After this training, your participants will be able to:

  • distinguish and understand what Training Within Industry (TWI) is 
  • apply the TWI 4Js method in their work
  • begin practicing TWI to improve their current on job training 
  • able to perform their work better with the knowledge of TWI 
  • demonstrate better training skills to improve job performance 

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TWI is the missing link to Kaizen. It is usually referred to as the root of Lean by the Lean practitioners. It was developed in the US in the early 1940s to boost industrial production needs. TWI had brought great success such as: 

  • 86% of companies increased production by at least 25% 
  • 55% reduced scrap by at least 25% 
  • 100% reduced training time by more than 25%

Training Within Industry (TWI) is the foundation for Kaizen, or Continuous Improvement. Toyota used TWI to train employees in the Toyota Production System, the world’s first Lean Manufacturing program. Still in widespread use today by Toyota and successful businesses throughout Japan. 

Today many companies train workers in Lean Manufacturing principles without a framework for employees to apply what they learn. TWI provides that framework by leveraging the role of the supervisor to apply the principles of Kaizen and Lean Manufacturing on an on-going basis. 

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is specially designed for managers, leaders, supervisors working in all departments who lead and manage teams to achieve the objectives and key results of your companies. 

Course Content

  • Fundamentals of the TWI Program 
  • Job Instruction (JI) – How to Improve the Way Jobs Are Done? 
  • Job Methods (JM) – How to Quickly Train Employees to Do the Job Correctly and Safely? 
  • Job Relations (JR) – How to Build Positive Employee Relations, Increase Cooperation and Motivation? 
  • Job Safety (JS) – How to Develop a Safety Conscious Workforce? 
  • Evaluating Results: How to Assess Post-Training Performance