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100% ME Accredited Tutors

England and Toulon star Jonny Wilkinson is committed to the 100% ME scheme 

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The 100% ME Accreditation Scheme aims to provide the British sporting community with greater access to anti-doping education, while providing information that is engaging, relevant and consistent with current anti-doping policy and regulation.

Accredited tutors are intended to be the link between clubs and this information. They will be there to support players and other staff within their club by giving appropriate guidance on anti-doping issues.

UK Anti-Doping have completed a review of the 100% ME tutor-accreditation process and the new system is ready to be rolled out.

The improvements aim to make for a more interactive, consistent development process, with tutors maintaining their knowledge through regular remote training and assessment delivered online by UK Anti-Doping.

This scheme is part of the Aviva Premiership minimum standards (M41, M42), an indication of how highly regarded it is to have tutors actively working within your club.

A confidential Report Doping in Sport 24-hour phone line is available providing confidential service to athletes, support personal and concerned family and friends to securely pass on information to UK Anti-Doping.

 

 

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