Corporate Trainer Introduction Letter Template

When any person is selected for the job position of a corporate trainer in any company or organization, they must introduce him to the whole members. Here in this situation, they want some letters of introduction.

Now here, while writing this letter, you have to write the person’s name, personality, joining date, and some other words. If you cannot find some relevant words to complete your letter, you can easily use the below letters.

Letter Template: 1

(Mention the sender’s name)

(Mention the Job Title)

(Mention the company name)

(Mention the Date)

To,

(Mention the recipient’s name)

(Mention the Job Title)

(Mention the Organization’s name)

Subject: Introduction Letter for the Corporate Trainer

Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

I am writing this letter to inform you all about the new addition for the post of Corporate Trainer (mention the name of the person) in our company (mention the Company name) and he will join the work from the date of (mention the date). He is an experienced person (mention the experience) and loves his job, which is a plus point as we were looking for someone dedicated to his work. 

He has a good knowledge of teaching methodologies tools, is willing to introduce new techniques to incorporate teaching, is very proficient in MS Office with amazing organizational skills, and has critical thinking and decision-making ability with required degrees, which is what we are happy with about.

As we will be meeting on a daily basis, anyone can get his guidance or ask questions if any confusion or can contact him at his email id (mention his email id). So finally, we have an expert corporate trainer who looks into details and has good ideas. If anyone needs any additional information about her.

For any doubts about anything, you can call me at my official number (mention the number) or send me an email at my official mail id (mention the email id).

Thank you so much 

Yours 

Sincerely,

[Mention the name of the sender]

(Signature of the sender).

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