Jaguar Land Rover Solihull

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West Midlands

Lode Lane, Solihull, B92 8NW

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5 to 7 years, 8 to 10 years, 11 to 13 years, 14 to 16 years, College, University

The Bmet Jaguar Land Rover Education Business Partnership Centre's (EBPC) provide educational visits for schools, colleges and universities. It is available and indeed used by establishments across the UK and Europe.

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What we offer

Our Jaguar Land Rover EBPC'S are within the Manufacturing plants in the Midlands and the Research and Development facility in Warwickshire. Each centre is a well equipped purpose built education centre. We deliver bespoke, innovative, curriculum based sessions in a real business environment. Our support includes programmes for all ages, abilities and qualifications.

The centres offer half day and full day visits, all visits include a factory tour and can be complemented by various supporting activities in the centre. Students can develop their knowledge and understanding of the world of work and make connections between what they learn in the classroom and real life business and manufacturing practice.

All bookings made through the Land Rover EBPC can receive significantly reduced rates on the Land Rover Driving Experience which is based on site. The Driving Experience gives students and teachers the opportunity to experience first-hand the true capabilities of Land Rover Vehicles on the off road track.

What makes us a great choice?

I hear and I forget, I see and I understand, I do and I remember.

This is what the Partnership Centre's are all about. Students really benefit from seeing the manufacturing process first hand and all that is involved in creating a car from a sheet of metal right through to the finished product at car dispatch. They can use the knowledge they have gained during the tour and put their learning into practice with a range of curriculum based activities.

Teachers and students feedback that a visit is invaluable and has a proven effect on exam results and learning.

Accreditation and Awards

LOtC Quality Badge.

Group Sizes Catered For

Half day booking max 27 students + 3 Teachers

Full day Booking max 40 students + 4 teachers

Materials, Resources & Information Provided

Teachers have an information pack to take away. Part of the information pack can be sent to teachers prior to the visit to use in preparation. All primary visits are supplied with work sheets to use with students back in the classroom.

Other visits are given hard copies of any presentations from the visit to take away.
We are currently revising this offer and resources will be available on website.

Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions

Cameras and video equipment are only allowed in the Education Business Partnership Centre and at The Driving Experience. Photography equipment is not permitted on any part of the factory tour.

Risk Assessment Details

Teachers can come for a pre - visit if required. You are now able to download a copy of our risk assessment on our website.

Education Officer Information

Education officer at each site, Land Rover 0121 700 3035 and Jaguar 02476205379
or email 

Pricing Information

Schools and colleges

Half day booking is £340 10-12.30 or 13.00-15.30 max 27 students + 3 Teachers

Full day Booking is £580 10-14.30 max 40 students + 4 teachers

There is a separate rate for university bookings, please call to discuss.

Small group booking rates are available at certain times of the year, please call for more info.

Clothing Requirements

All students must wear school uniform unless the school does not have a uniform. All visitors who wish to tour the site must have their arms fully covered, and girls need to wear trousers or skirts to knee length, with appropriate footwear - no open toe shoes will be allowed.

First Aid Information

Occupational health are available on site.

Available Facilities

Students must bring their own pack lunch to be eaten in the centre. There is a small shop at the centres details of what is available and prices are sent in advance to trip organiser.

Accessibility & Disabled Facilities

The visit is suitable for disabled children. Please notify us when booking so we can ensure the visit is tailored to suit requirements.

Opening Hours & Information

Open throughout the academic year except Factory shutdowns.

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