MRC - Manufacturers Resource Center


What is TWI Job Instruction?


Date(s) - March 4th, 2020
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Manufacturers Resource Center

What is TWI Job Instruction?

Free Breakfast & Learn  (Moved back a year)
March 4, 2021
8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

7200A Windsor Drive
Allentown, PA 18106

Anyone who prefers to be a virtual participant, please register below; but you must contact Pat Felise at or (610) 628-4640 and let her know, so we can send you a Zoom Link within a week of this event.

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TWI’s rich history originated in the United States in the 1940s and the training method was a resounding success. The program was born out of the need to rapidly train unskilled workers entering the production workforce as many skilled laborers went off to war. This session answers the question: What is TWI Job Instruction?

Many of our manufacturers struggle with onboarding and enabling new employees to become productive and error free quickly. In this session, you will learn what TWI Job Instruction (JI) is all about and how it can help you gain the benefits of a consistent training program. You will also see a demonstration of the methodology and gain insight into why it works.

With JI you develop a stable process to apply continuous improvement and gain a method to instruct employees how to perform a job correctly, safely and conscientiously.

TWI has the proven ability to:

    • Generate cooperation and positive employee relations
    • Teach supervisors how to quickly and correctly train employees
    • Establish and maintain standardized work
    • Improve methods
    • Solve problems efficiently and effectively
    • Create a safe work environment
    • Shorten the learning curve
    • On-board new or transferred employees faster
    • Reduce or eliminate errors and mistakes

Target Audience:  Supervisors, Team Leaders, and anyone who directs the work of others.

Cost: No cost to attend.  Breakfast is included, but registration is required.

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Angie Bove
Strategy Manager/Training & Development
Manufacturers Resource Center

Angie is a Corporate Trainer and shares with MRC clients nearly 20 years of training and development experience with various industries. Angie manages sales training and development and is skilled in teaching TWI and developing custom training programs pertaining to customer service, conflict management, problem solving, leadership, and team work.

Angie is a Certified Achieve Global Trainer, a Certified Organizational Engineer though the Organizational Engineering Institute and a Certified Advanced Instructional Designer through Langevin. She is also a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Course and has 30 hours of OSHA General Industry Safety and Health education. Angie is also a member of the American Society for Training & Development and the Society for Human Resource Management.


Registrations are closed for this event.