We offer evidence-based and informative continuing education opportunities for sports professionals including certified athletic trainers, sport dietitians, and strength and conditioning specialists.

Our live and on-demand webinars are offered throughout the year and cover the hottest topics in athlete performance, sports supplements, substances of abuse, and other conversations relating to sports drug education and testing. Each session features an industry expert relevant to the topic, along with our Senior Director of Education, Lara Gray.

For questions or webinar topic suggestions, contact Lara at moc.t1555929703ropse1555929703erfgu1555929703rd@ya1555929703rgl1555929703.

 

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Changes in NCAA Policy and Bylaws You Need to Know

Live Webinar on May 1, 2019 11am – 12pm CST Cost: Free   Policy changes within the NCAA often lead to confusion or the sharing of misinformation that may put athletes and collegiate sport programs at risk. Questions regarding new changes or interpretations of current bylaws are often directed to Drug Free Sport International and [...]

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Dietary Supplement Manufacturing: Common Missteps and What it Takes to Ensure Consumer Safety

Live Webinar: April 23, 2019 12 – 1PM CDT Cost: FREE   This presentation will define the current dietary supplement regulations, the basic components of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), and the common issues facing dietary supplement manufacturers. This information will help athletic trainers, dietitians, and sport administrators make informed decisions regarding dietary supplements and the [...]

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POSTPONED: Substance Use and the Young Athlete: How to Recognize Warning Signs and Provide Appropriate Support

This event has been postponed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please stay tuned to our social media and education emails for updates. Original Date/Time: March 27, 2019 / 12 – 1PM CST COST: FREE   This webinar will help practitioners differentiate between common teen/young adult behavior issues and an emerging substance abuse [...]

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Free ARCHIVE: Medical Exception & Exemption: What to do

Medications are prescribed to treat and alleviate conditions and symptoms, but may be banned in sport. The NCAA and NAIA understand there are certain scenarios where a student-athlete is required to take a banned medication. This webinar will dive into the key steps and procedures that need to be taken when a student-athlete needs a [...]

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Free ARCHIVE: Initiating Sports Nutrition Programs on a Small Budget

Guest Speakers: Alisha Parker (Director of Sports Nutrition; Fresno State), Marisa Faibish (Director of Performance Nutrition; Appalachian State University), Natasha Hansen (Director of Healthy Choices and Wellness Educator/Sports Dietitian; University of Southern Mississippi), & Tiffany Harrison (Middle Tennessee State University) Many programs are redesigning how and when their athletes get fueled for exercise and recovery [...]

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Free ARCHIVE: Is My Drug Testing Program Working?

The goal of drug testing in sport is to both deter use of performance-enhancing substances, and also to protect the athletes who compete clean—leveling the playing field for all competitors. Still, with a myriad of testing panels, matrices, and budget allocations, it is common to wonder if these goals are being achieved. [...]

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