Personal Assistants (also known as PAs) support managers and professional work teams. They take care of business correspondence, appointments, travel arrangements for their manager, as well as maintain confidential files and documents.
As a Personal Assistant you’ll be preparing your manager for meetings and conferences, often carrying out background research and making briefing notes. At times you may attend meetings along with your manager to take minutes or setup presentation materials. You’ll also be answering the phone and screening their calls.
There are 10 courses available for people who want to become a Personal Assistant.