You are studying for a qualification, and you would like some time off work to complete it. Write a letter to your manager. In your letter: Ask for some time off to complete a qualification. Suggest what you will do later at work if you have time off. Say how the qualification helps your job or company.

Dear Sir or Madam I am Hussamon Juiprik. I work as a Traditional Chinese medicine doctor in Great Clinic. I am writing
letter to ask you to change my working schedule. I am recently studying a "Cosmetic acupuncture" course to improve my acupuncture skills, and
week on Monday, 22 June will be a workshop and exam for the certificate.
, I would like to ask you for a day off following Monday to provide my participation paper, and I will work
Wednesday, which is my day off
certificate will be helpful for new options in the clinic,
as cosmetic acupuncture. It would make more income for Great Clinic. I am interested in
course and need
certificate, and your reply would help me to extend the participation paper. Thank you for being so concerned. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. Yours faithfully.
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