We are recruiting a new Bridge Education & Development Manager, to manage, develop and deliver successful education & development projects and maintain delivery of associated education services for EBED. The job is a full time position and based in Aylesbury and would suit an active bridge player and preferably someone with experience of teaching bridge. For more information, and details of how to apply, see the the job advert and the job description. For further details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries for the EBED Minibridge Sim Pairs close on Monday 7th October.
This is a great opportunity for any new students of the game to take part in an informal competition at an early stage of their learning.
12 hands have been prepared with a commentary for use by teachers with new students of any age group. The hands are organised in 3 groups of 4, with each of North, South, West and East declaring one hand in each group.
The Leeds Bridge Club had its new Teaching Room oﬃcially opened on 8th September 2019 by Councillor Sharon Hamilton (pictured left with Chairperson, Sue Friedman).
The room (pictured right) will give the club their own much needed space for its many classes. The new beginners’ classes commence during the week beginning Monday 23rd September 2019. Thanks to help with a grant from the Yorkshire Contract Bridge Association, the room has computer facilities and the tutors will be able to use this to enhance their already successful teaching methods.
The 2019 Junior Teach-In, organised by EBED, took place at King’s Park Conference Centre, Northampton over three days on the 30th August to the 1st September 2019. 65 people attended in total.
It was a weekend full of teaching, fun and competition as well as recreational and sporting activities, thoroughly enjoyed by all.