Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Chess Classes for Beginners - Term Starting 24th September...

The Dato’ Arthur Tan Chess Center (DATCC) will start its new chess class term for Beginners Level starting from Saturday, 24th September. The class is open to interested individuals of any age who have just started to learn playing chess, or would like to learn more about the game. Ten (10) classes will be conducted once weekly on every Saturday from 10:00am to 12:00noon with breaks for Deepavali, Raya Haji and Maal Hijrah celebration

For effective learning, each class is limited only to 8 students but with good response, additional classes can be organized either on the same day or on Sunday, as and when needed.

The fee for an entire term of ten (10) classes is RM 400. Students unable to commit to all sessions or who prefer to attend the classes on a casual week-to-week basis will be charged RM 60 per session 

Schedule and topic for each class as follows:



1 comment:

  1. Well done friend. Keep up the good work.

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