Are you a Personal Assistant working in Yorkshire or Merseyside? Are you looking to develop your skills, gain access to inspirational speakers and top trainers while networking with like-minded professionals? If so, The PA Hub Membership Network is for you.
The PA Hub organises 10 events annually in each of the cities of Leeds, York and Liverpool, exclusively for assistants. We provide you with a vital training resource that not only expands your knowledge, skills and expertise immeasurably, but also makes you part of a network of senior and aspiring assistants.
Joining The PA Hub is an essential part of your personal and professional development. Find out more here about joining The PA Hub.
Improve your skills and knowledge, learn from others and discover cutting edge techniques to make you more effective and efficient.
Gain access to top trainers and speakers at our development events.
Listen to inspirational speakers and top assistants tell their stories alongside meeting your peers and sharing your experiences.
Meet assistants from your area working in a broad range of companies in diverse roles.
Work together to support each other whilst enhancing understanding and recognition of the assistant role.
If you are an assistant on LinkedIn please join The PA Hub Network group. This is for assistants only. This is a great forum to network, ask for advice and get great support from like-minded professionals.
Apply to join the group here.
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