Residents in Childwall and Wavertree were able to get employment advice and guidance earlier this week.
Liverpool Adult Learning Service’s IT Bus was at Northway Primary School on Monday 16 October with help on employability, further education, creating a CV, job applications and access to email and the internet.
The event was organised by ward councillors Liz Parsons, Frank Hont and Jeremy Wolfson.
Cllr Wolfson said: “I’d like to thanks staff from the Adult Learning Service for offering local residents help and advice with employment. It was great to see so many people turn out and get the support they need to help them in to work.”
Cllr Lana Orr, Cabinet member for employment and skills, added: “The IT Bus is a great facility which takes expert employment and guidance out into the community and I am delighted today’s event was so successful.”
The bus will be back at the school for a repeat visit on Monday 13 November from 9.45am – 3.45pm.
Pictured are Childwall Councillors Frank Hont, Liz Parsons and Jeremy Wolfson with Karen Allen from the Liverpool Adult Learning Service.