What is the format of training letter?

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Training Letter

Employee training letter is a letter of appointment to the candidate or it can be offer letter to the employee already working in the organisation in both cases a employee training letter offer s training for employee/recruit on certain skills as per the requirement of their new post basically it is an invitation letter sent on behalf of the company. Employee training is a important aspect for their career growth so therefore employee training letter I an important component while generating prospective of the employee the letter are formal in nature have to professionally written.

Training Letter

Employee training letter contains:

First name or the brand of the company it always must be written on company letter head

Name of the candidate

Mentioning of their new role /designation

Skill needed for their new role

Need of the training

Start date of the training


Reporting officer and time

And authority signature

On completion of course the company or employer will provide employees with a course completion certificate .Below are the samples for the training letter and course completion certificate

Training Letter Format

Company Training Certificate Format

Course Completion Letter Format

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