FIDE Trainer Seminars in August & November 2009 Print
Monday, 27 July 2009 07:14
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The FIDE Trainers' Commission is pleased to announce two FIDE Trainer Seminars to be held in Magglingen, Switzerland from 7-12 August 2009, and in Antalya, Turkey from 13-20 November 2009 at the time of the World Youth Championships!

Switzerland

The FIDE Trainer Academy in Berlin under the guidance of Uwe Boensch and the Swiss Chess Federation (SBB) will execute the seminar for prospectively FIDE-Instructor in Magglingen. 

Participants will be teached by PH Dr Habil Marion Kauke in psychology and pedagogics, by GM Adrian Mikhalchishin in opening problems, by GM Uwe Boensch in middle game questions and IM Michael Richter will explain how to use Chessbase in training.

The seminar will be concluded by an examination realised by GM Uwe Boensch and GM Adrian Mikhalchishin. The participants will obtain the official title FIDE-Instructor. 

Click here to download TRG Switzerland Seminar 2009 Program

Turkey

The FIDE Trainer / Instructor Seminar in Antayla, Turkey  will be conducted by FST & GM Adrian Mikhalchishin (17 hours) and by FST & GM Efstratios Grivas (17 hours).

The lectures were prepared by the two FSTs & GMs and the course plan is as follows:



Day 1

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

19:00-19:45

Welcome Speech - Analyses of the Course

Middlegame & Endgame Theory

Getting to Know Ourselves - Trainer - Ranking

Endgame Golden Rules - Pawn Endings

Day 2

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

15:00-15:45

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

Queen Endings

Rook Endings

The Role of Classics

Trainers' Common Mistakes

Day 3

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

15:00-15:45

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

Bishop Endings

Knight Endings

Working with Classical Games

Basic / Typical Plans

Day 4

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

10:00-10:45

11:00-11:45

12:00-12:45

13:00-13:45

Doubled Pawns - Backward Pawn - Hanging Pawns

Pawn Majority - Pawn Minority

Attacking the King

Mixed Endings

Day 5

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

19:00-19:45

20:00-20:45

Outpost - Open File - Semi-Open File

Bishop vs Knight - Knight vs Bishop

Most Important Tactical Elements

Principles of Opening Play - Building a Repertoire

Day 6

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

15:00-15:45

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

Physical and Psychological Factors

Literature - Opening Preparation - Why do we Lose

Technique of Analysis

The Role of Prophylactic Thinking

Day 7

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

15:00-15:45

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

The Exchange Sacrifice

The Positional Sacrifice

The Isolated Pawn

The Bishop-Pair

Day 8

Grivas

Grivas

Mikhal

Mikhal

Grivas

Mikhal

15:00-15:45

16:00-16:45

17:00-17:45

18:00-18:45

19:00-19:45

20:00-20:45

The Passed Pawn

Won Positions - Lost Positions

Combinations and the Role of Calculation

Thinking Process - Elements of Evaluation

Written Examinations

Written Examinations

Click here to download TRG Antalya Turkey Seminar 2009 Program

 
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