HR & Training Manager Cover Letter

by Kimberly Sarmiento

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(Name of Hiring Manager, Title)
(Name of Company)
(City, State, Zip)


Dear (Mr. or Ms.) (Last Name),

As a Human Resources & Training Manager, I offer a proven ability to develop and execute training programs that target both new and existing employees, working to improve performance, capacity, quality, service, and bottom-line results. Additionally, I am highly skilled in communicating complex technical concepts to both technical and non-technical employees, including financial managers, sales personnel, and other internal stakeholders.

I effectively build, train, and develop strong teams during periods of startup and growth. The results of my work are seen in my employer’s ability to handle increased volume, open new locations, and expand their product lines and offerings. Examples of my work include:

  • Managed a corporate training center for Company A, overseeing more than 7,500 sq. ft. of training space that included classrooms and hands-on learning environments; recruited and directed 20+ instructors to lead product specific courses as well as certifications for Six Sigma, Train the Trainer, and project management.
  • Implemented multiple courses on software developed and used in-house for Company B; ensured users understood all software features and benefits to maximize system efficiencies.
  • Enhanced company brand by improving the credentials of corporate staff and contractors; personally mentored more than 50 team members in completing numerous industry certifications and coached in-house and contract staff in safety and compliance protocols.

Confident I will make a positive impact on your operation, I respectfully submit my resume for your review. I would also like to request a personal meeting to discuss your upcoming goals and how I can help you achieve them. I will make myself available at your convenience and look forward to your call. Thank you for your consideration.



John D. Smith