DUBAI (Agencies) - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to upgrade all education programmes for the country's young cricketers to ensure that no more any of their cricketers fall into the trap of the bookies. Following the jail sentences given by a British court to their former captain Salman Butt and pace bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, it has been decided that all training courses for youngsters will be aimed at preventing any such controversies in the future. Speaking from Lahore, Nadeem Sarwar, the general manager media of the PCB , said: "The PCB is determined to ensure that any form of corrupt behaviour from Pakistan cricket is stamped out. "Training courses under the PCB education programme will be upgraded for all players and particularly younger entrants into international cricket to inform them of the law and spirit of the game, the inducements that may be offered to them by unscrupulous elements, and the pitfalls associated with deviant behaviour." Sarwar also said vigilance will be carried out on and off field. "Strict vigilance protocols will be introduced to monitor the game, devise appropriate rules and procedures of conduct, and keep away bad elements always on the lookout to trap players," he said. To ensure that the right people emerge as the agents of the players, Sarwar said: "The code of conduct and the parameters of registering and approving anyone desirous of being an agent of the players will be reviewed and strengthened further. No unauthorised hiring of agents will be permitted." Sarwar also revealed that a proposal to pass a law curbing corruption in sports will be initiated. "A recommendation would be made to the government to consider passing a law in the parliament making corruption in sports a criminal offence. This would not only be a deterrent, but also allow proper prosecution and punishment for criminal behaviour," he said.