Reduce turnover, deliver measurable improvements in productivity with the Training Within Industry (TWI) Job Instruction system.
TWI Job Instruction training is designed to develop basic stability of manufacturing processes (aka standardized work). Manufacturers who use Job Instruction in training gain the benefits of reduced training times while also lowering costs, reducing turnover, improving quality and increasing productivity.
April 17 to 21, 2023, 8:30am to 10:30 am daily
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Manufacturing supervisors, team leaders, and workers
WHAT TO EXPECT
You’ll learn how to identify the “one best way,” teach to this one way, and thereby create a standard method.
Training Within Industry (TWI) is a dynamic and proven method of hands-on training, learning and coaching that was introduced in 1940 by the United States Department of War. It was originally developed to meet the high demand for wartime materials from a smaller and less-experienced workforce.
Today, with the “war for talent,” TWI remains relevant because of its unique methodology that empowers the frontline.
Limit 10 students; no more than 2 students from one RI manufacturing company.
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ABOUT THE TRAINER
Polaris MEP Project Manager Nathan A. Bonds has more than 20 years of manufacturing experience as an Assembler, Supervisor, Coordinator, Engineer, Continuous Improvement Manager and Quality Manager. As a Continuous Improvement Manager, he performed training on Team Management, Facilitation, Structured Problem Solving, 5-S Execution, and Preventative Maintenance Scheduling. As a Plant Scrap Coordinator, he championed a Team of individuals using Lean Methodologies to reduce the highest scrap product lines in each department and drive change management.
Nathan is a passionate trainer and teacher. He has certifications in ASQ Training, Root Cause Analysis and is a member of Gemba Academy, Lean Six Sigma and ASQ.
Polaris MEP is committed to offering the best business improvement programs to Rhode Island Manufacturers.
In order to achieve that goal and to justify continued U.S. Department of Commerce funding for these services, participants are asked to provide impact data and assessment. You’ll be asked for feedback through a short online survey within 1-3 days of this program and possibly again through an impartial third-party survey firm, 6-12 months after the course ends.