If you would like to get stronger at Go, then the BGA can help you.
One of the best ways of learning is by informal discussion at your local Go Club; record your games and then play through them, if possible discussing them with other, preferably stronger players.
In a slightly more formal basis, the BGA organises a range of teaching events across the country. Here is some advice for those intending to run such an event. Most of these events are aimed at the 10 kyu – 2 kyu range, but at least one every year is aimed at stronger players. Details are also included in the Tournament Calendar.
The Shodan Challenge provides one-to-one teaching.
Here is a link to David Ward's Top Ten Tips for improving your strength (this is a PowerPoint presentation).
And here are some tips, suggestions and teaching material for all strengths of player.
Teaching activities are organised by the BGA's Player Development Committee.
The BGA encourages all Go players to be active in teaching others to play and get stronger. We have advice on teaching both adults and children (PDF).
Teachers who wish to have some formal recognition as a Go teacher can join the BGA teaching accreditation scheme.