About the Consortium

Our Goal

The role of the Educational Technology Consortium of Victoria is to advise on strategic direction and leadership to enable its membership to harness technology, develop and grow engaging learning environments that promote high learning growth and high quality teaching.

The Education Technology Consortium of Victoria (ETCV) is a self-managed school network based in Victoria Australia. ETCV members participate in order to share and collaborate with their peers to develop best practice in the delivery of IT service to improve learning and teaching is schools.

Our Consortium is made up of schools from all sectors: Government, Catholic and Independent, Primary, Secondary and extend into some Tertiary settings. Our aim is to provide as much perspective and opportunity as possible for our member schools to transform teaching and learning with the power of technology. We engage with leaders in the field to uncover and share best practice. We showcase schools’ journeys and subsequent learning. We learn together through interactive workshops that build insight and leadership in our members.

Educational leaders are responsible for the provision of Information Technology resources in schools but often work in isolation. While some resources are made available by the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET), The Catholic Education Office (CEO) and Independent Schools Victoria (ISV), how these solutions are implemented, is often at the discretion of the IT manager, e-learning or curriculum leaders in each school.

The ETCV Executive

Office Bearers:

Cameron Nicholls

Consortium Chair

Cameron is the Principal of Trafalgar Primary School

Matthew Robinson

Consortium Director

Matt is the Operations Manager at Lowanna College

Blake Seufert

Consortium Treasurer

Blake is the IT Director at McKinnon Secondary College

Lachlan Ellis

Consortium Executive

Lachlan is the Learning Systems Manager at Balwyn High School

Josh Lyon

Consortium Executive

Josh is the Head of Business Systems and ICT at Donvale Christian College