ECU Arbiters Council firmly believes that refreshing courses and workshops are very important for the quality of the arbiters. For that reason we would like to built a system of nominations for ECU events based on qualifications of arbiters, evaluations of their work and with some preferences for those who are attending courses.
Development FA and IO Seminars in Trieste
The European Chess Union, with the cooperation of the Italian Arbiters’ Commission on behalf of Italian Chess Federation and the FIDE Development Commission, organises a multiple-field training event specially dedicated to female participants, from 1st-7th September in the city of Trieste, Italy.
The objective of the event is to develop women’s activity in Chess as per the priorities set by the European Chess Union for the available FIDE Development Fund for Europe.
Hence, the European Chess Union hosts two Seminars: FA Seminar and IO Seminar to be held concurrently with the Trieste International Chess Festival that runs on September 01-08, 2019, in the City of Trieste, with special provisions for 40 places for female participants funded through the program. For those 40 places, will be covered full board accommodation and FIDE exam fee. Both Seminars will be held in the English language.
Online Video Workshop during the EWICC 2019 in Antalya
During the Women Individual Chess Championship in Antalya (April 2019, Turkey) the ECU Arbiters’ Council organized an online video workshop for all the arbiters of the tournament, together with all arbiters who were interested.
Lecturer of the workshop was IA Tomasz Delega, Chairman of the ECU Arbiters’ Council.
The following topics were discussed: the functioning and the working plan of the ECU Arbiters’ Council; the New Rules of Chess valid from July 1st 2019; discussion on anti-cheating and anti-cheating measures.
Refreshing course in Skopje
ECU Arbiters refreshing course took place on 26th and 27th of March in Skopje.
The course was held simultaneously with European Individual Chess
Championship 2019 and the lecturer was the chairman of the ECU Arbiters Council, Mr. Tomasz Delega.
Participants discussed and were informed about the activities of ECU Arbiters Council, Tie-break system of the events, General Regulations for Competitions 2019. They have also watched case studies from chess
tournaments and spoke about anti-cheating measures which are being applied and developed.