The focus will be pursued through the following processes:

  1. Better understanding the ongoing practices and the underlying dinamics of the protected reported system before the design and conception of the training process.
  2. Developing an approach oriented to a strong tailoring of the training models in these fields, with a double target articulation: a first one addressed top decision makers in primaries sport bodies (NOC, National Federations, Top Sport Clubs) and the second one specificaly address to grassroot sports, where the cultivation of future behaviours/mis-behaviour take place and where match-fixing practices are unfortunately emerging at youth level.
  3. Specific use of ICT in order to strongly support the quality and the effectiveness of training through dedicated e-learning module, also functional to strengthening the training diffusion potent
  4. A very strong cooperation among the most relevant actors, with special reference to National Government and National Olympic Committees, which will be for the first time directly involved in such a cooperative process in this topic.


The training model will be piloted implemented in five European countries (Portugal, Italy, Slovenia, Austria and Spain) and addressed to top-decision maker levels to the main sport of each countries (e.i football, tennis, basketball) and addressed to grassroot levels in all sport.

A key objective of the proposal is to introduce in a structured way the use of protected reporting systems in the anti-match-fixing policies and actions of sport bodies and institutions related to sport practices, through a proper, competent and informed approach.