Safe Zone Training
Safe Zone Training is an educational workshop to help members of the UWG community learn more about LGBTQ+ individuals and how to support them through allyship.
Safe Zone Training Information
Safe Zone has been educating the UWG community in several formats since 2004. In its current iteration, Safe Zone is a multi-level training program about LGBTQ+ identities.
- The introductory workshop is a three-hour training to understand the basics about gender, sexuality, and sexual orientation.
- The 2.0 workshop is an expansive look at the history and background of LGBTQ+ culture and communities.
- Trans 101 is a third workshop that explores trans identities, experiences, and needs, and the ways in which we can best support trans individuals and community.
Participants must complete the introductory course to enroll in 2.0 or Trans 101, and will receive updates including available dates via email.
Safe Zone - Intro Level
Safe Zone training Nov 16, 2022 9:00-11:00
Do I have to go through Safe Zone if I participated in it at another institution?
What are the rainbow wolf pins?
The rainbow wolf pin indicates that the individual wearer has participated in UWG's Safe Zone program and has committed to being an ally to the LGBTQ community on campus and in their everyday life.
How do I get one?
Wolf Pins are available to faculty and professional staff who have completed, at minimum, the introductory level and two follow up workshops of Safe Zone.
What is the Green Zone?
Green Zone is a training program similar to Safe Zone, focused on the experiences of veterans. This training is offered through the Center for Adult Learners and Veterans.