On becoming a chess coach....
This fall I officially became a chess coach. Part-time. I think this will lead to some fun and lots of self-discovery. My junior charge still drops too much material but he's looking forward to getting his first Chess Federation of Canada rating.
My plan is to attend a future FIDE trainer's seminar and score one of the titles available. I have a humble FIDE rating, I speak three languages, hold a B.Sc. degree but I'm still working on publishing my first eBook of original chess lessons. Getting published is important.
I wonder if anyone on chess.com has advice for new chess coaches.
See you online.
Picture: NCMVas second from left, Port Coquitlam Chess Club team, Vancouver Rapid Chess League, round 1, September 2016.