Rob Carter


Rob has more than 20 years experience developing and delivering IT-rich programmes in a variety of educational settings including Academies, Colleges, Free Schools, as well as in collaboration with architects and builders. He has worked with over 100 schools and managed ICT budgets worth ~£80million over the course of his career.

Rob started his career in teaching and currently co-designs and delivers CPD and ‘new school’ launch programmes. He is an effective Coach, Chartered IT Professional, Advanced Google Certified Educator, Programme Manager, Head of Computing and ICT Lead. He is certified in PRINCE2 PM and MBCS CITP, is a skilled facilitator, and has extensive experience developing effective public/ private sector partnerships.

Rob has also worked as a Change Management consultant for Mott McDonald, Becta, RM and Place Group. His work with the Department for Education (DfE) and its sponsored delivery arm, the Training and Development Agency (TDA) included managing the London Schools plan and leading whole school approaches to outstanding use of ICT to raise standards in an ICT rich environment.

Rob is a graduate of University of Leeds, from which he has a BSc (Hons) in ICT and Maths. Rob lives in SW London with his wife and two teenage sons.

“After working in numerous schools supporting learning through technology, I am really excited to be involved with schools in a different way. As a parent, I know how mental health challenges can sneak up on you and I really believe in Invincible Me’s vision to support both young pupils and their educators and school leaders in terms of their wellbeing.”