Lifetime Training has announced the finalists of its Lifetime Learner Achievement Awards.
The five awards will be presented at a parliamentary reception next week.
This year awards will also be presented to an Apprentice Champion, someone who promotes apprenticeships in their business, and a Matt Punsheon Award for an individual who as gone above and beyond to drive individuals to achieve their goals.
Lifetime chief executive Alex Khan said: "The Lifetime Learner Achievement Awards are held in high esteem both in the business and industry-wide. It has become a key event for us; a time to showcase the efforts of everyone involved in the learning process, from the regional trainers and tutors, to our partners. Most importantly it presents an opportunity to share the learners' story; those who remain central to everything we do."
The finalists of the Lifetime Learner Achievement Awards 2014:
Hospitality Apprentice of the Year
Evgeny Vasin, 32, Hospitality Supervision & Leadership Level 3
Michael, Carey, 20, Professional Cookery Level 2
Daniela Iannelli, 17, Hospitality Level 2
Active Leisure Apprentice of the Year Rebecca Maynard, 29, Fitness Instructor Level 2 and Personal Trainer Level 3
Sarah Tremble, 32, Personal Training Level 3
Aaron Holgate, 20, Gym Instructor
Health & Social Care Apprentice of the Year Josephine Hill, 21, Health & Social Care Level 2
Kelley Dudgeon, 22, Health & Social Care Diploma Level 3
Clare Smith, 36, Diploma Health & Social Care Level 3
Children & Young People Apprentice of the Year Claire Petch, 38, Children & Young People's Workforce Level 3
Kerry Wildey, 37 Children & Young People's Workforce Level 2 & 3
Trainee of the Year Nehemiah Falconer, 18, Fitness Traineeship
Jamie Galloway, 18, Fitness Traineeship
Melanie Bennett, 17, Orders of St John Care Trust Traineeship
Apprentice Champion of the Year Marcus Welford, Places for People
Sarah Craig, LA Fitness
Matt Punsheon Trainer of the Year Award Winner to be announced on the night