Professional Organiser

What is a Professional Organiser?

A professional organiser helps de-clutter a living or working area and organises homes and businesses.

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What does a Professional Organiser do?

A professional organiser is hired by both individual people and companies, and normally:

  • Organises living and work places
  • Teaches methods of organising possessions, papers, and work supplies
  • Teaches effective time management
  • Find ways to increase productivity in business
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How much could I earn?

Average salary


Example: Personal assistants and other secretaries, 2013

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How to become a Professional Organiser

GCSEs and A-levels in English and maths would serve you extremely well.  You can also use business studies, law, sociology, design and technology, and psychology, if you choose.  They are non-essential but useful.

After school, there are various courses in organisational skills you can take, ranging from a six-month certificate to a two-year diploma.  You probably won’t need to go any higher than an NVQ Level 2.  Check out your local college or adult learning centre for courses.  You can also look into distance learning courses, where you can study from home.

Setting up for yourself, you will need a full driver’s licence as you will need to travel.  You may also need a police check. The Prince’s Trust can help you set up your own business with advice, a mentor, and even a loan.

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