Here you will find resources we have found useful over our years in business. (*Note some will be affiliate links.)


105 Things a VA Can Do – and the 1 thing they can’t! – Lyn Prowse-Bishop

If you’ve ever wondered what a VA can do to help you in your business this short
list will help! Download here


Certified Professional (Virtual) Authors Assistant – Fully self-paced and online this is a great course if you are interested in assisting authors. Developed by Jan King the course covers everything from manuscript creation, publishing services, and book marketing services.
VA Classroom/Freelance University Since 2008 VA Classroom (now Freelance University) has been inspiring and educating Virtual Assistants from around the globe to develop in-demand skills.


VA Directory – THE go to network for Virtual Assistants – founded by Kathie Thomas in 1996 the network and directory is the longest running in Australia – for both overseas and Australian VAs.
AAVIP (Australian Association for Virtual Industry Professionals) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the education and development of its members as part of the professional Virtual Assistants industry, and educating the public on the role and function of the Virtual Assistant here in Australia.
VA Networking –¬†The VA Networking Virtual Assistant Career startup program¬†is designed to get your Virtual Assistant business up and running easily, quickly, without the stress of doing it from scratch in just 30 days. Plenty of resources for VAs including training programs.