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

Stay informed

We'll let you know when there are events in your area..

Join the PA Network Scotland private forum where you can join discussions and ask questions of your fellow personal assistants. Get connected!

Events and workshops

  • Moving & Assisting Training - Glasgow

    UPDATED - THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL!!  We are running a second date on Monday 10th October - please contact us now to find out more!

     

    We are pleased to announce Moving & Assisting Training will be taking place on Tuesday 27th September in  Glasgow.  The training which is free to Personal Assistants will take place from 9.30am to 4.30pm in Central Glasgow.


    To register please call 01563-522551 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Have Your Say - Ayrshire

    Have Your Say

    Kilmarnock Coffee, Cake & Chat Session - help us give you the support and knowledge you need!

    • Date 21 September 2016
    • Location WEA Scotland, 118 Hill Street, Kilmarnock, KA3 1JL
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Latest news and blog

  • Palliative & End of Life Care Workshop

    Palliative Care & End of Life Workshop - Summary

    On the 14th June the PA Network hosted a free Palliative & End of Life Care Workshop in Kilmarnock with a group of PA's travelling from Ayrshire, Glasgow and beyond to attend.

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  • Guest Blog - Michael Gettins

    The PA Network is delighted to bring you a Guest Blog slot from Michael Gettins. Michael has attended a couple of our Network events in Ayrshire in his role as a Unison Representative and has been a source of knowledge and expertise from his own career as a Social Worker and working in Social Care across Ayrshire.

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PA SDS case studies

  • Jean & June

    Following her brother’s death, Jean now employs a close knit team of PAs to help her lead the life that she wants to live.

  • Bryan & Mark

    Bryan from Glasgow has taken back control of his care and now enjoys the support, friendship and laughter of Mark his PA.

Get in touch

01563 522551 info@panetworkscotland.org.uk

A joint project by Workers Educational Association Unison Scottish Government