A group of 24 students aged 15-16 will tour the plant to change outdated perceptions of engineering to encourage more young women to consider engineering and manufacturing careers to increase the talent pool through Jaguar Land Rover’s apprenticeship and graduate routes. The visit supports Jaguar Land Rover’s national Young Women in the Know programme, which offers young women studying STEM subjects education activities, behind the scenes tours and work experience. For more information, go to www.bmetc.ac.uk/women-in-the-know-at-jaguar-land-rover.
Our Education Business Partnership Centres run all year round and offer bespoke, innovative, curriculum based sessions in a real business environment. Our support includes programmes for all ages, abilities and qualifications. Please contact us for more information.
Jaguar Land Rover Solihull Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Lode Lane,
West Midlands, B92 8NW
Jane Harman, Education Officer
Solihull Education Business Partnership Centre
0121 700 3035