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The TWI Job Instruction (JI) Poster describes the four steps of Job Instruction based on the tried and tested Training Within Industry (TWI) methodology. The TWI JI program trains supervisors in how to instruct a person to perform a job correctly and safely; and to be productive as quickly as possible, while creating less scrap, rework, and damage to tools and equipment.

The poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3 or A4-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The TWI JI Poster complements the 'TWI Program: Job Instruction (JI) Training' presentation materials and the TWI JI Pocket Cards. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your on-the-job presentation.

Contents in the TWI JI poster include:

1. What Is The TWI Job Instruction Program
2. The Four Steps of Job Instruction
3. How To Get Ready To Instruct
4. Definition Of A Supervisor
5. TWI JI Motto: "If the worker hasn't learned, the instructor hasn't taught."

The TWI Job Instruction (JI) Poster describes the four steps of Job Instruction based on the tried and tested Training Within Industry (TWI) methodology. The TWI JI program trains supervisors in how to instruct a person to perform a job correctly and safely; and to be productive as quickly as possible, while creating less scrap, rework, and damage to tools and equipment.

The poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3 or A4-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The TWI JI Poster complements the 'TWI Program: Job Instruction (JI) Training' presentation materials and the TWI JI Pocket Cards. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your on-the-job presentation.

Contents in the TWI JI poster include:

1. What Is The TWI Job Instruction Program
2. The Four Steps of Job Instruction
3. How To Get Ready To Instruct
4. Definition Of A Supervisor
5. TWI JI Motto: "If the worker hasn't learned, the instructor hasn't taught."

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Training Within Industry (TWI): Job Instruction (JI) Poster

  1. 1. TWI Job Instruction © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. TWI Job Instruction (JI) teaches supervisors how to quickly train employees to do a job correctly, safely, and conscientiously. § Put the person at ease § State the job § Find out what the person already knows § Get the person interested in learning the job § Place the person in the correct position Step 1: Prepare The Worker § Tell, show and illustrate - one Important Step at a Time § Do it again – stress Key Points and Reasons Instruct clearly, completely, and patiently giving no more than they can master at one time Step 2: Present The Operation § Have the person do the job – stating IMPORTANT STEPS – correct errors § Have the person do the job again – explaining KEY POINTS and REASONS Make sure the person understands Continue until YOU know THEY know Step 3: Try Out Performance § Put the person on his own § Who to go to for help § Check frequently § Encourage questions § Taper off extra coaching and close follow- up Step 4: Follow Up HOW TO INSTRUCT § Determine who to train… On what tasks… By what date 1. Have A Training Time Table § List important steps § Pick out key points and reasons § Safety is always a key point 2. Break Down The Job § Have the right equipment, tools, materials and supplies – everything needed to instruct 3. Have Everything Ready § Just as in actual working conditions 4. Arrange The Work Area HOW TO GET READY TO INSTRUCT Definition of a Supervisor § A supervisor is defined as anyone who is in a position of supervision or who directs the work of others § In the TWI context, a supervisor, team leader, manager or instructor/trainer is considered as a ‘supervisor’ If the worker hasn’t learned, the instructor hasn’t taught. Prepare the Worker Present the Operation Try Out Performance Follow Up
  2. 2. TWI Job Instruction © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. TWI Job Instruction (JI) teaches supervisors how to quickly train employees to do a job correctly, safely, and conscientiously. § Put the person at ease § State the job § Find out what the person already knows § Get the person interested in learning the job § Place the person in the correct position Step 1: Prepare The Worker § Tell, show and illustrate - one Important Step at a Time § Do it again – stress Key Points and Reasons Instruct clearly, completely, and patiently giving no more than they can master at one time Step 2: Present The Operation § Have the person do the job – stating IMPORTANT STEPS – correct errors § Have the person do the job again – explaining KEY POINTS and REASONS Make sure the person understands Continue until YOU know THEY know Step 3: Try Out Performance § Put the person on his own § Who to go to for help § Check frequently § Encourage questions § Taper off extra coaching and close follow- up Step 4: Follow Up HOW TO INSTRUCT § Determine who to train… On what tasks… By what date 1. Have A Training Time Table § List important steps § Pick out key points and reasons § Safety is always a key point 2. Break Down The Job § Have the right equipment, tools, materials and supplies – everything needed to instruct 3. Have Everything Ready § Just as in actual working conditions 4. Arrange The Work Area HOW TO GET READY TO INSTRUCT Definition of a Supervisor § A supervisor is defined as anyone who is in a position of supervision or who directs the work of others § In the TWI context, a supervisor, team leader, manager or instructor/trainer is considered as a ‘supervisor’ If the worker hasn’t learned, the instructor hasn’t taught. Prepare the Worker Present the Operation Try Out Performance Follow Up
  3. 3. © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 3 Operational Excellence Consulting is a management training and consulting firm that assists organizations in improving business performance and effectiveness. Based in Singapore, the firm’s mission is to create business value for organizations through innovative design and operational excellence management training and consulting solutions. For more information, please visit www.oeconsulting.com.sg

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