Become an Associate VA – £25

Both new and established Virtual Assistants can greatly benefit from taking on Associate work.

It’s not only a fantastic way for new VAs to gain experience, figure out what tasks they like doing and earn a regular income, established VAs also like taking on Associate work because there’s less pressure to find direct clients and the additional income can really help during quiet periods.

However, if you’re looking to become an Associate it’s important to know how it all works. Because when you understand what a Lead VA is looking for and what you can do to stand out from the crowd, you’re much more likely to be the one who gets the role.

Work with Associates – £179

If you’re an existing VA who’s trading time for money, you’ll know that the only way you can make more money is by working more hours, creating packages or by leveraging other people’s time.

This training, only available via The VA Handbook, covers everything you need to know about working with other VAs – from how to determine which tasks you can delegate and the hiring process, all the way through to team management.

Starting out as a Virtual Assistant

VA Handbook Interview

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