Training Within Industry

Essential skills for manufacturing team leaders to sustain process improvement and standardize production.
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Keep your improvement pace going strong.

Training Within Industry (TWI) is a proven method that enables team leaders to analyze processes and scale them down into smaller, sequenced steps. With these steps in hand, your leaders then share them effectively with everyone on the team.

As a result, your company avoids stagnation and potential obstacles from workplace communication issues, relationship complexities, and staff turnover. Your entire crew "learns by doing" and enables your company to develop and hold standardized work - the key to
long-term improvement success.

Is your continuous improvement prepared for the long haul?

Let's talk about Training Within Industry.

 

Wisconsin dental laboratory reduces lead time for patients

Production bottlenecks and manufacturing issues prompted Dental Crafters Co-owner Robert Slominski to seek a better way to serve dentists and patients.
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Training Within Industry Modules

Job Instruction - Complement the job knowledge of supervisors and leaders by developing the skills to train others.

Job Relations - Practical training to build relationships, improve and maintain strong work environments, and make the best use of employee skills.

Job Methods - A process to develop and enhance skills to identify improvement opportunities that increase efficiency and make the best use of people, machines and materials.

Job Safety - Four simple steps to analyze the overall work environment and proactively reduce hazards that complement and strengthen any safety program.

 


MOC Success Stories

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Personal finance, Shaken Baby Syndrome part of education conference

A speaker discussing personal finance and a training event for Shaken Baby Syndrome are part of the annual Family and Consumer Sciences Education Conference.

Cardinal LG Amery applying "trim-free" technology - boosts quality, productivity and workforce.

Cardinal LG Production Planning Manager Barb Goodlet asked UW-Stout Manufacturing Outreach Center (MOC) to help the company identify sources of defects.

Badger Mining thinks outside the sandbox.

Badger Mining Corporation sought to reinvigorate itself with an innovative, forward-thinking mindset.