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FIDE Seminar for International Organizers in Sochi, Russia

The Russian Chess Federation and FIDE Events’ Commission (EVE) will hold a Seminar for International Organizers in Sochi, Russia, from 4-6th December. The seminar is co-organized during the World School Championships 2016.

World Schools Chess Championship 2016

Subject: This seminar will be held at Sochi, Grand Hotel Zhemchuzhina (3, Tchernomorskaya st, Sochi 354002, Russian Federation) from December 04 – 06, 2016. Successful Seminar attendees will grant a FIDE IO Norm necessary for the FIDE IO title application. Detailed IO Titles Regulations here.

Schedule:
Sunday 4th December 16:00 to 20:00 (msk) Seminar (Part 1)
Monday, 5th December 16:00 to 20:00 (msk) Seminar (Part 2)
Tuesday, 6th December 16:00 to 20:00 (msk) Seminar (Part 3 – Exams)

Venue: Grand Hotel Zhemchuzhina (3, Tchernomorskaya Str, Sochi 354002, Russian Federation)

Accommodation:
Grand Hotel Zhemchuzhina
Double room “Standard” – 3700 rubles per room, Single room ” Standard” – 5000 rubles per room.
Applications for accommodation are accepted until December 01, 2016 on the E-mail: iscu@mail.ru

Seminar Topics:
Regulations Events Commission (Mission, Members, Events Regulations, Bid Procedure) Ratings and Titles, Events’ Management

Seminar Fee: 3000 rubles

Number of participants: maximum 20

Lecturer:
Alexander Kostyev, IO
President of the International School Chess Union

Assistant lecturer:
Alexander Tkachev, IA, IO
The Deputy of the Executive Director of RCF,
Titles Administrator RCF

Language: The seminar will be held in Russian (translation into English).

Information/Registration:
E-mail: iscu@mail.ru
tel: +7 903 796 41 76
Russian Chess Federation: www.ruschess.ru

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