Train Driver CV Example

Use this cv example for Train Driver job applications.

CV Example – Train Driver 1 High Street, Small Town 07707707070

: Train Driver Cover Letter

About Me

An ambitious, focused individual with a background in public transportation, seeking employment as a train driver.


Small Town Community College

July 2013 GCSE’s

  • 9 GCSE’s grade A*-C with a B in English and an A in mathematics.

British Airways Language Flag Award in German


West Coast Rail Services
| Riverside Industrial Park, Tidworth

Transport Attendant February 2014 – Present

Duties include monitoring tickets and punching them to prevent reuse, keeping the train clean and tidy, and ensuring the safety of travelling passengers. A key element to my job was to provide boarding assistance to the elderly, sick, or disabled passengers wishing to travel. I also learned customer service skills by providing travel information and advice where necessary, as well as dealing with the occasional complaint, which I did proactively and efficiently.


  • Focused and able to concentrate for extended periods of time.
  • Responsible, with the ability to react quickly and effectively to problems and challenges.
  • Able to work on flexible rotations.
  • Polite with highly polished customer service skills
  • A background working in other areas of the public transport service.


Available upon request

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