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Trainer Job Letter & Resume

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Trainer Resume Template (#40782)
The trainer job cover letter and resume template examples show you how to use the work experience, career objective and job responsibilities to build a simple cv and job letter documents.
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Trainer Cover Letter Example
From / Candidate Inf.

- Full name
- Address: city, state, zip code
- Contact mobile / phone numbers
- Email address
To / HR Personnel Inf.

- Title/Name
- Position
- Organization name
- Organization address


Dear Hiring Manager:

I'm submitting a letter to express my strong desire to be considered for the position of "trainer" being offered by [ organization name ]. I fully believe I'm qualified to fill the position and make great contributions to encourage the growth of organization.

A brief review of my career working experience will reveal what I can contribute to [ organization name ]:

I have 45 years old, finished B.Sc commerce from the faculty of commercial studies 4 years, got a dba in hr, finished training as t o t, with a total working experience of 15 to 16 years, summarized as: hr manager for 3 years, and from 12 years started working as trainer.

I'm convinced that I can provide you with the detailed information needed for you to see what positive contributions I could make if given the chance to come in for an interview.

At your earliest convenience please contact me at 323.937.3931, or send me an email.

[ Applicant name ]

Trainer Resume Template

Professional experience:

Trainer employee from [ joining date ] till [ leaving date ]


Clarifies employer expectations for employee, provides basis of measuring job performance; provides clear description of role for job candidates; Provides a structure and discipline for company to understand and structure all jobs and ensure necessary activities; duties and responsibilities are covered by one job or another; provides continuity of role parameters irrespective of manager interpretation; enables pay and grading systems to be structured fairly and logically; prevents arbitrary interpretation of role content and limit by employee and employer and manager; essential reference tool in issues of employee employer dispute, essential reference tool for discipline issues; provides important reference points for training and development areas; provides neutral and objective as opposed to subjective or arbitrary reference points for appraisals, performance reviews and counselling; enables formulation of skill set and behaviour set requirements per role; enables organisation to structure and manage roles in a uniform way; thus increasing efficiency and effectiveness of recruitment, training and development, organisational structure, work flow and activities, customer service, etc; Enables factual view as opposed to instinctual to be taken by employees and managers in career progression and succession planning.


B.Sc, Commerc, business administration sectio, commercial studies - 4 years faculty, clorado universit, 9/1991.


Resuming my career as - trainer - in a company where I can express my skills and experience.

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