Clean sport education for everyone
Our e-learning courses offer athletes, support personnel and anyone with an interest in sport an easy and convenient way to learn about clean sport.
A range of modules offer information about anti-doping rules, medications, supplements, the doping control process and reporting doping. You can access the courses for free from anywhere in the world, and there is something suitable for you no matter your current level of knowledge or the level at which you play sport.
Find the most appropriate course for you using the list below. If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend Clean Sport 101 – it’s a great introduction to key clean sport topics and perfect for beginners.
An e-learning course developed for club level, age group, aspiring athletes and students who compete in sport and have not received anti-doping education before.
Details: Takes 15 minutes to complete.
This seven-module Level One e-learning course is designed for athletes and support personnel who have never received anti-doping education or who have not been educated recently. The course provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of clean sport using practical examples and a blended learning approach.
- overview of the anti-doping rules
- prohibited substances and methods
- checking medications before use
- the risks of supplement use
- doping control process
- reporting doping
Details: This course is primarily designed for those who compete or coach at a development, national or international level.
This seven-module Level Two e-learning course is designed for athletes and support personnel who have received recent anti-doping education via one of our workshops or through completion of our Level One course. Level Two provides comprehensive education across all areas of clean sport however does so with an expectation that the learner has existing knowledge on the topic. This course recaps key anti-doping messages and provides updates to essential information.
Details: This course is primarily designed for those who compete or coach at a national or international level.
Support personnel have a significant and influential role in supporting clean sport. Research has shown that the majority of athletes will seek information about anti-doping from a support person before any other source. As a coach, parent, manager, medical professional or any other type of support person, you need to have a good understanding of anti-doping and your responsibilities.
This singular module has been designed specifically for athlete support personnel to reflect their important role in clean sport. Content covered also informs users of the anti-doping rules that apply directly to them.
Details: We recommend that all coaches, managers and parents complete this programme in addition to the Level One or Two courses.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games e-learning course offers Games specific anti-doping information that athletes and support personnel need to know. It includes details around doping control, TUEs and Whereabouts.
Details: This course is for all athletes and support personnel heading to the Tokyo Olympic or Paralympic Games.