Traing Session Request Letter

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Submitted By jeanette
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September 28, 2013

Wydade Consulting Service
50 Wydade Way
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Attn: Jeremy Dittmer
Relations Specialist Manager:

Re: Training Session on Sexual Harassment and Unlawful Discrimination in the Work Place

Dear Mr. Jeremy Dittmer:

Good Morning Mr. Dittmer, my name is your name Administrative Assistance in the Human Resources Department. On behalf of Broadworth General Hospital, I’m writing to reserve Wydade Consulting Service. Too instruct a training seminar on Sexual Harassment and Unlawful Discrimination in the Work Place. Since, I’ve been asked to assist you with the organization of the seminar. I though it to be appropriate to inform you that all accommodations will be provided by Broadworth General Hospital. I’ll make all necessary arrangement, to assist you with the coordination to achieve a successful training seminar. Attendees will consist of a group of 20 staff supervisors, for about 2 hours. Located here at our campus facility, I’ll reserve one of our state of the art hi-tech training rooms. Refreshment will be provided for all to enjoy a nice 15 minute break.

Since, Broadworth General, has contracted all of is training through Wydade Consulting Service for over 20 years. I’m aware Wydade, requires a three months notification to properly prepare for training session. Please accept this letter as the written statement as a prerequisite for three months advanced reservation. I’m enthusiastically, looking forward to assisting you and the assigned instructor that will be provided. Please contact me at your earliest conveniences to discuss the details. That way you could advise me of a list of materials the trainer will need for the seminar’s coordination. I can be reached at 201-333-3300, between normal business hours of 9 to 5.

Thank you

Best Regards,

Your Name; Administrative Assistance…...

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