COMPETITION ON THE TRAINING OF ARBITERS IN KYZYLORDA HAS COMPLETED

The competition for free training and advanced training of national arbitrators in Kyzylorda was completed, according to the results of which 7 winners were determined.

They were:
Yurkov Pavel Sergeevich – Nur-Sultan
Dauletov Bekzat Karynbekovich – Shymkent
Maksimenko Pavel Pavlovich – Karaganda
Erezhepov Nurdos Oskelenovich – Kasymov
Kasymov Timur Ravilievich – Kyzylorda
Telzhanova Aigul Semeihanovna – Kokshetau
Mengali Olzhas Kozhamzharuly – Almaty

Additional participation in the seminar can take:
Makhanbetov Usen Saylaubekovich – Kyzylorda
Kim Alexander Sek-Sunovich – Kyzylorda
Kembaev Bakhtiyar Tynyshbekuly – Almaty

We also inform that the reception of applications for the passage of seminars in the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty continues, the results of which will reveal 7 more winners.

Applications for participation must be submitted to the office@kazchess.kz by the following deadline:

– until 3 June for passing Nur-Sultan seminars
— until 1 August for passing seminars in Almaty.

We remind that the training consists of 2 stages. According to the results of the selection in the first stage, 21 people will pass, who will be seconded to the seminars at the expense of the Kazakhstan Chess Federation. Another 24 people can take part in seminars on an additional basis at their own expense.

To enter the first stage of training, you must provide:
– Application (download the form);
– Essay on the topic “The role of the professional arbiter in the development of chess sports in Kazakhstan;”
– A copy of the passport or identity card.

According ti the results of the first stage (in case of successful completion of the seminars), participants who do not have a license will receive licenses of national FIDE arbitrators, as well as unique keys to the Swiss Manager program.

Seminars will be held in three cities of the republic: Nur-Sultan, Almaty and Kyzylorda.

The seminar in Kyzylorda will take place from 20 (day of arrival) to 24 May (day of departure), the seminar in Nur-Sultan will be timed to the first stage of the RK Cup among men and women, and the seminar in Almaty – to the second stage of the RK Cup among men and women.

Three best arbitrators from twenty-one participants of the first stage take place in

the second stage (seminar of the FIDE Arbitrators), the results of which will give a license and the title of FIDE arbiter.

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Program clause
 Application to program clause