Training and Development Resume Format

By | June 5, 2010

A training and development officer manages the learning and professional development of an organization’s workforce.

They are responsible for developing a training package so as to maintain a motivated and skilled workforce to achieve the goals of an organization.

This sample resume can be used to apply for sports management jobs, sports trainer jobs, sports coach jobs etc.

Sample Training and Development Resume

Antwan Adams

1093 Massachusetts Ave.

DC  20001-5431

Washington

atwnadams@hotmail.com

Mobile No: +202-8373-726

Telephone No: +202-842-3940

Career Objective:

I want a challenging and rewarding training and development manager position in a growth-oriented organization which offers diverse job responsibility and the potential for advancement.

I have a strong background in leadership and managing the implementation of the companies’ goals. I am motivated and enthusiastic. I have proven ability to gain account loyalty and have excellent closing skills.

I am a responsible, detail oriented and able to solve problems in an efficient but quick way. I am organized with great ability to multi-task.

I have the ability to meet deadlines for projects given and can work well under pressure. I have good interpersonal skills thus relate to the clients well. I therefore believe I am most suited for the job.

Professional Experience:

2003- 2008: Assistant Training & Development Manager–Massachusetts HealthCare Co.

2000- 2003: Training & Development Management Trainee-Massachusetts HealthCare Co.

Qualifications:

1998- 2000: Master of Arts: Organizational Management – The Evergreen State College

1994- 1997: Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Relations – Seattle Community College

Achievements:

Member; Association of American Scholars

Hobbies:

Networking

Aerobics

Swimming

Referees:

Can be provided upon request.

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