New Year, New You? Train to be a Virtual Assistant

New Year, New You? Train to be a Virtual Assistant

New Year, New You? Train to be a Virtual Assistant

The start of January can leave us filled with New Year’s resolutions and some clear objectives for the upcoming 12 months.  Is one of those goals a new career?  If so attending one of our Virtual Assistant (VA) taster days could be just the right next move.

Our VA taster days are designed for experienced PAs, Administrators or Secretaries who are looking for more flexible roles that can work around the demands of a family, those desperate to escape their commute, facing redundancy, or wanting to work in their retirement.  Even those who have already started their own VA business but are looking for advice and direction could benefit from one of the taster days to help accelerate their business development.

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Packed with information, these half day sessions enable you to learn if the fast growing VA industry is for you and give you full insight into what to consider and which tools you need to build the first level foundation of your VA business.  Even if you are not quite ready to take the jump to being self-employed, it can take a few months to build your VA business in the right way so it can only help to start preparing now.

In Surrey & Sussex, these VA taster sessions are run by Get Ahead VA founder Rebecca Newenham who has joined forces with other well-known VAs to roll out VA training across the nation, creating exceptional VAs through delivering the CPD accredited VA Coaching & Training Company (VACT) VA Mastery Programme.  Events have been running over the past few months, with fantastic feedback and some candidates already enrolling on the full CPD Accredited VA Mastery course.

The January courses will be held on 15th January in Guildford and 22nd January in Haywards Heath so book your place now whilst spaces are still available.   To find out more about these exceptionally useful and inspiring sessions please visit www.vact.co.uk/va-taster-south.  You can also contact Rebecca by email on rebecca@vact.co.uk or follow Rebecca on Twitter @VACTSouth.

 

With the right tools and techniques we can make sure you make the transition to becoming a VA effectively and successfully.  




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