- Animal training, a person who trains animals for obedience, tricks, and work
- Horse trainer, a person responsible for preparing a horse for horse racing
- Personal trainer, a person who guides another person in developing physical fitness
- Trainer (business), a person who educates employees of companies on specific topics of workplace importance
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Famous quotes containing the word professional:
“Virtue and vice suppose the freedom to choose between good and evil; but what can be the morals of a woman who is not even in possession of herself, who has nothing of her own, and who all her life has been trained to extricate herself from the arbitrary by ruse, from constraint by using her charms?... As long as she is subject to mans yoke or to prejudice, as long as she receives no professional education, as long as she is deprived of her civil rights, there can be no moral law for her!”
—Flora Tristan (18031844)
“So-called professional mathematicians have, in their reliance on the relative incapacity of the rest of mankind, acquired for themselves a reputation for profundity very similar to the reputation for sanctity possessed by theologians.”
—G.C. (Georg Christoph)