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Training and Development Manager Cover Letter Sample

A training and development manager cover letter sample is provided here to show how a job applicant can learn what to include in such a letter when applying for work in the training industry. Training and development manager cover letters should indicate the job seekers' knowledge and experience and be specific about his or her ability to oversee both the training and the employees.

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Marion Pierce
809 Mason Avenue
Bay View, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

November 1, 20--

Mr. Ted Freedman
Hiring Manager
The Barlow Institute
300 Main Street
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Freedman:

Today on CareerJimmy.com I read your listing for professional training and development experts to contact you about an opening at your company for a training and development manager.

I’d be very interested in hearing more about this opportunity, particularly since I’m a professional trainer who has written and delivered sales trainings to over 5,000 employees during the last five years. Please see my attached resume for more details.

After writing cover letters today, I am hopeful that I will receive an invitation to be interviewed for a managerial position. I would also welcome the chance to share what I believe I can bring to your company—unique training ideas and time-tested strategies, and of course I also want to hear what you have in mind for the person you hire.

Are you available to meet with me in person?

If so, please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 so we can arrange an interview time that is agreeable to both of us. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you at your convenience.

Sincerely,

Marion Pierce