Coventry-based firm PET Xi Training has been declared company of the year at the 2017 Coventry Telegraph Business Awards.
The company, based in Westwood Business Park, has been in existence for 22 years and was set up by Fleur Sexton DL and her husband Chris.
PET Xi Training helps students from across England and Wales pass their GCSEs through highly intensive courses and also helps young people who are not in education, employment or training.
PET Xi Training was also a finalist in the Contribution to the Community category.
This year’s Company of the Year Award at the CTBA was sponsored by Coventry-based car maker Jaguar Land Rover .
The finalists were Contechs Ltd and Edgetech.
Coventry Telegraph editor Keith Perry said: “Once again the Coventry Telegraph Business Awards reflect the depth and scale of the brilliant businesses across our area.