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Adrian Mikhalchishin GM FST Efstratios Grivas GM FST IA IO Uwe Boensch GM FST Michael Khodarkovsky FST Jovan Petronic IM FST

Chairman
Adrian
MIKHALCHISHIN

Secretary
Efstratios
GRIVAS

Councillor
Uwe
BOENSCH

Councillor
Michael
KHODARKOVSKY

Councillor
Jovan
PETRONIC

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FIDE - TRG Regulations (approved by FIDE PB - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 2014):

FIDE - TRG Regulations

 

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Main

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Main

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 1

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 1

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 2-a

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 2-a

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 2-b

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 2-b

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 3

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 3

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 4

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 4

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 5

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 5

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 6

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 6

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 7

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 7

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 8

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 8

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FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 9

FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 9



FIDE - TRG All Seminar Guide
(approved by FIDE PB - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 2014):

1 April 2014: All in One (click to download)

AiO contents:
TRG_Regulations_2014_contents
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FIDE Handbook (B. Permanent Commissions):

07. Regulations for the Titles of Trainers

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Announcements:

2010.07.07 FIDE TRG Syllabus

Foreword by FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov

FIDE President

Chess has existed as a sport played at a competitive level for centuries. The common code governing the Laws of Chess is relatively recent and the foundation of Fédération Internationale des Échecs (FIDE) in Paris in 1924 even more modern. FIDE currently has 170 member federations in all continents. Titles for players were introduced by FIDE in 1950 and titles for Arbiters and Organisers followed. Now we are moving to a new phase with titles for Trainers.

Chess is on the increase in schools across the world. It is part of the mainstream curriculum in many countries. It is a goal of FIDE to make chess an educational tool and generate worldwide popularity for the game. Examples of the many educational advantages of chess are: shows the need to make people realise the importance of advance planning; develops analytic and accurate thinking; shows the necessity for a combative spirit; teaches fair play and emphasises the need for preparation and hard work for success. However, with the increasing population of chess players comes the need for trainers to assist with their development.

This book is a comprehensive manual for trainers. It fulfils a considerable need in modern chess literature, concentrating on the technical side of the game but also covering such topics as physical and psychological factors. The best trainers have contributed to the book, which is an essential tool in the preparation of trainers at all levels for the future. It will ensure that the next generation of players will be at a great advantage over those that have gone before.

FIDE TRG Syllabus - Front Cover FIDE TRG Syllabus - Full Cover

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Archives:

FIDE - TRG Regulations
(approved by FIDE GA - Tallinn, Estonia 2013, not in effect since FIDE GA - Tallinn, Estonia 2013):

2011.12.14 01-FTS-Seminar Guide 2012 (doc)
2013.03.01 02-FIDE Trainers' System Guide 2013 (pdf) approved by FIDE PB 2013/1
2012.12.25 03-FTS-Draft 2013-Info (doc)
2012.12.25 04-FTS-Draft 2013-Application (doc)
2012.12.25 05-FTS-Draft 2013-Prospectus 15 (doc)
2011.12.14 05-FTS-Draft 2012-Prospectus 30 (doc)
2012.12.25 06-FIDE TRG Syllabus-Full Cover (jpg)
2013.03.01 07-FTS-Draft 2013-ID Card (doc)
2012.12.25 08-FTS-Draft 2013-Participants List (doc)
2012.12.25 09-FTS-Draft 2013-Certificate (doc)
2012.12.25 10-FTS-Draft 2013-Results Letter (doc)
2012.12.25 11-FTS-Draft 2013-Invoice (xls)
2012.12.25 12-FTS-Draft 2013-Certificate (doc)
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Archives:

FIDE Senior Trainer (FST) Application Form (OLD
, not in effect since FIDE GA - Tallinn, Estonia 2013):

2012.09.09 FIDE Senior Trainer (FST) Application Form (rtf)

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Archives:

FIDE - TRG Regulations
(approved by FIDE GA - Tallinn, Estonia 2013, not in effect since FIDE PB - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 2014):

2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Main (pdf doc)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Prospectus (pdf doc) (sample, with Evaluation Tables)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Results (pdf doc) (sample)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Certificate (pdf doc) (sample)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 1 (pdf doc) (Council, Members/Advisors, Technical/Editorial 2011-2014)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 2 (pdf doc) (FIDE Senior Trainer (FST) Title Application)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 3 (pdf doc) (FIDE - TRG Seminar Application)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 4 (pdf doc) (Nominated FIDE Lecturers / Seminar Leaders)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 5 (pdf doc) (Results Excel Table Submission Guide for Lecturer(s))
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 6 (pdf xls) (Info columns)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 7 (pdf doc) (Participant’s ID-Card)
2013.10.18 FIDE - TRG Regulations - Appendix 8 (pdf doc) (FIDE Academy Application)
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