Safe Zone Training


Safe Zone LogoSupporting LGBTQ+ Individuals in the University, Health System & Community

This Safe Zone interactive, online training was designed to develop, enhance and maintain culturally competent and supportive environments on Augusta University’s campuses for individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, as well as heterosexual, cisgender individuals who care about diversity, equity and inclusion.

Additionally, Safe Zone establishes an identifiable network of individuals who can provide support, information and a safe place for LGBTQ+ persons within the campus community. This particular Safe Zone training format is designed with informational content and activities to clarify language and terminology, to move participants forward in understanding experiences related to identity in general, and LGBTQ+ identities, specifically, and to address issues related to stereotypes and privilege. 

This course is divided into three modules: Language, Identity, and Stereotypes of Privilege. Participants should expect to spend one hour completing the training. At the end of the training, participants will receive a certificate of completion.


How to register for training

To access this course, log in to Workforce Learn Online. Once at the Train site, enter your learner ID. Your learner ID will be the same as your Outlook ID (commonly referred to as your User ID).  

  • Your Outlook ID is the first part of your university/AU Health email address. So if your email address is CCOLUMBUS@augusta.edu, then your Outlook ID is ccolumbus.

If you do not have access to a computer, there are computers available at the following locations:

  • Health Sciences Campus  in the Greenblatt Library, Health Sciences Building or the Human Resources Training Room. To schedule time for using a computer in the HR Training Room, please contact Workforce Development at (706) 721-8175. 
  • Summerville Campus – University Hall

Need Help? 

  • For username and password issues, please contact the Help Desk at (706) 721-4000 for assistance.
  • For questions about the training content, please contact Dr. Lindsey West at LIWEST@augusta.edu