"It is vital that Scottish governing bodies utilise this free resource and work with us to make sure every athlete has the required knowledge and skills to avoid risk.
"Fundamentally, our investment will help us secure a clean Games in Glasgow, Sochi, and Rio."
The partnership will see an extension to the existing National Trainer network, put in place in November 2011 to deliver the pre-Games education programmes for Team GB and ParalympicsGB heading to the London 2012 Games, with each of the home countries agreeing to recruit their own trainers to educate athletes and support staff.
Amanda Batt, UK Anti-Doping education manager, said: "It has been a pleasure to train and develop National Trainers from each of the home countries, allowing them to support the clean sport agenda. Our collective aim is to deliver clean teams and continue to protect the integrity of sport in the UK."
Glasgow 2014 will be the 20th Commonwealth Games and will be held from July 23 to August 3.