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Invite to training letter template

Use this template to notify individuals / grades of a training event that it has been deemed to be beneficial to them. Use this where the responsibility to book training rests with an individual, rather than a central HR department.


£4.00

Invite to training

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Employee Training Opportunity

[Organisation] is sponsoring an [Event Type] entitled [Event Title] on [Date]. This event will be hosted by [Name] and will commence at [Time]. It will take place in [Location] and will run [Length of Time] and end at approximately [Time]. The event will cost £[Amount].

It is highly advised that all [Job Title] attend the [Event Name]. Updates to current legislation and company policy will be discussed, as well as how these changes will affect business here at [Organisation]. This [Event] will/will not count towards formal professional development ac

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- Management documents

Last update

8 March 2021

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