Integrity Education Resources

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 safeguarding children and young people, 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.

2024 Diving Australia Education Plan

Education is key to protecting the integrity of Australian sport. Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) and Diving Australia are committed to working together to mitigate and manage integrity threats to provide a safe and fair environment for participants at all levels of sport.

This Education Plan has been developed in partnership with SIA, who will support this plan through the provision of education resources and interventions as and where possible. It outlines the required and recommended education interventions for all members of Diving Australia to facilitate compliance with the National Integrity Framework policies, Diving Australia Anti-Doping Policy and the World Anti-Doping Code International Standard for Education (ISE).  

The Education Plan documents the key online education course requirements that the relevant stakeholder groups should complete with any formal engagement with Diving Australia activities and events. This is in addition to completing any recruitment and screening of personnel as per the Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy prior to engagement.

Sport Integrity Australia online education courses can be found through the online education portal - personnel will need to create a username and password each time that you wish to complete a course. Once you have completed a course, you can download your certificate of completion and forward this to your relevant manager or organisation.

Online courses should be completed within three months from your commencement date unless it is stipulated you are required to complete courses prior to your commencement.

If you wish to run any in-person education, please contact the Diving Australia National Integrity Manager at

If you have any technical issues when you are completing your courses, please contact the Sport Integrity Australia Education Team via email to

PLEASE NOTE: With legislation, policy change updates and compliance changes, requirements for course completion are subject to changes at Diving Australia's discretion.

A good way for younger athletes to complete their online learning requirements is to sit down with their parents/guardians or carers and chat through the content together. This is a great learning experience for parents/guardians and carers to also understand the environment in which their athletes are training and competing. All online courses are suitable for children and young people (those under 18 years of age).

2024 Diving Australia Education Plan

Sport Integrity App

The Sport Integrity app is a one-stop shop for all sport integrity needs, downloaded by more than 50,000 Australian athletes and support staff.

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.

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.

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, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.

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.


The AIS Mental Health Referral Network provides eligible athletes, alumni, and individuals from Australia's high performance sports system with priority access to a network of AIS-endorsed psychologists, psychiatrists and neuropsychologists across the county

AW&E Mental Health

Sport Integrity Australia’s independent complaints process is designed to keep Australian sport safe and fair. However, Sport Integrity Australia understand that going through a complaints process can often make people feel overwhelmed, isolated, confused, and anxious. It can be an extremely challenging time for anyone involved, and it is important to look after your mental health and wellbeing and seek support if you need it. The following mental health and wellbeing support services are free to access.


For integrity enquiries and education opportunities, please contact Diving Australia's National Integrity and Complaints Manager.