What is the Clean Sport Education Repository?
The Anti-Doping Education Repository of project IMPACT presents a collection of different, web-based clean sport education programs that have been developed over the last two decades by organisations, such as the World Anti-Doping Agency, as well as independent research and practitioner groups in the framework of Erasmus+ Sport and other funded projects. Those programs refer to both competitive elite and recreational and amateur sport.
Who can use it?
This repository is openly accessed by everyone interested in clean sport education. By using our repository you can browse through the different programs and identify the ones that suit your training and education needs. Project IMPACT’s clean sport education repository can be used by:
- National anti-doping organisations involved in delivering clean sport education
- National and international sport governing bodies involved in clean sport education
- Education specialists and professionals working in clean sport promotion
- Physical education teachers for school-based clean sport education
- Coaches and personal trainers interested in clean sport education
- Athletes interested in updating their knowledge and skills on clean sport
Benefits for Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers
Through the education programs presented in our repository, athletes, coaches, and trainers, independently of their level of competition, can update their knowledge and skills in anti-doping issues and help them make informed choices about doping use.
Benefits for Academics and Educators
Our repository provides access to academics interested in designing, implementing, and evaluating anti-doping education programs. Accordingly, the repository can be readily used by educators who are interested in promoting clean sport values in the classroom.
Relevance of our Repository to WADA’s International Standards for Education
To further support the efforts of National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) and National and International Sport Governing Bodies to implement the World Anti-Doping Agency’s International Standard for Education (ISE), we highlight the relevance of each education program to the ISE main components and specific topic areas. This can help you identify the programs that are mostly relevant to your organisations’ training and education needs.
You can access WADA’s International Standards of Education (ISE) and related guidelines for ISE implementation here: