S.A.F.E. training is a 2-hour workshop that includes the discussion of the perception of lesbians and gays, the unique challenges faced by LBGTQ people on campus and in society, and strategies for becoming a heterosexual ally. Most sesssions include a panel of UWO LBGTQ students and heterosexual student allies. Participants who choose to be LBGTQ allies receive a S.A.F.E. triangle decal.
Trainings are held at least twice each academic year: once in the fall during Coming OUT week and again in the spring for Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Awarness Days (BGLAD) Week.
For more information, visit the UW-Oshkosh LGBT Council.