Declaration following the Second Latin American Anti-Doping Education Symposium on 13 and 14 June 2017, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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The Coach’s Tool Kit provides anti-doping organizations, coaching associations and universities with material that can be integrated directly into existing coach education curriculum or used as a stand-alone workshop.
As with a real ''tool kit,'' the material contained in the Program Officer’s Tool Kit is intended to provide the tools needed to build an anti-doping education program.
The Teacher’s Tool Kit contains a series of lesson plans and activity ideas that can be used by teachers to educate young people about the issue of doping in sport in the formal education system.
These Education Guidelines to Prevent Doping in Sport provide Anti-Doping Organizations practical information and reliable approaches to achieve the principles and goals of World Anti-Doping Code Article 18 (See Annex 1 of the Guidelines).
This research package, which includes a standard questionnaire, was designed to assist Anti-doping organizations (ADOs) measure athletes’ beliefs and behaviors with respect to doping, and to assess the effectiveness of anti-doping programs.
The ADO Reference Guide to the Code outlines the changes in the 2015 Code and highlight what Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs) should focus on going forward from a practical standpoint.
As with a real ''tool kit'', the material contained in the Sport Physician’s tool kit is intended to help sport physicians develop anti-doping education programs which can be adapted and customized to suit local cultures, conditions and resources.
This guide is provided for the purpose of understanding the rules of the World Anti-Doping Code and is in no way a binding legal document. The language of the Code is always the primary source.
The full text of the Code can be found in the Resources section.
Presenter: David Howman, WADA Director General
Date: May 6, 2014
Location: Doha, Qatar