Training assistants are responsible for assisting training managers in providing services to groups and individuals. This work is primarily in a support role with many administrative functions being a huge part in making it successful.
People applying for a training assistant job will need to highlight their administrative acumen when writing a cover letter. The following sample can be used as an example.
Training Assistant Cover Letter Sample
8011 North Street
Whitewater, WI 80112
February 24, 2013
Ms. Stephanie Hill
99 Hamilton Place
Whitewater, WI 82821
Dear Ms. Hill:
I recently spoke with a former professor of mine who suggested that I apply for the position of a Training Assistant at Acme Trainers. With a strong interest in administrative work associated with pertinent training sessions, I am optimistic about my qualification for this position.
As an experienced training assistant, I anticipate working in an environment that is conducive to professionalism entirely. The two years that I have spent working at this position at Delta Training Services have been quite an eye opener as far the skills that are required to fulfill the duties of this position. Given that I am a go getter, I strive hard to ensure that all training venues and course materials are pre-determined in order to refrain from confusion at the time of training. My organizational skills are such that I have never had trouble with training materials updates or records filing. Possessing full knowhow of popular HR programs, I am familiar with running standard and custom reports as and when deemed necessary.
The enclosed resume highlights some of my more compelling skills as an assistant trainer which I would like to discuss with you at the first opportunity. I can be contacted at (008) 888-8888 if you need any more information regarding my suitability for this position.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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