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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

1st Internet based FIDE Seminar for International Organisers

FIDE Events Commission is holding the 1st Internet based FIDE Seminar for International Organisers on 4-7th March, 2013.

1. Participation:

Up to 30 participants (by priority) from all Continents. Min.15 participants. Deadline for registrations February 28th, 2013.


2. Schedule:

Monday, 4th March 17:00 to 21:00 Seminar (Part 1) Standard Time Zone: GMT/UTC + 02:00 hour
Tuesday, 5th March 17:00 to 21:00 Seminar (Part 2) Standard Time Zone: GMT/UTC + 02:00 hour
Wednesday, 6th March 17:00 to 21:00 Seminar (Part 3) Standard Time Zone: GMT/UTC + 02:00 hour


If a participant cannot follow a live lecture the sessions will be available with access code after the end of each part in video recorded mode.

Thursday 7th March Any time available – up to 2h Examination test

3. Seminar Topics:

Regulations Events Commission (General Regulations, Events Regulations, Bid Procedure)
Events’ Management


Ratings and Titles – Tournament Conditions


4. Costs/Fees:

Seminar fee: 60 €. The fee should be paid in FIDE Bank Account free of bank charges.

Bank: UBS Bank – Address: Case Postale, 1002 Lausanne, Switzerland
Bank Code: UBSWCHZH80A
Euro Account Number: 243-342087.63Y
IBAN: CH540024324334208763Y
Account Name: Federation Internationale Des Echecs

After the payment please send the scanned copy-receipt by email.

5. Lecturers:

The lecturer will be IO Theodoros Tsorbatzoglou
The Technical Organizer will be IA Mikhail Prevenios


6. Language:

The seminar will be held in English language


7. Information – Registrations:

Technical Organizer: Mikhail Prevenios
FIDE Events Commission: Theodoros Tsorbatzoglou


8. International Organizers Titles Regulations

Successful Seminar attendees will be granted a FIDE IO Norm necessary for the FIDE IO title application.


IO Titles Regulations here


Previous IO Seminars were held in Moscow, Gladenbach, Istanbul and Maribor.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What are the benefits of having the IO title? I am aware of the cons.