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

  • Tea, Scones & Blether - Ayrshire

    Come along to our Tea, Scones & Blether session in Kilmarnock on 7th September!

    In response to your requests for more social / peer support events, we invite you to come along to enjoy a cuppa, scone and blether with us and other PAs.  We will be at WEA offices, Hill Street, Kilmarnock on  Thursday 7th September from 1pm to 3pm

    From this session we hope to establish regular ongoing events therefore your input is greatly needed!

    Please let us know if you can attend by dropping an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling Sharon on 01563522551

  • Emergency First Aid at Work - Training

    We are offering subsidised Emergency First Aid at Work training in the Lothians area.  Training relevant to your employment could be paid via your employers SDS package and we would recommend discussing this option with your employer and social worker / local authority.

    • Date 19/09/17
    • Location Lothian

Latest news and blog

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

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