Welcome to our Website:
The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA) is the professional subject association for everyone interested in the teaching and study of Economics, Business and Enterprise.
As a registered charity the association seeks to:
- provide members with professional support
- promote the teaching of Economics, Business Studies and Enterprise
- encourage curriculum development in these subjects
MAJOR BENEFITS OF EBEA MEMBERSHIP:
- the members only section of this site has significant content of current and archived support material which is always being added to;
- the EBEA magazine ‘Teaching Business and Economics’ published three times a year;
- the EBEA newsletter;
- representation at Ofsted and DfE and on occasions where educational matters are debated at national level. See our Advocacy Section:
Benefits for experienced teachers:
- active membership of a subject association is a source of evidence of knowledge and understanding for the gaining the next grade on the pay scale;
- membership provides a unique opportunity to manage your continuing professional development;
- membership provides an opportunity to influence the future of the subject and get actively involved in the production of materials:
Benefits for trainees and new teachers:
- access to high quality materials to support the development of teaching skills;
- a structured programme of support for beginner teachers;
- opportunities to attend and listen to webinars with representatives from Ofsted and exam boards etc:
Whether you are studying, supporting teachers or trainees or teaching Economics, Business Studies or Enterprise we hope you will consider joining the EBEA. Our membership year runs from 1 September to 31 August. We will remind you during the summer by email or letter.
DON’T FORGET TOO! You can claim tax relief on your membership subscriptions?
If you complete a self-assessment tax return, just include your subscription details on your form. If you don’t do a tax return, all it takes is a phone call to HMRC or complete a form P87 and send to HMRC.