Do you know an apprentice who deserves recognition or a company or organisation helping young people on the career ladder?
The 2014 Gloucestershire Apprenticeship Awards offer a unique opportunity to showcase the apprentices and employers who are helping to drive the county's economy.
They are supported by the Gloucester Citizen, Gloucestershire Echo and Stroud Life and will highlight the many training opportunities and jobs available.
This year there are 11 categories. In the coming weeks we will showcase the apprenticeships providing our industries with the skills they so badly need.
It is very easy to enter the awards but don't delay – the closing date is April 25. Simply visit gloucestershireecho.co.uk
/apprenticeship or gloucestercitizen.co.uk/ apprenticeship for the details.
It all culminates in an Apprenticeship Awards evening at Hatherley Manor Hotel, near Gloucester, on June 12, when all the winners will be revealed.
The 2014 Apprenticeship Awards have title sponsors Gloucestershire College and The Warranty Group, together with Renishaw, Mercedes-Benz of Cheltenham and Gloucester, Safran Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, CF Roberts, Clarkson Evans, Gloucestershire Engineering Training, Amey, Gloucestershire County Council, EDF Energy and Gloucester City Council.