Feedback for the implementation of EADIn in the national/ organizational structures of the partner organizations The EADIn project will be implemented within the structures of the partner organizations. In order to have a structured record of the national/ organizational implementations and your experiences, please fill in this form for every intervention you organize. FACTS Name of Partner Organization: Slovenian Olympic Committee Date: 03.01.2012 Length of intervention: 1 hour Location: Bled, hotel Jelovica Number of participants: 21 Target group/ addressees: athletes that will compete in YOG Innsbruck Trainers/ staff/ Anti‐Doping Junior Ambassadors that were involved: Jani Dvoršak, Nina Makuc, Karmen Gec, Sebastian Bauman, Matej Drinovec, Tadej Jug, Tjaša Logar, Luka Pirec, Jan Družina, Tjaša Hojnik REPORT ABOUT THE IMPLEMENTATION What was the aim? Our main goal was to inform young athletes about doping control process What content was conveyed? We presented all the steps (in details) of doping control process and show the athletes WADA video about doping control (we translated it to Slovenian language). We showed them all the forms and doping control equipment. At the end we had small workshops (1 ADJA‐two or three athletes) where ADJA questioned athletes about different areas of anti‐doping and discuss with them the areas, where their knowledge for pure. Which methodologies were used?
Presentation and workshops What were the impressions of the staff/ trainers/ ADJA?(for eg: how did the addressees react to the given information, was it easy to convey the information, were there discussions…): In our opinion the lecture was interesting. Some of the athletes will probably be tested soon for doping and with our lecture they got all the information they needed. What were the results? We believe that all participants got new information about doping control process which was our intention. Did you reach the desired outcome? How? Why? Yes. Especially because the group of athletes was pretty small so we can work more individually. What were the challenges in implementing EADIn in your own structure? No challenges. What would you do differently next time? Probably nothing.
Published on Mar 12, 2012