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The following service providers have met minimum requirements when it comes to their profession. We do not recommend one over the other, and any one of the following should be able to help you.

All of the following service providers have met minimum requirements when it comes to their profession. We do not recommend one over the other, and any one of the following should be able to help you.

Consultant Qualifications (minimum standards) (2010)
Note: New Consultants will be approved by the Board of Directors

NOTE: Exception to Minimum Standards:
In very rare circumstances a service provider will be considered for involvement even if they have not met all the qualifications outlined. A practitioner who has vast experience working with high performance athletes, major games experience and has played a significant leadership role within their field will have the opportunity to contribute upon review by the SMSCS Board of Directors. This practitioner must be seen to be in the process of achieving the required qualifications, or will be granted equivalency by virtue of their standing and experience. In any case the exception must be seen to be in the best interests of the athletes, without compromising the support system standards of the SMSCS.

NOTE: Exceptions to qualifications to provide Drug Education and Doping Control Worskhops:

  1. Doping Control Officer (minimum – have attended a CCES Regional Training Workshop)
  2. SMSCS science or medicine member or consultant who can demonstrate a background (educational or practical experience) in drug education and doping control. Should also have experience with public speaking or teaching.

Note: The Drug Education and Awareness Workshop has recently been revised. Its focus is now more of an overall, general knowledge workshop that encompasses all aspects of the topic, ranging from ethics in sport to the doping control procedures.