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How to Write Cover Letter for Further Learning Under the NABCO Career Pathways

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The NABCO career pathways exit Plans comprise three various plans, Namely Permenanet job, Entrepreneurship, and Further Learning.

Trainees are to choose one plan among these three exit pans from NABCO. But from the look of things, most trainees are much interested in Permanent jobs as against the other two plans.

A few sections of the trainees also have plans to further their education therefore looking to go for the further learning Plan.

Just Like the permanent job and entrepreneurship plans, trainees who will like to go for further learning are also expected to write a cover letter during their application on the NABCO career pathways portal.

These trainees are not clear of the type of letter they should write while others have an idea of the cover letter but are not certain as to whether that’s what’s required of them.

If you’re one of these trainees and looking for a sample cover letter for Further learning as part of your application, then this article is going to be of help to you.

In this article, we are going to discuss what’s entailed in a cover letter for further learning and also give a sample of this cover letter to serve as a guide to all who will like to apply for further learning as part of NABCO’s career exit plans.

The cover letter for Further learning is a formal letter that trainees are expected to write, addressing to the NABCO Chief Executive Officer for consideration.

Trainees are expected to put their letters in “Formal letter writing format”.

Starting with the letter is the Trainees address, then Recipient address (NABCO), and finally the Salutation, Body of the letter, and conclusion.

See Below the Sample of the Cover letter for Further learning Under the NABCo career pathways process. 


C/o Kojo Nkrumah
P.O.Box ks 2010
Adum, Kumasi
A/R

The Chief Executive Officer
Nation Builders Corps
2 Abafan Cres, Accra Ghana

Dear Sir,

APPLICATION FOR FURTHER LEARNING 

First of all, I will like to express my deepest gratitude for being a NABCO trainee as part of the Current Government flagship prgeamme.

I am in the person of Kojo Nkrumah, a trainee under the Educate Ghana Module. I would like to request your kind permission to review and further assess my application for Further learning as part of the NABCO career pathways exit plans process.

I am writing this letter to explain my purpose in applying to Further Learning as one of the three exit plans. My career objective is to obtain the necessary professional certificates and qualifications that would help improve my performance in a practical business environment.

To achieve this goal, I plan to further my education at the university in other to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting Education.

I attain my Diploma certificate in accounting at Kumasi Technical University and now looking to attain a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting Education.

I strongly believe attaining a degree in B.e.d Accounting can be a starting point for me to achieve my academic goals.

Please accept my deepest appreciation and gratitude for your further assessment and consideration. I will be patiently waiting for a positive reply.

Thank you!

Yours Faithfully,
Signed
Kojo Nkrumah.


Note:

Please the above is a sample cover letter for further learning under the NABCO career pathways plan. Trainees who are interested in applying for further studies can use this as a guide when writing the cover letter for their application.

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