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Modern apprentices share their experiences with Argyll & Bute Council

“A great way to start a career”

For two young Mid Argyll women, Jenny Blair and Samantha Newlands, the Modern Apprenticeships scheme has already proven to be a valuable experience.

Samantha, from Ardrishaig, and Jenny, who is from Crinan, joined Argyll and Bute Council’s customer services team in May 2014 as Modern Apprentices. Ahead of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, May 18 - 22 2015, the girls were proud to receive their Modern Apprentice certificates and SVQ qualifications.

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