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Job Instruction for Supervisors, Area Leaders and Job Skills Trainers


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Seminar Content

This two-day workshop is intended to provide supervisors with the skills necessary to rapidly and effectively train new workers to perform a job precisely, correctly, safely, and conscientiously.

Job Instruction (JI) training is designed to develop basic stability and standard work for your processes. This workshop teaches the method to instruct the worker on how to perform the work as designed and intended and to coach the individual by using different methods. Job Instruction training identifies the “single best way,” and teaches this process to create a standard method for conducting the work. JI is the basis for stability that is generated by doing the same thing the same way across operators and shifts.

By utilizing Job Instruction, you gain the benefits of consistent training and also develop a stable process to apply continuous improvement upon. This lays a solid foundation for any continuous improvement program and is especially beneficial for visualizing opportunities to improve the process.

Benefits experienced when practicing the Job Instruction program are reduced training time, less scrap and rework, fewer accidents, and increased job satisfaction

Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed for all trainers, area leaders and supervisors to introduce and practice better training methods and standardized work within their organizations.

Recommended Training and/or Experience

Attendees should understand the basic principles of standardized work and the expectation of continuous improvement. A basic understanding of work place ergonomics is helpful but not required.

Seminar Materials

Each participant will receive a seminar workbook to capture what they learn.

Seminar Goals

  • Learn best practices for planning, preparing for delivery and practice of job instruction methods
  • Understand the difference between current and faulty instruction
  • Practice a better method to train and coach for it.

Seminar Outline

Day One

  • Session 1 – The Role of Supervision in Job Instruction
  • Session 2 – Breakdown the Work
  • Session 3 – Practice with Demonstration Jobs
  • Session 4 – Create a Training Timetable

Day Two

  • Practicum – Practice and test what you learned on Day One.

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