Job aids are instructional tools that allow workers to quickly remember or access the information they need to perform their jobs. Some examples include instructional cards, charts or posters that give a relatively large amount of information at a glance. Mnemonic devices and acronyms that cover the key points required to do a job are also useful job aids. Job aids are designed to remind workers of information they have already been taught and know, not teach them new information on the spur of the moment. In general, good job aids have a strong visual component to them and may include pictures, diagrams or flowcharts.
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