Bridge Education

Learn to Play Bridge

Anyone wishing to enquire about Learn to Play Bridge Classes should view the web sites for any of the following clubs.  Each of these clubs offer classes at various times during the year facilitated by well known teachers.
Adelaide Bridge Centre in Glenunga – see flyer below and for further information go to –
Bridge at Beaumont – see flyer below and for further information to to – 
Glenelg Bridge Club – see flyer below.
For existing players who wish to augment their knowledge, please refer to the following links which have been shared with the permission of Barbara Travis.


The SA Bridge Federation has a policy covering the education and training of club, state and national directors.  This document, along with other useful material for directors of all levels can be found below.  Anyone looking to become a club director should direct their enquiry to:  All information is provided with the permission of the author and can be downloaded as required.


The documentation listed below is provided as support to club teachers.  It is posted to this website with the full permission of the authors.  Additional information can be sought from the SA Bridge Federation by sending an email request to:

NZ Bridge Federation Materials
The links to the documents from the NZ Bridge Federation are supplied to us with the full permission of Allan Morris.  These teaching tools/lesson plans will prove invaluable to any aspiring club      teacher.  They are Acol based however, so anyone wishing to teach Standard will need to source other material.
Joel Geeske Materials

Joel Geeske is a German National who now resides in New Zealand.  She is an international player of considerable repute who is passionate about sharing her knowledge with players and bridge teachers alike.  Please see the below links to her website and some instructional slides on how to be a better bridge player.

Real Bridge Materials

An online conference for bridge teachers was hosted on Real Bridge