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Hear from CMTC's Field Ops Director Roz Samia as she led the first webinar of our three-part industry training series along with Lisa Rawcliffe, a consultant and trainer with Engage Forward. Job Instruction During COVID-19 will introduce you to a Four-Step pattern that was developed in WWII to quickly develop a new manufacturing workforce to support the warfighters by building critical materials and supplies. After the war, these patterns were introduced around the world and are still in wide use today.

The Toyota Production System approach of going to the source, observing the detail, and learning by doing was very much influenced by TWI and became the backbone of Toyota’s standardization philosophy. As such, TWI has a new role for U.S. companies looking to implement Lean Manufacturing. Download the webinar content to learn how to apply this skill of instructing in your workplace to strengthen your workforce and achieve results.

Topics in this webinar include:

  1. Quickly train a workforce to perform a job correctly, safely, and conscientiously
  2. Shorten the time it takes to train people to effectively learn a job
  3. Reduce scrap, defects and rework
  4. Improve safety and reduce the risk of equipment damage
  5. Improve retention of new hires
  6. Build a workforce pipeline to prepare for upcoming retirements

Download the presentation slides and/or the recording from CMTC's recent webinar, Training Within Industry Webinar Series: Job Instruction During COVID-19.

This webinar was originally presented on July 14 at 10:30am.

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