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With two of its five Education Business Partnership Centres located at its main assembly plants in the Midlands, the car manufacturer has provided over 7,000 visits per year for young people and teachers.
One of the company's great success stories is its development of Education Business Partnership Centres (EBPCs) to which it contributes pounds 350,000 to education related programmes every year.
The company will be managing the challenge, which has been developed with Yorkshire Setpoint, the Coventry and Warwickshire Education Business Partnership Centre, the Institute of Electrical Engineers, Yorkshire Forward and Land Rover.
Mike Beasley has been with Jaguar for about 25 years, including its period when it was part of the Leyland Group Mr Beasley is involved in Jaguar's community activities in the West Midlands and chairs a number of organisations, one of which promotes engineering He also helps to promote the education business partnership centres across Jaguar The first one opened at the Castle Bromwich plant two years ago He is a member of the Confederation of British Industry's West Midlands regional committee CAPTION(S): Jonathan Browning
Over the last year (SRB) funding has brought complete revamps of local Education Business Partnership Centres and the One-Stop information centre for young people.
The minister for corporate social responsibility dropped into Jaguar's Education Business Partnership Centre at Browns Lane, as part of a campaign to urge other businesses to take a more active part in their communities.
This year, AGCO gave the Education Business Partnership Centre new premises, doubling the size.
They were recorded at the Education Business Partnership Centre, at the Museum of British Road Transport, Hales Street, in the city centre.