Training Assistant Resume with Less or No Experience

Updated August 26, 2018

Training assistants help training managers in training new employees by performing a variety of clerical and administrative jobs. They may be expected to file employee reviews or even something as menial as taking telephone calls.

This position requires an individual to be well organized and have the ability to multitask effectively. If you are looking for a job as a training assistant, you will need to make sure that your resume holds information that qualifies you for this position. You may use the following resume as a sample.


Sample Resume for Training Assistant (Less or No Experience)


Elizabeth Cooper

7 North Street, Whitewater, WI 82911
(019) 874-9521 | e.cooper @ email . com

Seeking a Training Assistant position with the Stoops utilizing skills in performing training-related work with precision and in an organized manner.

• Functional knowledge of prepping workstations and stocking them with applicable equipment
• Hands on experience in testing different company maintained products for discrepancies
• Competent at obtaining approval of training supplier and managing related course content activities
• Highly experienced in sending out course evaluation feedback and managing needed communication with training managers

• Implemented an automated records system in place of the manual (obsolete) system to accelerate information procedures
• Assisted in successful training of 32 groups within a number of capacities

McDonald’s – Whitewater, WI
Training Assistant | Dec 2011 – Jan 2013
• Assisted with scheduling of training sessions and notifying all parties
• Ensured all training venues are booked in advance
• Sent out pre-course information as necessary
• Managed training materials and data
• Allocated staff to groups in the events of repeated training sessions
• Recorded training attendance
• Kept training records and files up to date
• Ran standard and custom training reports in predefined software

Whitewater City University – Whitewater, WI – 2010
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration

• Strong communication and interpersonal skills
• Profound ability to work independently
• Excellent multitasking and organizational skills
• Ability to operate training equipment
• Professional behavior even in the event of adversity