Sample Training CV

When a person is charged with tutoring students, he or she needs to be skilled at instruction, possess great people skills and have the ability to be patient and understanding so as to be able to handle slow learners or discipline cases. A high level of self-discipline as a trainer is also vital, so as to instill the same kind of restraint among your students. This will also be helpful for you when writing CVs for job positions as a training coordinator, training manager, personal training, training assistant, training consultant, training specialist and training director. A sample training CV is as shown below.

Sample Training CV Format

Henry James

11th Drake Street

West Kane

Hyde Park

Mobile No: +1 61 71 83

Telephone No: +1 56 87 41

Career Objective

To target constant advancement of my studies through research and exploration so as to be in line with current curriculums and training requirements. To be a highly qualified and experienced trainer with the right skill set for training future leaders.

Professional background

2005 – 2009: Training consultant  –  Mandalay Institute,  Birmingham


  • Setting up course outlines for new courses
  • Developing exams and test scenarios for students
  • Training and Supervision of practical class work
  • Student inventory management

2003 – 2004: Trainer – Rushdie College, London


  • Background coursework creation for new courses
  • Emergency assessment and examination set-up for students
  • Guidance and supervision of students and offering class work
  • Student record management

Educational background

1999 – 2002: Degree in Educations Studies – Huxley University, Manchester

1996 – 1998: Diploma in Social Studies – Fenton College, Sunderland


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