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In this list you'll find our favorite harassment training powerpoints from around the web rated from 1 to 5 stars. For a more engaging and convenient training solution, check out our harassment training videos.
 
1 Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training by Mohave Community College
FREE
Made in2002
Date Created:
2002
Number of Slides:
15
Created By:
Mohave Community College
Rating
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training by MCC

Pro's

  • This Mohave Community College harassment training presentation is well-executed and professional.
  • The illustrations and photos are clear, clever and engaging.
  • The broad definitions of sexual harassment are clearly stated and easy to understand.
  • Does a good job of assisting the viewer when it comes to understanding how to determine the nature and severity of harassment incidents.
  • The training also makes it a point to show how report harassment incidents to the proper authorities (Slide #15).
  • This is an excellent training tool for those who wish a brief presentation (possibly for a ‘refresher’ class).

Con's

  • This is a very short presentation, consisting of only 15 slides. Obviously, a lot of appropriate material hasn’t been covered.
  • Some of the slides are too heavy with text, which makes them difficult to completely take in and memorize (i.e. – Slides #7, #8 and #10).
  • This training doesn’t end with a summary that might “lock in” the points that were made earlier.
  • No questions appear that might help the class through the use of discussion.
2Sexual Harassment Training by Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
28
Created By:
Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry
Rating
Sexual Harassment Training by Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry

Pro's

  • This Northeast Montana Job Service Sexual Harassment Training slideshow makes a valiant effort to be visually striking with the use of colors and modernistic illustrations.
  • The “Agenda” is clearly defined and detailed over 2 slides (Slides #2 and #3). Legal requirements are also mentioned on Slide #6).
  • The presentation is formatted, in places, as a set of questions (Slide #9) that can be used as a point of discussion and trainee interaction.
  • The notes at the bottom (for instructors) are used for extra material and clarification.
  • A good scenario illustration/example was presented along with its evaluation afterwards (Slides #18 and #19).
  • The summary (“Final Thoughts”) is comprehensive and presented over 2 slides (Slides #27 and #28).

Con's

  • This presentation is limited to sexual harassment. It doesn’t cover issues related to race, religion, nationality, gender, age and any other basis for harassment. For a sexual harassment training session, this will work well.
  • The fonts are too small and there’s too much text on some of the slides (i.e. – Slide #18).
3Preventing Harassment in the Workplace Training by DCC
FREE
Made in2006
Date Created:
2006
Number of Slides:
37
Created By:
Delgado Community College
Rating
Preventing Harassment in the Workplace Training by DCC

Pro's

  • The presentation takes a ‘logical’ approach to harassment by noting that it’s important to attempt to first stop the harassment, while understanding that the one who is initiating the issue might not even be aware of problem they’re causing.
  • A good point is addressed by emphasizing the responsibilities of those who witness an incident of harassment.
  • Good use of colors in order to emphasize different points and to keep track of what is being detailed on each slide.
  • Some workplace harassment statistics are given (Slide #23) along with consequences mentioned.

Con's

  • This Delgado Community College Harassment training module has a good format, as far as the training text goes, but doesn’t include any photos, charts, clipart or other illustrations.
  • This training module is set up to include the presentation of a video (Slide #26). Without the video, the PowerPoint doesn’t make a strong enough impression.
4Prevention of Sexual Harassment Training by USUHS
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
48
Created By:
USUHS
Rating
Prevention of Sexual Harassment Training by USUHS

Pro's

  • There is quiz material questions and answers for the trainees. This will be excellent when it comes to viewer interaction that may overcome the limitations brought about by the lack of photos and illustrations.
  • There are some good harassment scenario examples with questions for the viewers to interact with.
  • The training is approached in a very basic manner. While this precludes coverage of many of the subtle points attached to the subject of harassment, it makes the training easy enough to understand for anyone.

Con's

  • This USUHS EEO Office Harassment Training presentation is extremely basic and was definitely not designed by a PowerPoint professional.
  • There are very few illustrations and no photos, which makes this module highly tedious, once it gets underway.
  • Some of the title fonts are difficult to read and were not chosen correctly (i.e. – Slide #8). The other fonts are just straightforward “Times New Roman”.
  • Some of the slides are burdened with too much text (i.e. – Slides #20 - #23).
5Workplace Harassment Training by Office of Diversity and Inclusion VA
FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
31
Created By:
Office of Diversity and Inclusion VA
Rating
Workplace Harassment Training by Office of Diversity and Inclusion VA

Pro's

  • There is an adequate “Introduction” to the training given.
  • The EEOC regulation is stipulated along with anti-discrimination laws.
  • The Harassment and Anti-Discrimination laws and regulations (Slides #4 - #6) are straightforward and easy to understand.
  • Harassment is clearly defined within broad and specific contexts. Examples are given that involve a number of subtleties that have evolved over the years, especially in recent times.
  • A scenario is presented for evaluation, thus sparking trainee interaction.

Con's

  • This U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Diversity and Harassment training presentation is designed as a simplified lecture with just a few pieces of clipart. The rest of the presentation is just plain text with Garamond font.
  • The policy information is designated for the Department of Veteran Affairs.
  • The court cases that are presented as examples may be difficult to understand for the average viewer.
  • Spelling and other errors are present (i.e. - Slides #9, #14 and #17), which indicate a lack of professionalism, since this a relatively brief presentation.
6Harassment Training for Supervisors by SHRM
FREE
Made in2010
Date Created:
2010
Number of Slides:
23
Created By:
SHRM
Rating
Harassment Training for Supervisors by SHRM

Pro's

  • This module comprehensively covers the various laws that address harassment and civil rights issues.
  • The training has a very good two-slide summary at the end.
  • The different categories of harassment are described well.

Con's

  • This Society for Human Resource Management Harassment training PowerPoint has not been designed in such a manner as to be an engaging presentation, but rather comes off as a “punitive” training session.
  • The Introduction slide (Slide #2) is exceptionally ponderous with way too much text placed on it. There is no way that this slide can easily be read. The same holds true for some of the other slides, as well.
  • This training module is designed for supervisors, managers, etc. and wouldn’t be of much benefit to the average employee.
  • There are no photos or illustrations designed to “break up” the text and provide a way to assist in the absorption of the material. The folks who designed this training may have thought that management people could understand and internalize the text without the need for photos, illustrations and different fonts and colors. That is a mistake.
7Bullying and Harassment Training by Flinders University
FREE
Made in2013
Date Created:
2013
Number of Slides:
29
Created By:
Flinders University
Rating
Bullying and Harassment Training by Flinders University

Pro's

  • This Flinders University presentation is designed as a professional and introspective PowerPoint.
  • Examples of punitive actions (fines) are provided (Slide #29).
  • Actions that can be used, in the case of bullying, are mentioned.

Con's

  • This training module is meant to be utilized in conjunction with a specific training DVD.
  • The harassment theme(s) revolve around “bullying” and doesn’t give enough attention to other forms of harassment. For example, improper advances from co-worker do not, necessarily, fall under the category of “bullying”.
  • There is no summary “wrap-up” at the end of the presentation and the module just ends abruptly with a mention of fines that can be levied against bullying.
  • There are only repetitious “desktop” type illustrations provided as opposed to separate photos and illustrations that could have been used to make different points.
  • Several of the slides are used just to add a sentence to the previous slide (i.e. – Slides #16 - #25).

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