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DIVISION TRAINING OF TRAINERS FOR CHESS

A. TITLE OF THE TRAINING: Capacity Building on Officiating and Arbitership in Chess

B. TARGET PARTICIPANTS AND NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Chess Coaches and Trainers of Public
Elementary and Secondary Schools in the Division of san Pablo City, 18 participants

C. PROPOSED DATE AND VENUE: June 24-25, 2017, San Pablo Central School

D. FUNDING SOURCE: DepEd-Division of San Pablo City

E. PROPOSED BUDGET:

F. REGISTRATION FEE: None

G. PROPONENT: DepEd-San Pablo City

H. RATIONALE:

Global studies have shown that CHESS is a game that improves individual organizational and
analytical skills. Children when exposed to this game at an early age achieve academically better or
even faster than those who have not been engaged in the said game. It builds memory skills,
concentration, self-confidence, self-esteem and in making disciplined decision

Arbiters are critical in planning, running a chess tournament, and decision making. The
Arbiters are the connecting link between the organizer and the players of a tournament. They have not
only to control the games, but also to ensure the best conditions, for the players not to be disturbed
and will be able to play without any problem. So they have to take care about the playing area, the
equipment, the environment and the whole playing venue. Finally they have to avoid any cheating by
the players

I. OBJECTIVES

The participants should be able to. . .

1. understand the basic rules of chess

2. determine the roles and duties of an arbiter in a chess tournament

3. identify the competition rules during and after the game or tournament

4. realize the importance of pairings and tie break systems in a chess tournament

5. demonstrate/apply the roles of an arbiter in a mock chess game or tournament

6. craft action plan for chess program by school/district

J. TRAINING CONTENT and METHODOLOGIES: -see attached training matrix-

K. EXPECTED OUTPUTS:

Action Plan on implementation of Chess Program by school/district based on DepEd Memo No. 1, s.
2009
L. List of Management Staff with Corresponding Committee

List of Trainers

NAME OF TRAINER/S RELEVANT QUALIFICATION TOPIC ASSIGNMENT

1. MELVIN A. ALMARIO 1. Region IV-A Accredited 1. Basic Rules of Chess


2. The Roles and Duties
Arbiter of an Arbiter in a
Chess tournament
2. Chess Arbiters Union of
3. Competition Rules in
the Philippines (CAUP) a Tournament
4. The Swiss Manager
accredited Arbiter 5. Mock Chess
Tournament

List of Facilitator(s)

NAME OF FACILITATOR(S) RELEVANT QUALIFICATION

1. JOSEPH BRIAN BINAS-O 1. Region IV-A Accredited Arbiter

M. RESOURCE PACKAGE/S

DepEd Memo No. 1, s. 2009

Chess Arbiters Manual 2016

Chess Mat

Chess Clock

Laptop and Projector

PowerPoint Presentation.
Capacity Building on Officiating and Arbitership in Chess
Training Matrix

Training Period: June 24 - 25, 2017


Venue: San Pablo Central School
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Day 1
Time Activities
7:30 8:00 Registration
8:00 8:30 Opening Program
8:30 10:00 Basic Rules of Chess
10:30 12:00 The Roles and Duties of an Arbiter
in a Chess tournament
1:00 5:00 Competition Rules in a Tournament

Day 2
Time Activities
8:00 12:00 The Swiss Manager
1:00 3:00 Mock Chess Tournament
3:00 4:00 Crafting of Action Plan for Chess Program by
School/District
4:00 5:00 Closing Program

Prepared by :

MELVIN A. ALMARIO
Principal I
Sta. Ana ES