Suzanne Fisher, formerly of Gymnastics Canada, worked with an organization called True Sport to develop a free online module for coaching ethics.
It looks like a Powerpoint presentation where you must sometimes click to move forward. There is some video. A few slides where you must answer questions.
It takes less than 45 minutes to complete.
This is not a requirement of the National Coaching Certification Program in Canada, rather a supplementary module. Canadian coaches who complete it can be credited 3 points towards professional development requirements.
Good and important content.
Go for It
Rise to the challenge – always strive for excellence. Discover how good you can be.
Play honestly – obey both the letter and spirit of the rules. Winning is only meaningful when competition is fair.
Show respect for everyone involved in creating your sporting experience, both on and off the field. Win with dignity and lose with grace.
Keep it Fun
Find the joy of sport. Keep a positive attitude both on and off the field.
Place physical and mental health above all other considerations – avoid unsafe activities. Respect your body and keep in shape.
Share sport with others. Ensure everyone has a place to play.
Find ways to show your appreciation for the community that supports your sport and helps make it possible.
Check it out here, if interested.