EPAA Podcasts

Welcome to EPAA Podcasts!

Our Podcast series allows us to really dig deep into the lives of Assistants from different sectors and backgrounds.

We look at how Assistants came to the profession in the first place and why they work in their chosen sector. 

We also cover best practice and top tips on moving to another sector and the role more generally. We will also look at hard hitting issues, which are not often discussed across the industry but of vital importance to the longevity of the PA profession.

Being an Assistant in the Third Sector

Please be introduced to Leonnie Braker, EA to CEO of NSPCC and her colleague Craig Harris, EA to the People Director.

Craig and Leonnie gave us an insight into their working lives as Third Sector Assistants, working for one of the largest children’s charities in the UK!

We also discuss their top tips for moving to this sector as an Assistant and the role more generally. Hear Craig’s view on Male Assistants and why the forthcoming #NotJustAgirlsJob is important, as well as their views on recent awards and what it has meant to their careers.

Being an Assistant PWC Guernsey

Join EPAA CEO Victoria Darragh as she interviews Helen Le Poidevin and Victoria Le Prevost from PWC, Guernsey (Channel Islands). 

We take a look at their respective career paths and what led them to the role of the PA. This fascinating interview provides an insight into what it is like working for PWC Guernsey and why they are an employer of choice for them.  

Helen and Victoria also discuss the importance of regional PA networking and their top tips for success. Also sharing their passion for young people entering the profession and a recent story of a very happy PA apprentice!

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