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Thank You Learnership Letter: Write it Now

Write Thank You For the Learnership Letter. Is your learnership, apprenticeship or internship over? If you’re struggling to move on and find other opportunities, maintain contact with your former trainer and employer. It’s possible that they can connect you with other opportunities or may take an interest in your progress if you reach out to say thanks.

Thank You for the Learnership Letter

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Had a great experience on a learnership? Say thank you!

If your experience is or was great, it’s highly likely that someone else will decide to study because of your story. Sending learnership organisers a thank you letter will ensure that they understand the value of what they are doing.

Tell the Organizers What You Enjoyed in Your Learnership Letter

It is important for learners and apprentices to end their contracts on a high note with their employer-trainer for the following reasons:

  1. Building a positive reputation: A positive experience and a good reference from a former employer-trainer can be valuable for future job opportunities.
  2. Networking: Ending the contract on a good note can help the apprentice maintain a professional relationship with the employer-trainer, which could lead to future job recommendations or connections.
  3. Career Development: The skills and experience gained during the apprenticeship will help the apprentice further their career. A positive experience during the apprenticeship can improve their confidence and motivation to continue learning and growing professionally.

Therefore, ending the contract on a high note can benefit your future career prospects and personal growth. Sending them a letter of thanks is a sure way to end on a high note!

The organisers could be a human resources person at the company, a training provider, a college or an employer. Sometimes there are two or three parties listed on your contract, make contact with those parties. Sending organisers a thank you letter shows your appreciation and creates an opportunity for you to politely request information about taking your experience further.

A Learnership Letter to Thank the Employer and Training Provider

If you’ve just completed an apprenticeship let your professionalism shine through. Be living proof that their efforts and investment in you worked. Don’t let them know it’s been difficult to find work or more study options, tell them you would like to continue developing with them either by participating in more programmes or in working for them.

Training providers and employers are often open to upskilling youth to work with other youth. Perhaps you could become involved in training other youths just starting out. Be bold, if you made a great impression when you were on the programme with them, they will be open to a chat just because they like you. Most education professionals are motivated by energised learners, and take advantage of this emotional value. Employers and training providers both like to quote stats and tell stories of who they helped, so fit their purposes so that you can reach your goals.

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Thank You for the Learnership Letter

Dear [Employer/Training Provider Name],

I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude for the learnership opportunity you have provided me. I am incredibly grateful for the experience, guidance, and knowledge I have gained during my time in the training program.

Working alongside such experienced and knowledgeable professionals has been a truly invaluable experience. I have learned so much from each of you, and I am confident that the skills and knowledge I have gained will serve me well in my future endeavors.

I appreciate the time and effort you have invested in my professional development, and I am excited to continue to learn and grow as I move forward in my career. Please know that I am committed to applying the skills and knowledge I have gained during this learnership program to make a meaningful contribution to your organization.

Once again, thank you for this incredible opportunity. I look forward to continuing to work with you and your team.

Sincerely, [Your Name]

Thanking the Employer: Thank You for the Learnership Letter

I completed the X apprenticeship programme in 2022 and wanted to share what the experience has meant to me and how it’s been life-changing.

As an employee at your premises, I’ve learnt/seen how / been inspired by / been challenged to…

My experiences have led to the realisation of two goals:

  1. Working for your firm and being a real representation of the success of your programmes
  2. Either participating in further development programmes with you or in being trained to work with youth you place on those programmes.
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Tips for the apprenticeship thank you letter

  • write about any one aspect or briefly explain a few different points about the experience.
  • If you’re writing about different things – try making one of them funny. For example Thanks to you l probably learnt the most valuable career lesson of all, that arriving late on Monday means no muffins at the meeting!
  • Keep it brief, each word counts, and don’t waffle. For professional reasons you want to impress them with a carefully executed letter that makes them want more of you.
  • Link your learning to the professional environment, showing how you’re ready to get started on your career path
  • if you know they offer the same qualification at a higher level, show your interest in being placed on the next level-up programme.

As a learner, the experience taught me about balancing different roles and goals. I’ve enjoyed putting what I learnt into practice and especially enjoyed…

Ideas you can use

  1. … being challenged regularly and realising that learning was actually very motivating
  2. … the coaching and mentoring you offered was ….
  3. … the feedback from colleagues and assessors who commented on our progress …

Thank the Training Provider for the Knowledge you Gained

The training provider is the organisation responsible for issuing your certificates. It could be a private provider or a college. Check with your facilitator if you’re unsure.

Dear Training Provider

The apprenticeship is about to end and I wanted to thank you for the training received.

I understand that you offer limited opportunity each year and wanted to let you know how much the experience has meant to me.

Your training made me realise how much I enjoy learning and challenging myself to keep improving. I also appreciate the support you offered when…

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Training Provider Tips:

  • Give them a story that shows the value of having them on your side.
  • Keep it brief and professional 😉

Thanks to your training and the workplace experience, I feel positive about my future and have set a personal development goal to keep growing. 

For your records, please find my attached CV, updated with the learnership details. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you are recruiting for another learnership in the same field and require a committed, professional candidate.

Sincerely

Bright Future

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