12 people get chance to have new career after Fife construction academy completed

Jordan Neil on the left and Thomas Johnston on the right (picture: Kingdom Housing Association)

A Fife employability project hosted by the Kingdom Housing Association has successfully completed a construction academy in Cardenden.

It means 12 people without employment are getting the chance to have a new career.

The organisation says training has been designed to upskill and certify participants on the course to find work in the construction industry.

It adds that the training has been delivered in partnership between Kingdom Works and Camilla Training Aspects in the town.

Lynne Dunn, manager of Kingdom Works, says the majority of the group are already in jobs:

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