Education, Resources and Awareness

When it comes to sport integrity, it is critical that our athletes and support personnel are aware of their rights and responsibilities. There are a range of tools and resources available to help keep participants informed.

Integrity eLearning

Sport Integrity Australia eLearning offers a number of online courses relating to sport integrity, including child safeguarding, doping, match fixing, illicit drugs and ethical decision-making courses. There is also a new course specifically about the National Integrity Framework. Specific anti-doping courses are also available for coaches, support persons, medical practitioners and parents.

 

Sport Integrity app

The app allows users to check whether their medications are banned in sport, find low risk supplements to reduce their change of testing positive accidentally, and check whether they need a Therapeutic Use Exemption. The app also provides direction on how to raise concerns about things like doping, match-fixing, harassment or illicit drug use. It features further information on eLearning modules, whereabouts and testing information and gives users the opportunity to provide feedback to Sport Integrity Australia.

 

The app is free and can be downloaded from the Apple and Android app stores.

 

Stay up to date on social media

Keep up to date with all that is happening in sport integrity by following Sport Integrity Australia on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or listen to On Side, the official podcast of Sport Integrity Australia.

Prohibited List of substances and methods

The Prohibited List outlines the substances and methods that are prohibited in sport. It is updated annually by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Remember that individual products or brands are not named on the Prohibited List. Athletes should check the status of all medications before they use them on GlobalDRO.

 

Checking your substances

Global DRO allows users to check whether the most commonly prescribed and over-the-counter medicines in Australia are permitted or prohibited in sport.

If an athlete requires use of a prohibited substance to treat a medical condition, the athlete needs to be aware of the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) requirements. For more information on a Therapeutic Use Exemptions visit Sport Integrity Australia’s website.

Children and Young Adults have the right to feel safe in our sport. It’s important children understand their rights – the below fact sheets help explain:

 

Click here for information to help 7-12 year old’s understand their rights in sport

Click here for information to help 13-17 year old’s understand their rights in sport

 

Sport Integrity Australia has designed resources which help explain integrity policies to children and young adults, you can find links to these resources below.

 

For 13-17 year old’s:

Improper Use of Drugs and Medicines Factsheet

Competition Manipulation and Sports Wagering Factsheet

Child Safeguarding Factsheet

Member Protection Factsheet

 

For 7-12 year old’s:

Child Safeguarding Factsheet