Kirwan enjoyed a successful career as a classroom teacher for 28
years. He founded an independent private consulting practice in 1980
and operated it on a part-time basis until he took an early
retirement from teaching in 2001 to devote full-time to his
consulting business, specializing in the fields of Education,
Training and Career Development.
He incorporated his practice in 2001 as a family business and
founded Infocom Canada Business Consultants Inc.
In December of 2010 he was elected to the position of School Board
Trustee for the Rainbow District School Board in the Greater Sudbury
Area of Northeastern Ontario.
In 2011 he became a founding partner of CMP Concussion Management
Partners Inc., a firm which helps school boards and minor sport
organizations in Canada and the United States develop customized
concussion management programs. His primary focus as a Concussion
Management Consultant is in the area of elementary and secondary
schools, in particular, helping teachers accommodate students who
are dealing with symptoms of concussions.
He continues to provide education, training and staff development
consultation services to businesses and corporations with an
emphasis on designing procedures and protocols which will ensure a
consistent standard of excellence among employees and
Robert Kirwan, O.C.T., B.A. (Math), M.A. (Education)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Infocom Canada Business Consultants Inc.
Neuropsychologist For Canadian Major Junior Hockey & Hockey
Dr. Michael Czarnota, a practicing Neuropsychologist
from Detroit with extensive experience in sport-related concussions
and Mr. Robert Kirwan, an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) who holds
a Masterís Degree in Education and is currently serving as a
School Board Trustee, are the founding partners of a private
practice which provides concussion management program development
workshops to school boards and minor sport organizations in Canada
and the USA.
Dr. Czarnota and Mr. Kirwan will be providing coaches, parents,
volunteers and teachers from school boards and minor sport
organizations establish the foundation for a new and/or revised
concussion management program for young athletes and will include
the most practical, effective and up-to-date procedures and
protocols for sport-related concussion identification and
Mr. Kirwan will also work with school boards and minor sport
organizations in a variety of other ways in order to empower them to
enhance their concussion management protocols. In particular, Mr.
Kirwan will work with teachers, coaches, and administrators of
school boards on the development of concussion management programs.