Training Within Industry (TWI) Series

Develop your Supervisors Skills. Many leaders face increasing pressure to develop their staff while getting the work done. TWI’s JI (Job Instruction), JR (Job Relations) and JM (Job Method Improvement) are vital skills for all supervisors regardless of industry. Leaders who know how to teach properly, manage people, handle people problems effectively, and improve methods efficiently and effectively are critical to any organizations success.

Training Within Industry (TWI) is a dynamic and proven method of hands-on training, learning and coaching for supervisors, team leaders, and workers.

Builds skills, stability, safety and confidence
Creates an essential foundation for problem solving, standard work, continuous improvement and operational excellence
Encourages positive employee relations, resolves conflicts, increases cooperation and motivation
Job Instruction: Monday, May 22 through Friday, May 26 | 8:00 – 10:00 am

The TWI Job Instruction 10-hour course teaches the method to instruct an operator how to quickly remember to perform a job correctly, safely and conscientiously. It requires you identify the “one best way,” and teach the process to this one way, thereby creating a standard method. By utilizing Job Instruction, you gain the benefits of consistent training and also develop a stable process upon which to apply continuous improvement. Benefits experienced when practicing the Job Instruction program are reduced training time, less rework, fewer accidents, and increased job satisfaction.

Learn more, sign up for all three series and receive a 10% discount!

22may(may 22)8:00 am24(may 24)10:00 amTraining Within Industry (TWI) Series8:00 am - 10:00 am (24) Capital Region Chamber, 5 Computer Dr S, Albany, NY 12205

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