ABF Teaching Fellows


ABF Teaching Fellows

The ABF Teachers’ Accreditation Program (TAP) was launched in 2011 and continues to be very successful at bringing in new teachers and developing the skills of new and established teachers.

The ABF also provides recognition and credentials to outstanding teachers who have a long and successful teaching record through its ABF Honorary Teaching Fellows program. This program is separate from, but in addition to, the ABF TAP.

ABF Honorary Teaching Fellows are highly skilled, generally with a distinguished record in high level play, having won national titles and/or represented Australia internationally. They may also have strong coaching skills and possess the necessary interpersonal and communication skills to teach bridge at all levels. In 2016 we are offered recognition to 19 of these very experienced professionals.

Following discussions with the States and Territories we have now appointed 4 additional Teaching Fellows. 

The ABF congratulates the following new ABF Honorary Teaching Fellows: Tony Jackman, Will Jenner O’Shea, Matt Mullamphy and Nigel Rosendorff.

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