QUICKLY TRAIN EMPLOYEES TO DO A JOB CORRECTLY, SAFELY AND CONSCIENTIOUSLY
The objective of the Job Instruction (JI) course is to help companies develop a well-trained workforce characterized by less scrap, rework, and rejects; fewer accidents; and less tool and equipment damage.
Training employees and developing a flexible workforce requires standardized work.
A supervisor who thoroughly understands a job may not have the appropriate skills to successfully teach other employees. Job Instructions (JI) trains supervisors how to become effective teachers and is part of the overall Training Within Industry (TWI) Program. In JI attendees are taught how to break down a job and provide instruction for individual tasks in a structured fashion to facilitate process stability.
MAINTAIN A WELL-TRAINED WORKFORCE
Developing systematic training skills helps supervisors in any organization maintain a well-trained workforce, which results in less scrap and rework, fewer accidents, and less tool and equipment damage. If an employee doesn’t follow correct procedure, it’s likely that training (or lack of it) is the cause. In JI, supervisors are taught how to effectively break down a job for instruction.