Introduction to Job Instruction
Job Instruction training (JI) is foundational because it builds stability in your processes. JI trains your people to breakdown a given job and develop the “one best way” to do it, then in turn, train others to perform that job the “one best way” – consistently and repeatably. Process stability is generated across all workers, at all times and lays a solid foundation for continuous improvement programs.
Our End-to-End programming assures adoption and continuation of the benefits of TWI and Job Instruction. Your TWI Institute coach will meet with management, managers, trainers, supervisors and team leaders, to observe your TWI JI implementation. Your coach will gauge progress, identify problems, suggest solutions and help realign goals.
What Job Instruction Covers
Job Instruction, as is the case with all TWI Institute programs, is focused on the people who supervise the workers and the workers themselves. Its emphasis is not only on building skills, but also on building confidence – in what the job entails, how to do it the one best way, and why. What’s more, JI provides a proven and reliable system for elevating the kind of employee engagement and participation that advances ongoing or planned continuous improvement, kaizen, lean and operational excellence initiatives.
- Getting the worker interested in learning the job
- Breaking down jobs into the into the “one best way” – What, How and Why
- Presenting the process and demonstrating the “one best way”
- Teaching the process and empowering the worker to “learn by doing”
- Checking progress, coaching the worker and encouraging questions
Experience impressive results with Job Instruction
Boost productivity and quality
Reduced Training Time
See dramatic cuts in time-to-train
Fewer Job Site Accidents and Errors
Add a new level of safety to your job sites
Higher Job Satisfaction
Realize more engagement and self-satisfaction
Job Instruction delivers results across multiple industries
What our Client Say
Our end-to-end approach sets us apart
We start with an assessment and provide tailored recommendations for your workers and your workplace. KPIs are set, a communication strategy is planned and workforce orientation begins.
Supervisors, team leaders and those who direct the work of others attend, participate and learn in our cornerstone programs: TWI, Kata and Standardized Work.
We work with you to plan a pilot program and teams begin to learn by doing. Through workplace practice and coaching, we help students accept the ideas and put them to work. We’re with you through every step of the journey.
We assess learning, validate pilot results, incorporate skills into routines, evaluate practices and culture, and measure performance against KPIs.
We execute worker and workplace certifications, including TWI Certification (student and trainer), Kata Certification (student and trainer) Train-the-Trainer Certification, and TWI:2018 Certification.
We stay connected with planned reassessments, KPI checks, remedial coaching, and re-certifications to protect and grow your return on investment.