The 4th annual Excellence in Business Training Awards belonged to the region's businesses.
China Fleet Country Club in Saltash was awarded the big prize of the night: The Business Excellence Training Award (sponsored by Cornwall College Business).
There were also prizes for Fit 'n' Fun Kids, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Princess Yachts.
The full list of winners is as follows:
Outstanding Commitment to Training, Sponsored by Cornwall Care
Winner: Princess Yachts. Also nominated were St Austell Brewery & Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust
Outstanding Commitment to Training (SME), Sponsored by Cornwall Highways
Winner: Lost Gardens of Heligan. Also nominated were Coast2Coast Security and Lakeview Country Club.
Outstanding Commitment to Apprenticeships, Sponsored by Pearson
Winner: Fit n Fun Kids. Also nominated were BD Diagnostics and Princess Yachts.
Commitment to Graduate Development, Sponsored by Pirate FM
Winner: Cornish Cottages. Also nominated were Jarrang and Laurence Associates.
Excellence in Environmental Training, Sponsored by TJ International
Winner: BD Diagnostics. Also nominated were Primrose Valley Hotel and Global Boarders.
Achievement of Significant Business Impact, Sponsored by Cornwall Development Company
Winner: Fit n Fun Kids. Also nominated were Cornwall Care and Spiezia Organics.
Training Programme of the Year, Sponsored by Worldwide Financial Planning
Winner: China Fleet Country Club. Also nominated were Rittall CSM and HBH Woolacotts.
Individual Achievement, Sponsored by Unlocking Cornish Potential
Winner: Paul Gill from HBH Woolacotts. Also nominated were Anna Pascoe from Primrose Valley Hotel and Kate Adams from the DOVE Project.
Apprentice of the Year, Sponsored by Ginsters
Winner: Sean Brosnan from Mill Autoquip. Also nominated were Tom Milham from AC1 Recruitment and William Dunn from AC1 Recruitment.
Business Excellence Training Award, Sponsored by Cornwall College Business
Winner: China Fleet Country Club.