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• Always address the letter by name to the concerned person.
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• Communicate what makes you an ideal candidate for the position.
• Arrange your text into short paragraphs and use proper spacing to avoid text crowding.
• Address three or four main demands of the employer regarding the position at hand.
• Close confidently and schedule an interview for yourself.
November 2, 2016
Mr. Frank Sheldon
930 Sphinx Ave
Omaha, NE 43002
Dear Mr. Sheldon:
Your position for training coordinator seems quite appealing since my background absolutely complements your requirements. Qualified as a seasoned training coordinator and licensed to practice in Omaha state, I bring 6+ years of diverse experience in management of professional coaching.
In order to prove my candidacy, I’d like to draw your attention to my professional accomplishments:
● Pioneered in development of continued educational materials for professionals at varied levels and was highly commended and acknowledged for the same by the International Association of Professional Development IAPD.
● Evaluated the on-the-job training projects at LTC and updated the curriculum and content of workshops, enhancing the training efficiency by 60%.
● Conducted 35 workshops for training of newly hired employees effectively during the past year alone.
● Implemented a resourceful course evaluation mechanism that enabled the delegate’s feedback to directly reach the facilitators and speakers ensuring anonymity leading to more relevant and productive sessions.
My communication and interpersonal skills coupled with proficiency in various computer applications make me very good at what I do, i.e., training coordination, development of professional grooming programs and personnel counseling.
Accustomed to doing more with fewer resources, I look forward to join your team as a dedicated training coordinator. Please feel free to call me at (003) 222- 3333 if you have any queries. I will call your secretary after 3 days to schedule an interview.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
771 West Street
Middletown Springs, VT 45111
November 2, 2016
Ms. Elizabeth Cooper
22 Brosseau Road
Middletown Springs, VT 45622
Dear Mrs. Cooper:
Having worked in the healthcare industry for almost a decade now, my interest in your advertisement for a Training Coordinator was piqued when I saw your listing in Craigslist. Having worked for the Family Health Center previously, I would like to impart my knowledge to the people attending sessions at Planned Parenting for which I enclose my resume herewith.
I have had the opportunity to work with diverse groups during my employment at the Family Health Center. I am highly skilled in providing training to people who are concerned about birth control, teen education and cancer screenings along with helping assist in women’s advocacy programs. Besides, I am an effective communicator and able to motivate others towards a particular idea while being supportive and understanding what their demands and needs are. In my previous employment I was responsible for identifying and assessing training needs, developing and researching training curriculum and planning training events and activities. My experience in this line of work extends to “training the trainer” as I have conducted several programs where I have had the opportunity to provide trainers with valuable information that they can add to their knowledge base.
I’d welcome the opportunity to become part of your dynamic team. Please feel free to contact me at (000) 999-9999 if needed. Thank you for your time to review this application.
Forsyth P. Jones