As outlined in the recent Club Management Focus newsletter and in the new Master Point and Licensing Handbook, there are changes to Player Session Rates (PSR’s) 04, 11 & 22 coming into effect. These are the codes currently used for submitting results of the various different types of teaching/supervised play sessions.
The EBU Board have decided to simplify the structure because under the old structure players who didn’t pay (and may have received help) were awarded Master Points, while those who paid half-price didn’t receive any. Hence the decision to remove PSR’s 04 and 11 from 1st October 2014.
PSR 22 will remain and be the only code for submitting supervised play or training sessions but clubs which do not wish to register such training sessions do not have to do so. In other words, if the players do not wish to earn magazine points then the club can choose not to register these sessions. Please note that if an individual wishes to become an EBU member in order to receive the EBU magazine and enjoy the other benefits of EBU membership then they can always join as a ‘Direct Member’ – see http://www.ebu.co.uk/membership
If you require any further clarification then please don’t hesitate to our Club Liaison Officer, Andrew Urbanski, by emailing email@example.com or calling 01296 317206.