Anti-Doping Education – Requirements for Participation – BWF World Junior Championships 2022
Dear Members and Continental Confederations
As you know, the BWF World Junior Championships 2022 will be hosted in Santander, Spain later this year.
- Mixed Team Championships (Suhandinata Cup) 17 – 22 October 2022
- Individual Championships (Eye-Level Cups) 24 – 30 October 2022
Please note that every individual player must complete some anti-doping education before they participate in the 2022 Championships (teams and/or individuals) – see below for more information on this requirement.
Read the below and start planning to work with your National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) and the BWF to complete this requirement before 7 October 2022.
- Online Integrity Education session – Monday 20 June @ 20:00 (8:00PM) KL time
- This will provide information on anti-doping / anti-match manipulation education,.
- This will help you plan your anti-doping education sessions for junior players and support personnel (coaches / team managers) going to the BWF World Junior Championships 2022. More information in June.
Please circulate this internally.
- Anti-Doping Education – a condition of participation
Under Clause 17.2 of the BWF Anti-Doping Regulations, the BWF has selected the BWF World Junior Championships 2022 as an event where players must complete anti-doping educational activities before they participate in the event in Spain.
This means that every player must complete an anti-doping education course before they arrive in Spain for the Championships. This is a mandatory requirement in order to compete at the BWF World Junior Championships 2022.
Members must provide BWF with proof of completion of the anti-doping education training for each player going to Spain no later than Friday 7 October 2022.
- Education Options – 3 choices
There are 3 options for you to consider. The education can be face to face or an online course. If your players have completed an anti-doping course in the last 6 months, we can recognise this if it meets the minimum standards, so they do not need to repeat this again.
|Option 1||Option 2||Option 3|
|Your NADO delivers the Education Course||e-Learning Course – ADEL||Recognising a Recent Anti-Doping Course|
o Contact your NADO
o Arrange for the NADO to deliver an anti-doping education session for your Junior Squad / World Championships Team.
o This session must:
– Be delivered by a trained educator / anti-doping expert.
– Cover the 11 topics in the World Anti-Doping Code Clause 18.2.
o The delivery method can be face-to-face or virtual.
o The NADO must provide a certificate, or letter to the Member Association with these details 1) date of the course, 2) names of the participants who successfully completed this.
Email the BWF Head of Integrity the confirmation from the NADO that the players have completed the course / education session.
Andy Hines-Randle – [email protected]
o ADEL – WADA’s anti-doping online learning platform.
o Each player completes an online course, passes a test, and receives a Certificate.
o The required course is only available in English, Flemish, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
o Visit https://adel.wada-ama.org/learn
o Each player must go to this website and register.
o Complete the course in your own time. It can take about 2 hours. You can start this – then stop and come back to this at later time – flexible learning.
o Complete the course, pass the test, and make sure you get the certificate and sends to the Member Association.
o The Member Association sends the certificate to Andy Hines-Randle – [email protected]
o BWF has access to the database of ADEL and can monitor who has completed the course.
Have any of your junior players (who may be selected for the World Junior Championships) completed an anti-doping education course in the last 6 months?
If so, BWF may be able to recognise this and give credit for this, so no new education activity is needed before the World Junior Champs.
The course must:
– Have been delivered by a trained educator / expert.
– Covered the 11 topics in the World Anti-Doping Code Clause 18.2.
Some of your junior players may have completed the Talented Athletes Education Programme already (see the middle column).
Contact the BWF Head of Integrity to get the course / anti-doping education activity approved as meeting the requirement for competing at the World Junior Championships.
Andy Hines-Randle –
- Coaches and Team Managers – recommended course
BWF strongly recommends that coaches and team managers also complete an online anti-doping e-learning course before the BWF World Junior Championships. We recommend they complete this through ADEL – the WADA anti-doping online learning platform.
|Coaches Anti-Doping Course||Team Managers Anti-Doping Fact Sheet|
|High Performance Coaches’ Education Program (English)||At-a-glance: Anti-Doping Overview|
- Get Ready for the WJCs – Start Planning Today!
Planning is very important. Here are some suggestions about getting ready for the BWF World Junior Championships and making sure each player completes some anti-doping education before going to Spain.
o Look at your target group of junior players.
o Decide who you want to include in the anti-doping education porgramme (it can involve more players than your World Junior Championships Team).
o Decide format of training – e-learning course / face to face session.
o Contact the NADO to find out about information sessions and delivery times.
o Put the 20 June 2022 – 20:00 (8:00PM) KL time in your diary and plan to attend the information session (more details to follow)
– List of names for the anti-doping course.
– Information about their knowledge of anti-doping / if they have done a course before.
– Format of learning decided.
– NADO booked / scheduled for anti-doping education session.
– Attend the session / ask questions.
o Players attend education course.
o All mandatory content areas covered – 11 topics in the World Anti-Doping Code Clause 18.2.
o Assessment of learners – did they all pass? Certificate?
– names of those attending.
– Course completed.
– Names of players and the course details ready to send to BWF.
o Prepare report for BWF – names of those who successfully completed the course.
o Email information to Andy Hines-Randle – [email protected]
o Deadline – Friday 7 October 2022
– Lists received and check by BWF.
– BWF confirms all participants have completed their obligations.
- Contact – Yours and Ours
- Please decide who will be responsible for this in your organisation and who BWF can contact regarding Integrity Education – anti-doping / anti-match manipulation.
- If you have questions about the enclosed, please contact Andy Hines-Randle, Head of Integrity [email protected]
- See the attached for links to Integrity Information on the BWF website.