Employees of the Azerbaijan National Anti-Doping Agency (AMADA) have also joined a new global benchmark of quality for the advanced training of Doping Control Officers with the International Doping Control Officer (IDCO) Training Program launched by the International Testing Agency (ITA). The IDCO Training Program is supported by the national and regional anti-doping organizations of Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, China, Central America, Norway, South Africa, United Kingdom; sports federations including European Athletics, and the two leading private sample collection agencies IDTM and PWC.
AMADA, along with these organizations, has actively contributed to the project by sharing its experience and suggestions in the development of the program. The ITA IDCO Training & Certification Program aims to offer athletes around the world the guarantee that wherever they are tested and whatever sport they compete in, the doping controls they are subject to are conducted safely, respectfully and with trained professionals in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Program and international best practice.
A further objective is to foster harmonization and reconcile any disparity in the quality of how doping controls are conducted globally by providing a new advanced and internationally recognised professional qualification and certification for international DCOs (IDCOs). ITA-Certified IDCOs will be trained experts in the professional, procedural and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) compliance aspects required to deliver testing programs out-of-competition and at international sporting events including world championships, Olympic Games and other Major Games.
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