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Our training programs assist you in developing and retaining a highly skilled and productive workforce to meet your strategic business and profit goals.
July 28-31, 2014
7:30 – 10:30 am each day
Fishermans Terminal – Seattle
$495 per person (includes all course materials)
Click here for early bird registration of $395 until JUNE 1, 2014
Who Should Attend?
Supervisors, the people responsible for training, are the primary target of Job Instruction (JI) training. At the end of the training, they will be expected to:
- Train the workers using JI techniques
- Create and practice Job Instruction Breakdown Sheets
- Develop a matrix chart showing who will be trained in what and by when
- Keep the Job Instruction Breakdown Sheets on file and updated for use
Managers, the people responsible for the supervisors, are the secondary target of JI training. They must:
- Understand how Job Instruction training works
- Plan for the resources required to insure success
- Experience how Job Instruction Breakdown Sheets are developed
- Support their supervisors by acting as a sounding board for matrix chart development, drafting and practicing Job Instruction Breakdown Sheets.
Executives, the people responsible for the managers, must attend the first and last session of JI Training. Their participation sends the following message:
- Consistent training methods are vital to the success of this company
- Training is an expensive investment
- We expect immediate and appropriate returns
- We believe you can do it.
Training Within Industry – Job Instruction, Job Relations, Job Methods
Information: Linda Adams – (425) 438-1146 x107
Call 1.800.637.4634 for details
TWI consists of three standardized programs that teach the essential skills needed by all supervisors and team leaders, regardless of their industry. These programs are: Skill in Instruction, Skill in Improving Methods, and Skill in Leading People.
TWI “J” Programs
Job Instruction Training (JI) Teaches supervisors how to quickly train employees to do the job correctly, safely, and conscientiously.
Job Methods Training (JM) Teaches supervisors how to produce greater quantities of quality products in less time by making the best use of the people, machines, and materials now available.
Job Relations Training (JR) Teaches supervisors how to build positive employee relations, increase cooperation and motivation, and effectively resolve conflicts as they arise.
Leveraging leaders to increase productivity and improve morale
As the foundation for continuous improvement, our Training Within Industry program helps you leverage the role of the supervisor to make immediate changes that make a real difference in productivity and profitability.
Training Within Industry
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