More than 160 business people from across the region celebrated exceptional training and staff development at a glittering awards evening at the Eden Project.

The Excellence in Business Training Awards 2018, hosted by CCB Training (Cornwall College Business), recognise those companies that develop their staff through training and as a result have seen exceptional business successes.

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Skills Hub sponsored the Outstanding Commitment to Training (Small Business) and presented the winning trophy to Parnell Engineering Advanced.

Josh Hoole from the Skills Hub with Parnell Engineering AdvancedJosh Hoole, Project Manager of the Skills Hub, was a judge for the category and applauded Parnell Engineering Advanced for inspiring future generations.

“Parnell Engineering Advanced are exemplars of staff development. They sit at the very heart of engineering excellence and through in-house industry experts and collaboration with outside mentors and training providers, create opportunities and passion for training,” said Josh.

“Congratulations to Parnell Engineering Advanced and also to the worthy runner-up’s, Fit N Fun Kids and James Kittow – Butcher & Grazier.”

Raoul Humphreys CEO of The Cornwall College Group, opened the evening and congratulated all nominees on their success.

“The standard of nominations this year was exceptional,” he said. “The winners deserve particular praise for being recognised as the best in their category.  It’s been a wonderful night of entertainment and celebrations and I’ve been humbled to be part of it.  Congratulations to all the shortlisted companies and individuals and to our winners tonight.”

For a full list of winners, visit the Excellence in Business Training Awards website.

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