The Team

Darryl Watson


Darryl has been involved with the planning, delivery and management of ICT to schools for more than 15 years.  He has experience in ICT manager roles at several leading Perth schools providing not only support but strategic guidance surrounding technology and how it can support curriculum delivery.  Darryl will always focus on what is important to your school, making sure the key drivers for technology in your school are taken in to account at every stage from decision making to delivery.

Darryl has extensive IT industry involvement including delivering the ‘ICT by the Sea Conference’ every year.  The ‘ICT by the Sea Conference’ has been bringing educators and tech support staff from schools together with the local and international IT industry for the last 6 years.



Bradley has over 16 years experience in IT, with the last 14 of those years spent assisting Catholic and Independent schools to optimise their ICT Environments. Prior to coming to EDU-IT, Bradley was the coordinator of the CEWA ICT Consulting group, which advocated on behalf of all WA Catholic schools in all areas of ICT, from technical advice and design, governance and leadership to contract management and negotiation. Bradley has been involved in many CEWA ICT initiatives to refine the CathEdNet and various remote management trials with schools. He has worked with regional and remote schools as the project manager of the Bush Schools’ Network and continues to promote equitable access to technology and support in the regions. In addition to personal knowledge of schools, Bradley has a Bachelor of Electronic and Communications Engineering from Curtin, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment as well as industry qualifications in COBIT.



Working in Education for about 40 years, Graham has seen many things. His experience from a classroom teacher, Head of Department, IT Manager and more recently his role as ICT Consultant with the Catholic education system gives him an appreciation of the many demands on the ICT structures in a school.  He has presented at National conferences on the implementation of a school Identity Management system.  He has also been a staff representative on a School Board. Graham has a Bachelor of Science,  Graduate Diploma in Business Computing and a Foundation Certificate in ITIL along with other industry recognised certificates.