ECU FIDE International Organisers Webinar in cooperation with FIDE Events Commission and FIDE WOM.

European Chess Union organise the ECU FIDE International Organizers Webinar, in period from 27th-30th July, in cooperation with FIDE Events Commission, FIDE Women’s Commission. The Webinar is co-funded by FIDE Development Fund.

The Webinar features up to 60 participants seats:

20 female participants from European federations member supported by FIDE DEV fund 

  • 10 participants from European Small Nations (Zone 1.10) member supported by FIDE DEV fund. 
  • 20 female participants from European federations member supported by FIDE DEV fund 
  • 10 participants from European Small Nations (Zone 1.10) member supported by FIDE DEV fund. 
  • 30 particants from each FIDE Chess Federation member with 50 euros entry fee. 

Registrations can be done online through the following link and the registration deadline is 24th of July 2020.

2.    Schedule:

  • Monday,   27th     July    17:00  to    21:00  Seminar   (Part 1)    CEST  1700
  • Tuesday,  28th     July    17:00  to    21:00  Seminar   (Part 2)    CEST  1700
  • Wednesday, 29th July    17:00 to     21:00 Seminar   ( Part 3)    CEST  1700

In case a participant cannot follow a live lecture, the sessions will be available (with access code)

and after the end of each part in video recorded mode.

  • Thursday, 30sth    July    Any time available – up to 2h Examination test

The event will be held in English language and the lecturers will be:

  • IO Ozgur Solakoglou
  • IO Theodoros Tsorbatzoglou
  • Chairperson of FIDE Women’s Commission Eva Repkova
  • The Technical organizer: IO Mikhail Prevenios:  mprevenios@gmail.com

Topics of the Webinar:

  • Regulations FIDE Events  (General Regulations, Specific Regulations, Bid Procedure) 
  • Events’ Management  
  • Ratings and Titles – Tournament Conditions
  • Titles applications and Tournament experience  
  • Organisation of Online Events (Additional subject on Wednesday 29th of July)

Successful Seminar attendees will grant a FIDE IO Norm necessary for the FIDE IO title application. IO Titles Regulations can be found in FIDE Handbook:  https://www.fide.com/fide/handbook .