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Number of Slides: 131

 

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TWI Program: Job Instruction (JI) Training

 

“We are what we repeatedly do.

Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”

 

Aristotle

 

​Description
 

The TWI Job Instruction (JI) program trains supervisors in how to instruct a person to perform a job correctly and safely; and to be productive as quickly as possible, while creating less scrap, rework, and damage to tools and equipment. 

 

This tried and tested methodology is based on the 4-Step Method of Job Instruction and utilizes tools such as the Job Breakdown Sheet and Training Timetable. These work standards then provide the foundation for employee engagement, continuous improvement and problem solving.

 

As a trainer/coach, you will learn how to set the stage for instruction, effectively demonstrate the task, observe and coach the operator and taper off coaching with proper follow-up. Benefits experienced when practicing Job Instruction are reduced training time, less scrap and rework, fewer accidents, and increased job satisfaction.

 

Companies that have implemented TWI have reported improvements of 25% and more in increased production, reduced training time, reduced scrap and reduced labor-hours.

 

NOTE:  Our TWI training materials are closely based on the original TWI training manuals developed by the TWI Service. 

 

 

This Training Package Includes:

  1. TWI JI Slides (PowerPoint format)

  2. JI Job Breakdown Sheet (Word format)

  3. JI Training Time Table (Word format)

  4. Printing Guidelines for JI Pocket Card


Learning Objectives

 

  1. Conduct training based on the 4-Step Method of Job Instruction

  2. Apply the Job Breakdown process to define the important steps, key points and reasons used

  3. Utilize a Time Table for Training to identify, prioritize and schedule the training necessary for productivity improvement


Contents

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  1. Introduction to Job Instruction

  2. Role of Supervisors in Lean Transformation

  3. Five Needs of Good Supervisors

  4. Workforce Instruction – Two Ineffective Methods

  5. Four Steps of Job Instruction

  6. Four Steps to Get Ready

  7. Job Breakdown – Important Steps, Key Points & Reasons

  8. Training Timetables

  9. Special Instruction Problems (and how to handle them)

  10. Standard Work & Problem Solving

  11. How to Implement Job Instruction

 

 

 

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