Documents and Policies

Please refer to the following documents for SCF’s policies and guidelines.

SCF Selection & Training Guidelines V3 (Effective 1 Apr 2023)

SCF Whistle Blowing Policy

SCF Fairplay Guidelines

SCF No-Abuse Policy

Safe Sport Policy
Response and Resolution Process
Reporting Concerns on Safe Sport Website
Safe Sport Commission Singapore Website

List of Approved SCF Members

List of Approved SCF Members

Arbiters Portal

SCF Arbiter Guidelines

SCF Arbiter FAQs and Application Procedures

List of Active SGP Arbiter

National Arbiter (NA) Norm Application Form

Candidate Arbiter (CA) Application Form

SCF Mailer Updates

All of SCF’s Monthly Letters to the Community will be listed here

FIDE Certified Trainers

FIDE Certified Trainers List (Singapore)

FIDE Guidelines:

1.2.2.  FIDE Trainer (FT)

1.2.2.1. Scope – Mission:

  1. Introducing the trainee to important aspects of chess, such as the concept of and preparation for competitive success.
  2. This is necessary for trainees who wish to reach a high level of play or seek competitive success in any form.

1.2.2.2. Qualification – Professional Skills Requirements:  

  1. According to the relative evaluation tables.

1.2.2.3. Title Award:

  1. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.
  2. Rejected applicants for the FST title but who achieve the necessary qualification for this title.

1.2.3. FIDE Instructor (FI)

1.2.3.1. Scope – Mission:

  1. Teach the trainee the theory of the middle game and the endgame. He will work closely with the trainee toward the creation of the trainee’s personalized opening repertoire, which he will also help enrich with new ideas.
  2. Raise the competitive standard of national youth players to an international level.

1.2.3.2. Qualification – Professional Skills Requirements: 

  1. According to the relative evaluation tables.

1.2.3.3. Title Award:

  1. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

1.2.4. National Instructor (NI)

1.2.4.1. Scope – Mission:

  1. Raising the level of competitive chess players to a national level standard.
  2. Training trainees with rating up to 1700.
  3. School teacher.

1.2.4.2. Qualification – Professional Skills Requirements:

  1. According to the relative evaluation tables.

1.2.4.3. Title Award:

  1. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

1.2.5. Developmental Instructor (DI)

1.2.5.1. Scope – Mission:

  1. Spread the love for chess among children and methodically bring them to a competitive level.
  2. Instructor for beginners, elementary, intermediate and recreational level players.
  3. School teacher.

1.2.5.2. Qualification – Professional Skills Requirements:

  1. According to the relative evaluation tables.

1.2.5.3. Title Award:

  1. By successful participation in a TRG Seminar.

Media Releases

All SCF official Press Conferences will be listed here

31 March 2022