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 e-Learning

Sport Integrity Australia eLearning offers a number of online courses relating to sport integrity, including doping, match fixing, illicit drugs and ethical decision-making courses. Specific anti-doping courses are also available for coaches, support persons, medical practitioners and parents.

Sport Integrity also offers a free app which can be downloaded from the Apple and Android app stores.

As part of Shooting Australia’s Annual Athlete Agreement, all National Squad and Team members are required to complete the following modules:
1. Fundamentals of Anti-Doping (for any athlete that is new/has not completed prior)
2. Competition Manipulation and Sports Betting (for any athlete that is new/has not completed prior)
3. Annual Update 2024 (ALL athletes MUST complete)


2024 Integrity Education Webinar Series

Sport Integrity Australia is excited to launch the 2024 Integrity Education Webinar Series.

This webinar series will focus on key integrity areas to support members of sport across all levels including participants, administrators, coaches, volunteers and parents.

More information can be found at: Integrity Education Webinar Series | Sport Integrity Australia


Safeguarding Children and Young People

The Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy is designed to protect children and young people in sport by putting in place rules and processes to ensure sporting environments are inclusive, positive and safe for all children and young people, all the time.

Member Protection Policy

The Member Protection Policy is designed to protect the welfare, wellbeing and health of everyone involved in sport. It provides clear definitions of abuse, bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct, discrimination, victimisation and vilification in sport, along with information on how to report these behaviours. Check out the FACT SHEET, VIDEO and OTHER RESOURCES.

Improper Use of Drugs and Medicine Policy

The Improper Use of Drugs and Medicines Policy is designed to protect athletes from harm caused by the improper use of medicines, supplements and illegal drugs. Check out the FACT SHEET, VIDEO and OTHER RESOURCES.

Competition Manipulation and Sport Gambling Policy

The Competition Manipulation and Sport Gambling Policy is designed to keep sport fair by protecting sporting competitions from competition manipulation (also known as match-fixing) and associated betting activity. Check out the FACT SHEET, VIDEO and OTHER RESOURCES.

Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy

The Complaints, Disputes and Disciplines Policy (CDDP) provides sport and its participants with a best practice complaint management process that can be run by either Sport Integrity Australia or the sport. Check out the FACT SHEET, VIDEO and OTHER RESOURCES.


Play By The Rules

Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.

Issue 42: National Integrity Framework

eSafety Commissioner – eSafety Sport Hub

Online abuse can significantly impact sport members and organisations. The eSafety Commissioner is Australia’s national independent regulator and educator for online safety. eSafety provides guidance on online safety issues including cyberbullyingadult cyber abuseimage-based abuse and illegal or restricted content. eSafety can help to get harmful online content removed if it meets the legal threshold for investigation.

The eSafety Sport hub provides resources to help the sports community including information on how to recognise online abuse and deal with online abuse in sport, as well as tailored advice for sport administratorscoaches and officials, and athletes and competitors.