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 way, we organise 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 our Calendar of Events .
We also run the Online Study Group  which provides a focused way of studying.
Teaching activities are organised by our Player Development Committee .
We encourage all players to be active in teaching others to play and get stronger. We have advice on teaching both adults and children  (PDF).
Here is a link to David Ward's Top Ten Tips  for improving your strength (this is a PowerPoint presentation).