A long career in education will add to CBO’s excellent leadership, organisation, and communication skills through our latest appointment.
Duncan Low, formerly a Deputy Headteacher who has worked both in England and Guernsey on large education projects, joins us as a Consultant.
Duncan is a member of the Association for Project Management and has been involved in the planning process for the creation of a new free school, Director of a teacher training provider, and setting up a Teaching School Alliance across 13 schools in the UK.
‘CBO was very professional throughout the initial meetings and interview process. It was very clear that their company ethos is focused on quality for the client, which as someone who has high standards really resonated with me,’ said Mr Low.
‘CBO has a clear staff development model, investing time in employees, which is very appealing to someone changing careers.’
In his new role, Duncan will work with a wide range of clients to deliver projects successfully, focusing on project management, business analysis, change management and other aspects of management consultancy.
Duncan, who describes himself as highly driven, competitive, and ambitious, said the new role appealed to him because of the ability for him to transfer his skills as a leader in education and apply
them to a vast range of companies and projects.
‘I am looking forward to working on a range of projects, with professionals from different industries. I enjoy learning and challenging myself both inside and outside of work,’ he said.
Outside of work he enjoys time with his family, keeping fit, and has previously played and coached rugby at a semi-professional level.