Tim Siv's TerryWhite Chemmart Clare is a finalist in the 2019 South Australian Training Awards 'small business' category.
Winners for each category will be announced at the awards presentation on Friday, September 6, at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Training and Skills Commission Chair Michael Boyce OAM said there was an increase in nominations this year, bringing the total to 129, and the standard of entries demonstrated exceptional quality across the breadth of the vocational education and training sector.
"The Training and Skills Commission looks forward to again hosting this year's awards which will celebrate success in vocational education and training and acknowledge the achievements of our best and brightest students, trainers, training providers and employers," Mr Boyce OAM said.
This year, there are 12 awards including six for individuals and six for organisations.
Minister for Innovation and Skills David Pisoni congratulated the 24 individual finalists and 21 organisational finalists.
"It is particularly pleasing to see strong representation from regional South Australia with 14 finalists from right across the state, from the South East to the Eyre Peninsula," Mr Pisoni said.
"The SA Training Awards, hosted by the State's Training and Skills Commission, celebrate successful individuals for their potential, and winning often provides significant benefits for their future careers."
He said the awards recognise and reward organisations for innovative and professional approaches to training.
To see a full list of finalists and to purchase tickets to the SA Training Awards presentation dinner visit satrainingawards.sa.gov.au