PA Network Scotland

Welcome to the Personal Assistants Network Scotland the only website in Scotland created for people who work directly for the person they support. Join our network, meet other PAs and access learning opportunities developed for PAs like you.

  • Building a network where you can meet and get to know other Personal Assistants

  • Update your skills with our free training for Personal Assistants

  • Access to advice and support at work when you need it

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Latest news and blog

  • PA Network : Members Forum

    We are pleased that the PA Network has successfully secured funding from Scottish Government to continue and develop our services to PAs.  However, in an attempt to maximise the work we can do and the current limited use of the Forum, we regret to advise that the Forum part of our service will close shortly.  The remainder of our support will remain in place and we will continue to provide a phone, email, online and face to face support network to PAs.

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  • Good News : Additional Funding Awarded

    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded continued funding for the Personal Assistants Network Scotland by Scottish Government.  This funding will allow us to continue working with Personal Assistants and provide ongoing support to existing and new PAs.  More details will be announced in due course and we are currently busy planning events for the next few months. 

    To ensure you are kept up to date with news and events please register  your details on the website using the "Stay Informed" button!

     

PA SDS case studies

  • Susanne's Story

    Becoming a Personal Assistant has been a career progression for Susanne, enabling her to bring her wealth of experience and knowledge and develop her role within the team supporting Heather & Zoe

  • Iain's Story

    Iain provides support to Peter enabling him to enjoy his garden, social outings and company.

Get in touch

01563 522551 info@panetworkscotland.org.uk

A joint project by Workers Educational Association Unison Scottish Government