Cultural Sensitivity Training Powerpoints
Working with people from other cultures by NERAOC
- This training module was created by University of California. It Discusses key concepts related to multicultural environments, Diversity, Inclusion & Intercultural Competence. It also discusses on how to develop a plan to improve your organization and personal Intercultural Competence.
- This training powerpoint was presented by Centre for Remote Health A joint centre of Flinders University and Charles Darwin University. It covers the definition of cultural safety and the process for achieving cultural safety. It also lists cultural safety principles and ways on how to be culturally safe.
Cultural Sensitivity by CASA of SV
Cultural Awareness by CMC
- This training powerpoint was created by Claremont McKenna College. It provides examples of cultural groups and the definitions of the common terms used in culturally safe environment. It also effectively states what “Cultural Awareness” is and what it means to be it.
Cultural Sensitivity in Safeguarding by RMC
- This Cultural Sensitivity in Safeguarding powerpoint was created by RMC Consultants. It provides an objective slides that summarizes what the viewer will learn at the end of the presentation. It covers theoretical perspectives of a culturally conscious environment.
As the workforce becomes more and more diverse, it becomes increasingly important that workplace nurture a cultural that accepts everyones ethnic and cultural differences. It creates a healthier, more productive, and ultimately, more profitable organization.
These cultural sensitivity training PowerPoints aim to educate employees on the importance of cultural sensitivity why it’s vital to have workers who are tolerant of each other’s unique differences.
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