Horncastle residents and visitors who are interested in a career change may find a visit to the Mobile Police Station useful.
PCSO Nigel Wass will be joined by Pam Butterworth, Outreach Worker for the National Careers Service, when the mobile unit visits the town on Wednesday 19 September.
“Visits by the Mobile Police Station give residents the opportunity to chat with their local officers in places convenient to their homes or shops,” explained PCSO Wass. “We offer crime prevention advice and general information and will often team up with other agencies at the sessions, such as the ELDC Dog Warden, Housing Associations and Youth Services. We are very pleased to welcome Pam on board and I hope lots of people will take the opportunity to come along and have a chat”.
The MPS will be parked in Tesco car park between 10am and 1pm then Jobson Road from 1.30pm until 2.30pm and, finally, Churchill Avenue from 3pm until 5pm.
The National Careers Service is available FREE to all adults aged 19 and over (and 18 if in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance), via a national website, over the telephone and face-to-face. The face-to-face service is delivered by a network of professional, qualified careers advisers across Lincolnshire. Everyone is entitled to at least one careers advice session and certain customers may be entitled to up to three FREE sessions. They offer a wide range of advice and guidance to help people make the right decisions about work and learning.
For further information about the service search online for National Careers Service or call 0800 100 900.