Teaching & Volunteering

Teaching

Do you love bridge? Do you want to share this enthusiasm with others? Do you want to make bridge more than just a hobby?

If 'yes' then you should attend one of our Club Teacher Courses and learn to be a bridge teacher.
These very successful and popular courses will help you learn how to teach bridge using the Bridge for All Programme, expertly guided by one of our very experienced tutors.

You can learn more about these courses using the link for Club Teacher Training to the right of this page which also provides details on courses which are planned.

We set up these courses across England in direct response to demand, so if your club or county needs new blood and you are ready to help bring newcomers into our great game, why don't you get your club/county secretary to get in touch to see what can be arranged?

The course is also an excellent starting point for those who want to teach bridge independently. Read more about our teaching community by reading the EBTA link in the Education Menu on your right.

More information at the English Bridge Teachers Association.

Volunteer

Volunteers wanted

  • Executive volunteers wanted

    • The EBU wants to form three Executive Working Groups and would welcome applications from those with appropriate backgrounds in the Marketing/PR, Commercial or Technology fields, possibly those who are recently retired and have time on their hands, who would like to use their skills and knowledge to help the EBU move forward. Please contact gordon@ebu.co.uk for more information.

  • Support our Youth

    • We are always seeking volunteers to assist in teaching and/or promoting bridge in their area. If you are able to help please contact Giorgio Provenza at EBED.

Standby volunteers

We would always like to hear from pairs who are willing to act as standby at our events, especially for Swiss Pairs and Swiss Teams competitions.


For more information, or to volunteer, please contact Charlie Bucknell.

Tournament Directors

Volunteer and find support to be a Tournament Director