Touring Jobs Bus hailed a huge success
A touring roadshow run by the National Careers Service has been deemed a success after it visited Lincoln.
The Jobs Bus visited City Square on Friday, September 13 and was visited by 385 people.
On the top floor of the bus, workshops run by National Careers Service advisors covered topics such as top tips on finding a job, how to build a winning CV and how to impress at interviews.
On the bottom floor of the bus, advisers showed visitors how to access the National Careers Service and National Apprenticeship Service websites.
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Furthermore, 20 face-to-face appointments with advisors were booked in for residents to receive tailored advice.
A number of local employers and partners were also on hand to share information on job opportunities in the area.
Pizza Hut restaurants provided insight into what employers are looking for in a successful candidate and how to present yourself during an interview.
Mick Taylor, a National Careers Service advisor from the area, said: "The success of the Careers Roadshow in Lincoln serves as clear evidence that the Jobs Bus really does work.
"The feedback we have received from visitors has been overwhelmingly positive; many have taken advantage of a workshop with an advisor, while others have been able to find out about the vast range of tools available on the National Careers Service website."