The Municipality started the second intermediate level chess training course “Córdoba, the city thinks” free of charge, an initiative that seeks to promote chess as an educational, social and inclusive tool, which covers all ages and all educational levels.

The course began with 150 registrants and is designed to train trainers who can multiply the practice of the game in different areas of the city of Córdoba: CPC, neighborhood centers, popular libraries, Educational Parks, municipal sports centers, among others.

For those interested, there is still time to join the classes that are taught on Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the zoom platform and for which you need to have basic knowledge of chess.

Training is provided virtually by two prominent local chess leaders. The international master Guillermo Soppe, twice Argentine champion and multiple Olympic representative, and Juan Carlos Carranza, a journalist specializing in chess and one of the most important disseminators of the science game in Córdoba.

To sign up, you must have a Vecino Digital (VeDi) user by entering the page of the Municipality of Córdoba, going to Vecino Digital (VeDi) and creating an account. Then, and without leaving the portal, they must click on “Services” and select INFOSSEP. There you will find all the educational offer that is offered and you will be able to select the required course.

For inquiries or more information, call 433-6007 or via email to [email protected]