Visit Sony UK Technology Centre
Part of our commitment to the local community is to inspire the next generation of engineers, entrepreneurs and creative talent. Aware of our role within the community we actively encourage the use of our facilities by schools and local groups including regular tours of the manufacturing facility.
Regular Educational Visits
At Sony UK TEC we host regular school visit and since 2012 we have opened our doors to over 10,000 children of all ages. In addition we have regular visits from colleges and universities from across the UK and even welcomed some international students from France and Italy.
If you would like to organise a visit to our facility, or to find out more information please contact Jenny.Reeves@sony.com
Before making a booking please note the following:
- Visits and tours do not take place on a Monday or a Friday.
- Visits tend to last approximately 1hr 30 minutes.
- Visits tend to start either at 10:00hrs or 14:00hrs, however this is flexible.
- Maximum group size allowed on-site is 25 and the minimum age allowed on-site is 10 years old.
- Prior to the visit we will require full names of everyone attending.
EESW School Visit Programme
The Engineering Education Scheme Wales (EESW) is a non-profit, educational charity which runs programmes across Wales to inspire and motivate young people to choose a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Their programme is one of a number of educational programmes which Sony UK TEC supports, with the aim of introducing the manufacturing and technology industry to young people. We are pleased to be part of such a excellent programme, inspiring the next generation engineers, scientists and technologists.
Ospreys Schools Programme
As one of the four pillars behind Ospreys in the Community, the Ospreys Schools Programme supports the education aims of the foundation. Sony UK TEC supports this programme by providing pupils with the opportunity to learn about local engineering prospects and see the latest technology as it’s built. To learn more about the programme please visit the Ospreys website here