51st INTERNET based FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar Print
Friday, 05 May 2017 07:42

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(in English language)

The FIDE Arbiters’ Commission is going to organize an Internet Based FIDE Arbiters' Seminar, from 26 June to 1 July 2017, under the auspices of FIDE.

The Lecturer will be IA Takis Nikolopoulos (GRE), FIDE Arbiters’ Commission Chairman and FIDE Lecturer.

The Technical Organizer will be IA Mihail Prevenios (GRE), FIDE Lecturer.

The lectures will be in English language.

They will be at 18.00-22.00, Athens Time (GMT+3) daily and will include all the new laws of Chess, Swiss Rules, Titles and Ratings Regulations that have been approved in 2016 Baku FIDE Congress and the 2017 Athens FIDE presidential Board and will be in effect from 1 July 2017.

The Seminar will give FIDE Arbiter norms and titles, according to the Regulations for the titles of the Arbiters.

The participation fee will be 50 Euros and must be paid free of charges until three (3) days before the day of the start of the Seminar, by using the following ways:

(1) By depositing money in FIDE Account:

Bankers: UBS Bank
Address: Case Postale, 1002 Lausanne, Switzerland
Bank Code: UBSWCHZH80A
Euro Account Number 243-342087.63Y
IBAN CH54 0024 3243 3420 8763 Y
Account Name: Federation Internationale Des Echecs

(2) By credit card:

Credit Card
Internet Address: https://payment.fide.com/payment.phtml 
Holder Name: Federation Internationale Des Echecs
Instructions: Choose enter payment manually at the top and write the reason of payment
(Arbiters’ Seminar)

(3) By PayPal:

Internet Address: www.paypal.com 
Holder Name: Federation Internationale Des Echecs
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Maximum number of participants will be 40, with priority to be given to IA, FA and then Arbiters of National Level.
For participation please fill the on-line form you will find in the link:

Application Form

IA Takis Nikolopoulos
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

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