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Interested in becoming a Personal Assistant?

Benefits of becoming a PA

There are lots of benefits of becoming a Personal Assistant in Care.

These include:

  • variation - the role can be very varied
  • flexibility - it can be flexible so you can find work within hours that suit you
  • attractive employment conditions - likely to have permanent working hours and often no need for formal qualifications
  • high level of job satisfaction 

For more information about the benefits of becoming a PA, visit our Is it the job for me? page.

Is it the role for you?

You can find out more information about the role of a Personal Assistant in Care on our What does the role involve? page

If you'd like to find out whether you have the qualities to become a Personal Assistant, try taking our short aptitude questionnaire.

How to become a PA

When you are ready to start working as a Personal Assistant in Care, you can register your profile on PA Web.

Once your application has been reviewed, we will add your profile to the Matching Tool and provide you with log in details so that you can access your messages.

Register your profile

Useful resources

The Greater Manchester Personal Assistants website has lots of information about working as PA. You can also read real life stories from Personal Assistants working across the region.

Skills for Care have a wealth of information on their website about the role of a Personal Assistant, including helpful guides and resources.

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