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In this list you'll find our favorite cultural sensitivity training powerpoints from around the web rated from 1 to 5 stars. For a more engaging and convenient training solution, check out our human resources training videos.
 
1 Enhancing Relationships Through Cultural Competence Training by Proceed Inc
FREE
Made in2012
Date Created:
2012
Number of Slides:
55
Created By:
Proceed Inc
Rating
Enhancing Relationships Through Cultural Competence by Proceed Inc

Pro's

  • This training module was created by the National Center for Training, Support and Technical Assistance.
  • Makes good use of a venn diagram on culture and the three components it is comprised of. (Slide #10)
  • Provides two great quotes on how “culture shapes worldview.” (Slide #16,17)
  • Links to a relevant video about the story of Jane Elliott at pbs.org and asks pertaining questions on the next slide. (Slide #20-21)
  • Defines the terms that are found on slide #37 of the “Continuum of Cultural Competency:” cultural incapacity, cultural blindness, cultural competence...

Con's

  • The majority of the slides are not centered correctly. In effect, the text appears to be squeezed together. (i.e. #3,6)
  • The white background is too bland even with the images. (i.e. #19)
  • Attempts to define cultural competence only after referring to it on the previous six slides. (Slide #31)
  • The “Multidimensional Construct” on slide #29 is confusing and does not offer much information.
  • Slide #30 refers to a True/False Quiz on cultural competence but there is none throughout the entire powerpoint.
2Diversity & Sensivity Training by National Service Knowledge Network
FREE
Made in2001
Date Created:
2001
Number of Slides:
71
Created By:
National Service Knowledge Network
Rating
Diversity & Sensivity Training by National Service Knowledge Network

Pro's

  • This study was created in conjunction through SAMHSA, Office of Minority Health, and Health Resources and Administration, Quality Health Services for Hispanics: The Cultural Competency Component, 2001.
  • Provides a surplus of varying elements that constitute diversity. (Slide #9)
  • Offers a very useful pie chart for describing what would be considered a “Primary Dimension” and a “Secondary Dimension” of diversity. (Slide #11)
  • The images and the oceanic background of the powerpoint generates an overall sense of peace and cohesiveness which is related to the topic at hand.
  • Slide #40 contains an animated image that will keep readers engaged.

Con's

  • Certain slides pack in too much information for just one slide like for #37 or #53 which deals with “Cultural Competency.”
  • Slide #23 and #29’s title are incomplete.
  • There are zero engaging images from slides #21-31 and #53-69.
  • Slide #50 unsuccessfully attempts to quote the “Golden Rule.
  • For the “Cultural Jeopardy” portion of the powerpoint, the answer should not be provided on the same slide of the question.This will make the viewer actually have to read all the available choices from the list.
3Cultural Competence & Culturally Responsive by Virginia Department of Education
FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
40
Created By:
Virginia Department of Education
Rating
Cultural Competence & Culturally Responsive by Virginia DOE

Pro's

  • This training presentation was created by Dr. Vivian Stith-Williams of the Virginia Department of Education.
  • Clearly defines relevant terms that deal with the subject of the powerpoint, such as, ethnicity, racial identity and cultural proficiency. (Slide # 9)
  • Explains “Pedersen’s Developmental Model” with the four key elements: awareness, knowledge, skills and attitude. (Slide #16)
  • Provides informative material on three culturally competent levels; from policy making to administrative and service levels. (Slide #22-28)
  • Describes at length the “Six Domains of Culturally Competent Service Delivery.” (Slides #29-32)

Con's

  • Provides a lengthy outline at the beginning of the powerpoint that may automatically overwhelm the viewer with too much material. (Slide #2)
  • The text over the image of the iceberg is difficult to read. (Slide #7)
  • Poor design on slide #9. Some of the text is written over the image of the stacked books.
  • Contains too many text heavy slides with too much information. (i.e. #13,14) For example slide #21 on “Culturally Responsive Practices.”
  • Does not include some aspects that were outlined at the beginning of the powerpoint: “Cultural Diversity Bingo.”
4Cultural Competence and Awareness Training by JSI Research & Training Institute
FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
31
Created By:
JSI Research & Training Institute
Rating
Cultural Competence and Awareness by JSI Research & Training Institute

Pro's

    • This training powerpoint was created by Alexia Eslan and Arman Lorz from JSI Research & Training Institute.
    • Provides an “Objectives” slide that specifies what the viewer should learn about by participating in the training session. (Slide #5)
    • Describes the numerous facets of diversity that apply to one individual on a graph. (Slide #8)
    • Presents an interesting way to determine “Social Identities” using a “kaleidoscope.” (Slides #17-20)
    • Effectively states what “Cultural Competence” is and what it means to be it. (Slide #22-23)

Con's

    • Slide #9 provides too much material pertaining to the differences between heritage, ethnicity and race for just one slide.
    • The poor design on slide #12 makes it difficult to read because of the white text.
    • Half of slide #25 reiterates what slide #23 has already stated. Different color text for no apparent reason.
    • The circle graph on slide #26 presents zero useful information.
    • The training module makes a brief reference to Hispanic culture but to no others.
5Cultural Sensitivity Training by Allegheny Intermediate Unit
FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
22
Created By:
Allegheny Intermediate Unit
Rating
Cultural Sensitivity Training by Allegheny Intermediate Unit

Pro's

  • The Cultural Sensitivity training powerpoint was created by Allegheny Intermediate Unit K-12 ESL Department.
  • Uses photographs of children of varying ethnic backgrounds to accompany certain slides.(i.e. #6)
  • Asks valid questions in determining the viewer’s position in regards to cultural sensitivity. (Slides #3-4)
  • Depicts four scenarios in a school setting that represent an assortment of cultural differences and an explanation of what to consider about each is followed up on the next slide. (Slides #7-14)
  • Offers a variety of methods educators can employ when adjusting to a child’s culture.

Con's

  • Uses outdated statistics from 1997 pertaining to minority children comprising a certain percentage of total school enrollment. (Slide #6)
  • This training powerpoint is geared more toward schoolchildren and their educators as opposed to other atmospheres, such as the workplace. (i.e. #20)
  • Should have used more images of a school atmosphere when referring to the different types of scenarios.(Slides #7-14)
  • Makes no use of any graphs and makes no attempt to define terms like diversity, heritage or discrimination.
6Cultural Awareness Training by UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations
FREE
Made in2003
Date Created:
2003
Number of Slides:
29
Created By:
United Nations Department for Peacekeeping Operations
Rating
Cultural Awareness Training by United Nations DPKO

Pro's

  • This training powerpoint was created by the United Nations Department for Peacekeeping Operations.
  • States the outline of the presentation and what is to be covered like “understanding and dealing with cultural differences.” (Slide #2)
  • Provides a useful graph on individual and personal culture. (Slide #5)
  • Issues a summary toward the conclusion of the presentation. (Slides #27-28)

Con's

  • There are no illustration or images that display a multicultural harmonic tone.
  • The presentation attempts to distinguish “eating habits” between Asia and Europe on slide #8. The material states that Asia uses chopsticks. While this is partly true, Asia encompasses a wide variety of people and NOT ALL of Asia uses chopsticks.
  • The training module focuses more on cultural differences and not at all on the sensitivity aspect. (i.e. #8-17)
  • The entire powerpoint is poorly done. Extremely unstimulating blue background, in addition to providing very few informative material on “Cultural Sensitivity.” (i.e. #22,23)
7Cultural Sensitivity Training by DentaQuest
FREE
Updated in 2017
Date Created:
2017
Number of Slides:
16
Created By:
DentaQuest
Rating
Cultural Sensitivity Training by DentaQuest

Pro's

  • This Cultural Sensitivity training powerpoint was created by Dentaquest, a Texas Provider Training.
  • Sufficiently explains what “cultural sensitivity” is and that “knowing cultural differences as well as similarities exist.” (Slide #4)
  • States Dentaquest’s mission statement about cultural sensitivity on slide #5.
  • Communicates what cultural competence means for the member. (Slide #10)

Con's

  • Seems to be geared toward cultural awareness for dental practices and dental health providers in Texas. (i.e. #6, 8)
  • On slides #8-9 it says to “Please refer to the Office Reference Manual (ORM) for additional information.” Does not provide any ORM to refer to.
  • Slide #12 of the training presentation for “Linguistic needs” contains too much text and material for one slide.
  • Large portion of the training module deals with linguistics (slides #11-15) and nothing in regards to other issues such as, diversity or racism.
  • No use of images displaying cultural cohesion like a group of diversified people congregating with one another.

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