The investment in and the ability of the apprentices at KMF (Precision Sheet Metal) was rewarded at a presentation evening organised by the Stoke and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership.
The awards recognise the distinct and valued contribution made by apprentices to their employer's business.
Entries came from across the Partnership's geographical area and included apprentices from major companies from the region.
These included Johnson Tiles, Stoke Council, Stoke College, Madeley Heath Motors, Martec Training and Total People Training.
Out of the seven awards made on the evening, two went to apprentices from KMF (Precision Sheet Metal).
These were Jack Wells, who has recently completed the final year of his four-year apprenticeship and has already achieved Advanced Apprentice status, along with Matt Page who is currently in the last year of his apprenticeship.
"We are very proud of the ongoing accolades that our apprentices are gaining," commented Jenny Conlon, KMF Training Centre Manager.
"They continue to maintain, and exceed, the high standards that we set for them and they are fantastic examples to anyone considering a career in manufacturing."