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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 19th August 2016 > “I’d definitely encourage anyone else who’s thinking about it to go for it too”

“I’d definitely encourage anyone else who’s thinking about it to go for it too”

In Dunoon, Kjeld Mcintyre joined the Criminal Justice team as a Modern Apprentice in early February 2015.

Finding employment in his hometown was important to him too but, as a keen footballer who trains regularly in Glasgow, he initially thought that his best option was to look for a job in the city. However, he was convinced to stay local by the opportunities offered by the Modern Apprenticeship – which also allowed him to commute easily to the central belt for football. It offers Kjeld the best of both worlds and helps him maintain a healthy work-life balance.

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