Education and E-Learning

The cornerstone of the CCES approach to ethical sport is our responsibility to educate Canadian athletes and their support personnel about their rights and responsibilities.

For elite-level athletes, education is focused on the anti-doping program, including information about banned substances and methods, the sample collection process, and the whereabouts program.

The CCES administers the Canadian Anti-Doping Program on behalf of Canadian athletes. A critical part of this program is ensuring that athletes subject to doping control understand their rights and responsibilities.

The CCES has developed a variety of education tools to keep athletes informed at the highest possible level.

CCES Online Education

The CCES provides many organizations and groups with customized e-learning programs to maximize the information disseminated to athletes at various levels. Some successful programs include e-learning for Canadian Interuniversity Sport, the Canadian College Athletic Association, Canada Games, North American Indigenous Games, Canadian Hockey League, Hockey Quebec, Football Canada, National Sport Organizations and Registered Testing Pool Athletes, among many others.

For additional information please use this link onlinelearning@cces.ca to contact us concerning educational possibilities available through the CCES.
Or call us at 613-521-3340.

If you are looking for the CCES Online Education portal, please use this link education.cces.ca to move to the education portal.