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FIDE Trainers’ Seminar in Rijeka, Croatia

8th to 13th November 2010

1. Objective: To educate and certify Trainers and Chess-Teachers on an international basis. This FIDE Trainers Seminar for FIDE Trainer Titles Diploma is approved by FIDE and the FIDE Trainers Commission (TRG). The seminar is co-organised by the FIDE Trainers Commission (TRG), the Croatian Chess Federation and the Chess Club ‘Rijeka’.

2. Dates: 8th to 13th November 2010.

3. Location: Rijeka, Croatia (Chess Club ‘Rijeka’, Blaza Polica 2/2).

4. Participants – Qualification / Professional Skills Requirements:

FIDE/TRG will award the following titles, according to the approved TRG Guide:

1.2. Titles’ Descriptions / Requirements / Awards:

1.2.2. FIDE Trainer (FT)

1.2.2.1. Scope / Mission:
a. Boost international level players in achieving playing strengths of up to FIDE ELO rating 2450.
b. National examiner.

1.2.2.2. Qualification / Professional Skills Requirements:
a. Proof of National Trainer education and recommendation for participation by the National Federation.
b. Proof of at least 5 years activity as a Trainer.
c. Achieved a career top FIDE ELO rating of 2300 (strength).
d. TRG seminar Norm.

1.2.2.3. Title Award:
a. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.
b. By failing to achieve FST title (rejected application).

1.2.3. FIDE Instructor (FI)

1.2.3.1. Scope / Mission:
a. Raised the competitive standard of national youth players to an international level.
b. National examiner.
c. Trained players with rating below 2000.

1.2.3.2. Qualification / Professional Skills Requirements:
a. Proof of National Trainer education and recommendation for participation by the National Federation.
b. Proof of at least 2 years activity as a Trainer.
c. Achieved a career top FIDE or National ELO rating of 2000 (strength).
d. TRG seminar Norm.

1.2.3.3. Title Award:
a. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

1.2.4. National Instructor (NI)

1.2.4.1. Scope / Mission:
a. Raised the level of competitive chess players to a national level standard.
b. Instructed/trained players with rating up to 1700.
c. School teacher.

1.2.4.2. Qualification / Professional Skills Requirements:
a. Minimum two years experience as Developmental Instructor (level).
b. Achieved a career top FIDE or National ELO rating of 1700 (strength).
c. Trainees have minimum top-10 placing in recognized national level competitions.
d. TRG seminar Norm.

1.2.4.3. Title Award:
a. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

1.2.5. Developmental Instructor (DI)

1.2.5.1. Scope / Mission:
a. Spread the love for chess among children and methodically bring them to a competitive level.
b. Instructions for Beginners, Elementary, Intermediate and Recreational level players.
c. School teacher.

1.2.5.2. Qualification / Professional Skills Requirements:
a. Knows the FIDE Laws of Chess (Basic Rules of Play and Competition Rules).
b. Achieved a career top FIDE or National ELO rating of 1400 (strength).
c. TRG seminar Norm.

1.2.5.3. Title Award:
a. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

5. Number of Participants: Maximum of 40 Trainers based on first-come first-serve basis.

12. Lecturers: The program would be fulfilled by FST & GM Adrian Mikhalchishin (19 hours) and by FST & GM Georg Mohr (18 hours). The lectures were prepared by TRG members.

14. Information: Srdjan Zelenika (CC ‘Rijeka’ Secretary).
Address 51000 Rijeka (CRO), Blaza Polica 2/2 Phone + 385 91 528 2175
Fax + 385 51 322 628 E-mail info@eurorijeka2010.com

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