School pupils shown Jaguar assembly in factory

A typical visit starts with a safety presentation followed by a video detailing the history and product range of Jaguar/Land Rover. The tour of the factory lasts one hour - hour and half then, if selected, students take part in a supporting curriculum activity. There are a number of activities available to support a variety of curriculum areas. We can also arrange for guest speakers from within the company to come in and talk on a particular subject if enough notice is given.

Tour of the Factory – In small groups with an experienced Guide, covers the Press shop, Body-in-White build and, Trim & Final stage with an explanation of Right-First-Time, Just-In-Time and Lean Working to show how a modern manufacturing facility operates. Our guides can focus on any aspects relevant to the subject area.

Curriculum Support - comprises teaching modules on a variety of topics covering Business Studies (GCSE, A-level and Diplomas), Marketing, Applied Mathematics (Secondary), Applied Science (GCSE), Design Technology (GCSE & A-Level), Materials (Primary, Secondary and A-levels), ICT (GCSE, A-level and Diplomas), Computer Control (Primary, GCSE), Engineering (Diplomas), Manufacturing and Product Design (Diplomas) Work–Related Learning, Geography and the Environment (Primary, GCSE, A-Level), Operations Management (Degree)

Activities - take the form of teamwork, communication or problem solving exercises, simulated production line challenges, or individually operating a robot arm or traffic lights.