Update from EBED for EBTA Teachers and on Club Teacher Training courses

EBED has published help and guidance for bridge teachers to assist in moving their teaching on-line. Members of the English Bridge Teachers Association (EBTA) can access the information via the Teacher Zone accessible through your MyEBU page. It contains advice on setting up on-line teaching tables and help on web conferencing including a review of the various platforms available. EBTA members can also contact Jacks Morcombe at jacqueline@ebedcio.org.uk or Lorna Watson at lorna@ebedcio.org.uk for further assistance in this area if required.

Although we have had to postpone a number of our Club Teacher Training courses whilst the current Covid-19 restrictions remain in place, we are trialing the delivery of an on-line version of the course later this month to allow our training programme to continue. If the trial proves successful, we will aim to offer additional dates when we can.

The national charity for the promotion and development of bridge

English Bridge Education & Development (EBED) is a newly formed charity registered with the Charity Commission.

For those looking for advice in regards to Coronavirus, please use the following link https://www.ebu.co.uk/node/3696

For specific information on the EBED training course programme, please use the Directing and Teach Bridge links above.

The charity has two public benefit objectives: the furtherance of duplicate bridge as an activity which enriches the life of all, and, secondly, a specific aim to foster duplicate bridge among those in full-time education.

We believe that bridge brings with it important benefits in terms of fostering social interaction, as well as supporting the use of mathematical reasoning and the application of logic.

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