programs – The Anglican Schools Commission

Amanda has 20 years experience working with International students.  This has primarily involved working in Overseas Student Health Cover as the National Manager and WA State Manager for Allianz Global Assistance (formerly Worldcare Assist), and six years in Homestay Management with the Australian Homestay Network (AHN).She has founded and managed AHN operations in WA and was also the Chief Executive Officer of AHN Australia, who is the licensed manager for the Australian Homestay Network in WA, SA, NSW, NT and Qld.  In 2014, Amanda moved to form a part of the global Partnered Allianz Global Education (PAGE) team with Allianz Global Assistance, which helped to promote quality services to International students and promote Australia as a destination of choice for student mobility.

In 2016, Amanda joined the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC) as Director, International Programs and focuses on expanding the delivery of courses to international students across the ASC schools.

Amanda is a passionate manager who is well organised, experienced and knowledgeable within the business of delivering services to clients and customers.  
Amanda is a firm believer in the quality of an Australian education and the benefits that an Australian education experience can bring to an international student.   As such, she is always working to ensure the delivery of programs and services creates a positive and memorable experience for all students studying within Australian education institutions.