• Play by the Rules eLearning Update

    Play by the Rules eLearning Update

    February 2024

    Positive changes are coming to the Play by the Rules eLearning courses. From Sunday 31 March, the two-year expiry date on courses will be removed, and the PBTR – Child Protection and Safeguarding course will no longer be available on the Sport Integrity Australia eLearning website.

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  • Australia’s eSafety Commissioner is calling on your help to tackle online abuse in sport

    Australia’s eSafety Commissioner is calling on your help to tackle online abuse in sport

    February 2024

    We all know Australians love their sport.

    It’s a wonderful part of life, with millions of us involved every week as competitors, volunteers, coaches, passionate sport parents and supporters.

    Sport organisations and sport-loving individuals work hard to create safe, inclusive and fair environments for everyone.

    Nevertheless, it’s naturally a competitive and emotionally charged environment and we’ve long seen instances of poor conduct in-person, like supporters screaming abuse from sidelines, referees being sworn at and even menacing threats of harm.

    That’s why we have rules on the field of play.

Online Training Courses

Free courses on child protection, harassment and discrimination, complaint handling, for Member Protection Information Officers and various mini-courses.

Let Kids be Kids

Help address poor sideline behaviour at junior sport ... see the Let Kids be Kids Toolkit...

Interactive Scenarios

Explore your understanding about issues that impact on safe, fair and inclusive sport through our step by step case studies

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  • Let Kids Be Kids - the kids

    Poor sideline behaviour can have a significant impact on how much kids enjoy sport - it can even determine if our kids continue in sport. When you are a kid you want to have fun, be with your friends and be supported by parents and spectators. Listen to how poor sideline behaviour impacts on these kids!  


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