Alice De Innocentiis

Alice De Innocentiis

Deputy Registrar (Student Engagement and Lifecycle)

Executive Management Group

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +61 (2) 9466 1002

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Alice De Innocentiis is the Deputy Registrar (Student Engagement and Lifecycle) at the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS), and is also part of the Executive Management Group.

The Deputy Registrar (Student Engagement and Lifecycle) is a strategic leadership role responsible for the management and delivery of high quality core institutional processes related to the student lifecycle including student enrolment, orientation strategy, promotion of and engagement with ICMS evaluation framework (QILT, Student Forums etc), student progression and intervention tracking, examination process rigour, conferment and graduation. By managing internal and external complaints and appeals, the role is responsible for ensuring a strong focus on continuous improvement, meeting stakeholders’ expectations, and enhancing the ongoing student experience. 

Alice is an educational professional with over 10 years of experience within the education sector in a variety of leadership roles that extend from ELICOS, VET, Higher Education both face to face and online.

Alice originally started her career in education as an Italian and English tutor, then transitioned into student services and administration in 2009 where she quickly progressed onto senior leadership roles within the private education sector.

She is also a past member of the Australian Women National Volleyball Team and represented Australia on an international level from 2015 untill 2018.

Alice De Innocentiis holds the following qualifications:
– TESOL Certification from TEFL International (New York, USA);

– Certificate IV in Training and assessment from All Australian Training (Sydney, Australia);

– Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Science of Linguistic and Cultural Mediation from the University of Turin (Turin, Italy)

– Master of Leadership (online) from Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia)