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How to become a Virtual Assistant?
Therefore, if you’re wondering “How to become a Virtual Assistant?” or if you wanting to have any of the following opportunities in your life:
- Be your own boss – first and foremost you are a Business Owner, you happen to sell admin support services.
- Greater flexibility – work and family life in alignment.
- Run a successful business.
- A portable career – the ability to work whenever and wherever you want.
- Be a military spouse who wants to accompany military personnel on frequent assignment changes without having to give up their career.
- To have a wide ranging role – supporting multiple clients meaning that every day is different.
- To always be learning something new – business doesn’t stand still.
- Having the ability to take control of your own life and your career.
On this site, you will find the answers to the exam question “How to become a Virtual Assistant” and you have, the support you need to create your own awesome and authentic VA business.
What you get if you train with Amanda?
VACT graduates added an extra £3,224 onto their turnover, compared to VAs without any training and earned £2,104 more than with the next training company. Source: UK Virtual Assistant Survey v9 – for more information please visit: www.societyofvirtualassistants.co.uk
There are a lot of VA training and coaching courses out there, with so many of them being impersonal and fully automated courses. You get sent a vast array of information and left to do with it what you can (sometimes nothing). The information is cribbed from snippets they have picked up here and there, then cobbled together from what they learnt on their training courses, perhaps prepping you on the general tasks and skills that are required to become a VA. Your questions go unanswered, you feel unsupported and you are left floundering. Not good!
Well when you work with me – it’s the complete opposite, I am here with you inspiring, challenging you and supporting you to be an “Awesome” VA Business Owner.
Praise for our Training Courses and Mentoring
The VACT Blog
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