Wednesday, May 25, 2011

FIDE ARBITER'S SEMINAR - 2 more days to closing

The closing date to register for the FIDE Arbiter's Seminar will be 15th June 2011 - 2 days from today. To date, the organizer have received applications from all around the country with participants from Sarawak, Sabah, Penang, Pahang, Johor and Perak confirming their participation.

The entry fees to participate in the event is USD150 but those who registered through their State Association will be entitled to receive a 20% discount. An additional charge of RM20 per day will be added for lunch, breakfast and tea to be served at the seminar's venue for participants conveniences.

The venue for the seminar has been confirmed by MCF and it will be at the Seminar Room of Restaurant Warisan located next to Dataran Merdeka right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Once registered, participants for the seminar will receive lecture materials including the finalized schedule from 29th June to 4th July for their references and perusals.

For those who would like to learn more about the seminar, please contact Najib Wahab at +60163382542 or email

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