SkillPoint for TWI Job Instruction - Lean Frontiers - Be Bold. Be Better.


Workshop Takeaways

With the Skillpoint for TWI Job Instruction Workshop people at any level of an organization can come and Learn-by-Doing various skills.  How to apply and use lessons learned as well as how skills and lessons integrate and support each other. Workshop attendees will learn:

  • Job Instruction 10 Hour Certificate through the TWI Institute
  • Hands-On Lean Operational Training (CLICK HERE for more information)
  • Integrating Job Instruction as the Foundation to Standard Work and Kaizen
  • Developing the Foundational Skill for Lean System & Operational Design and Culture Development

SkillPoint for TWI

Job Instruction Workshop

NEXT UP: October 27-30, 2020
Anderson, IN (Indianapolis Area)


Respect for people is at the heart of our COVID-19 response. Our commitment is, first and foremost, to the safety of workshop attendees, presenters, and supporting staff. When this has been satisfied, our commitment is to the community’s learning and growth. With this guiding our ongoing decisions, as of now, SkillPoint workshops will take place as scheduled. We continue to work investigate and observe local government, health, and venue guidelines to provide best practices for gathering as safely as possible in groups. We will make public the safety measures put in place as each workshop draws near. And if things should change, as we gather new information, we’ll share this with the community as well. We look forward to learning with you, safely and responsibly, at the next SkillPoint workshop.

Real Manufacturing Environment…

Most organizations struggle to learn the lessons of actual operation and development of how to change actions and behaviors to result in a lean culture and implement a lean operation in their organization. When I first participated in the Lean Simulation workshop I was utterly amazed at the sophistication and potential learning that simulation posed. My mind immediately began rushing with ideas of the impactful learning and lessons that could be developed and utilized to allow participants to get actual hands-on learning beyond any simulation I have seen before. I knew I had to take advantage of the opportunity as so many organizations struggle with these same issues. The first thing that came into my mind was the infusion of a lean operation and TWI to directly learn and understand how these two foundations meld and work together to create a lean enterprise.

President & Founder of Lean Frontiers
Jim Huntzinger


Read The Origin of the Simulated Work Environment