The achievements of apprentices at HTP Training have been celebrated.
The ceremony at Cowes Yacht Haven yesterday (Thursday) recognised the contribution HTP apprentices made to their respective employers.
The event also recognised some of southern England's top employers, which demonstrated their commitment to helping the apprentices.
Rachael Fidler, managing director of HTP Training, said: "It was a tough task to make our final selection, as each and every one of the nominations this year was extraordinary.
"We are proud to showcase the apprentices who have performed exceptionally well and worked hard to make a valuable contribution.
"At a time when youth unemployment is at an all-time high, a number of organisations went the extra mile to provide apprenticeship placements to help aspiring youngsters.
"I wish all our winners the very best and hope these awards inspire countless other youngsters and employers to replicate this success."
Apprentice of the Year - Savannah Lee, Lifeline Alarm Systems
Outstanding Work Experience Learner - Connor Black, The Hand & Flowers, Marlow
Hospitality Apprentice of the Year - Tony Wyeth, UKSA
Outstanding Workplace Learner - Shirley Helley, Isle of Wight NHS Trust
Management Apprentice of the Year - Richard Myers, H.V. Taylor and Sons
Business Administration Apprentice of the Year - Savannah Lee, Lifeline Alarm Systems
Health and Social Care Learner of the Year - Kayleigh Pound, Maple House
Childcare Learner of the Year - Vicki Butler, Ventnor Community Early Years
Foundation Learner of the Year - Keilan James, Caulkheads
Employer of the Year (private sector) - Lime Wood Hotel, New Forest
Employer of the Year (public sector) - Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham