Collingwood's Jack Crisp has been cleared to play this weekend after meeting with the AFL Integrity Unit over a video that surfaced on social media last week.

Crisp, who was ordered to meet with the integrity unit upon his return from Collingwood's Round 4 trip to Brisbane, has admitted that the content in the viral clip was inappropriate, but won't face any suspensions from the league.

The AFL did confirm through a statement on Tuesday afternoon that the 29-year-old has been ordered to undertake an education program.

"The AFL confirms AFLIU has today interviewed Collingwood player Jack Crisp in relation to content that was uploaded to social media last week," the statement read.

"The investigation concluded the content, which was distributed last week without Crisp's consent, was taken a number of years ago, with Crisp admitting it was he who sent the images to another person.

"Crisp has acknowledged the content and his language, regardless of the setting, was extremely inappropriate and will issue a public apology this afternoon via Collingwood.

"In assessing the situation, AFLIU took into consideration Crisp's acknowledgement of his behaviour, his track record in the years since the content was produced and the public apology.

"Crisp has been ordered to undertake an appropriate education program and the AFL considers the matter to be finalised."

Collingwood's general manager of football, Graham Wright, said that the club supported the AFL's decision to mandate an education program.

“Jack has fully cooperated with the Club regarding the context around the series of images shown in that historical video," Wright said.

“As soon as we became aware of the vision being circulated, we connected with the AFL to ensure due diligence was taken in this situation. The AFL determined Jack's conduct was inappropriate and has requested he take part in education around the appropriate use of social media, which the Club supports.

“Jack has made significant steps since that time and he continues to grow and learn as a person.

“This has been a difficult time for Jack and his family as they had worked through this privately at the time and the Club will continue to support them through this situation.”

Speaking through a club statement, Crisp apologised for his actions and said he was committed to doing better in the future.

“Last week I became aware that a video was being shared online containing private images which I had sent to another person in 2018,” Crisp said.

“I want to apologise for my actions and the impact they've had on my family and our Club.

“Since that time, I have learnt a lot and grown as a person and I hope my family, those at Collingwood, and everyone connected to our Club and the wider game, can see that growth. In saying that, I am still a work in progress and aim to continue to get better as a person.

“I am incredibly fortunate to have the support of Collingwood, my wife Mikayla and my daughters – while I am disappointed in myself for those actions, the impact this has had on my wife and my family hurts the most and I apologise to them for that.”

Crisp will be available for selection to face St Kilda in Round 5 in the final match of Gather Round.