Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning, November 5 - 19, 2020
9:00 - 11:30 am each day
Only $125 per person
VMEC and the VT Department of Labor have partnered to address a critical need that many manufacturers have to increase attracting and training new employees, and/or retaining, cross-training, and upskilling existing employees. Training Within Industry Job Instruction (TWI JI) training can help manufacturers who are facing these challenges caused or made worse by the global pandemic.
This is a Train-the-Trainer workshop. The objective of the workshop is to train employees how to teach someone else a job using the TWI-JI method. Knowing how to do something does not mean that we know how to teach someone else how to do it, or how to track their progress. Instructors need to clearly convey each element of a job task and why it needs to be done correctly. We cannot have standard work without standard training. TWI-JI teaches how to document standard work with a Job Breakdown Sheet (JBS) and how to instruct others using the JBS.
Monday, November 9, 2020
1:00 - 3:30 pm
$50 per company
Innovation Engineering is a scientific system and a mindset that enables never ending innovation by everyone, every day, resulting in increased speed to market and decreased risk. Innovation Engineering enables a culture where everyone works together on "innovation". Innovation Engineering teaches you advanced methods and tools for creating big ideas, accelerating your projects and problem solving your daily challenges. In this 2 1/2 hour Innovation session, you'll learn how to think of innovation as a system, and how you can apply innovative thinking in your daily work. Use proven tools that allow anyone to create better ideas quickly, explain new ideas so that others can understand them and run quick experiments to remove obstacles and reduce risk. There's no pre-work, and all materials are provided. Just show up ready to learn!
Tuesdays, December 1, 8 and 15, 2020
1:00 - 3:30 pm each day
$325 per person
The primary goal of using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is to analyze problems to identify 1) What happened, 2) How it happened, 3) Why it happened so that actions to prevent recurrence are developed. In its most basic sense, RCA defines the problem, gathers the information, data & evidence, identifies all issues that contributed to the problem, determines root causes and lastly, identifies recommendations for corrective actions that eliminate the recurrence of problems. This training is ideal for Continuous improvement and Quality/ ISO 9001 personnel and anyone whose job it is to solve their company's problems!
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Thursday, November 5, 2020 - 9:00am