Islamic Workshop For Teens (Closed)

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Course Description

A character and value based learning programme for 21st century young Muslims (13-18 years old) equipping them with the knowledge and tools to understand Islam and the world around them


Course Objectives

As young adults, it can be difficult to tackle all the challenges that the world throws when there are so many things going on. Added to that are the challenges of school or college. How do we make sure we navigate life from an Islamic perspective? Where do we go to learn about our religion and maintain our relationship with Allah? How can i become a better person and achieve bigger and better things.

This course has been developed to help you navigate the hurdles of life with the tools given to you by your faith. A fantastic, empowering learning opportunity in which you can discuss, contribute and even voice your opinions about issues that concern you.



Students may speak to class teachers for information on specific details regarding the exam format for each subject.

Course Features

  • Lectures 7
  • Quizzes 0
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Yes
  • The programme covers a wide range of topics and the core modules consist of 7

    • Lecture1.1
      Islamic Beliefs
    • Lecture1.2
    • Lecture1.3
      Tazkiyyah /Character Building
    • Lecture1.4
      Quran & Hadith
    • Lecture1.5
      Personal Development & Skills
    • Lecture1.6
      Islam & 21st Century Issues
    • Lecture1.7
      Arabic language

Start date: TBC

Class Day(s): Monday and Wednesday evening

Class Timings: 5.00 pm-6.30 pm



Single PaymentInstalment Plan


Additional Information

Students who pay in single payments are eligible for a 10% discount if fees are paid before the course start date.


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EIIS - Panel of InstructorsWhen there is more than 1 instructor, a panel of instructor will show up as Course Instructor. This means, one or more of the following listed or unlisted instructor may teach you the subject but are fully qualified in their relevant field and teach at EIIS.Ustadh Nasar IshfaqUstadh Nasar is a chartered Architect by profession, having undertaken his Islamic studies under various scholars, including: Ustadh Kifayatullah, Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah (Fiqh and Adab), Shaykh Kehlan al-Jubury (Tafsir, Ulum al-Tafsir, Aqidah, Fiqh, Hadith and Adab), Shaykh Anis (Tafsir and Fiqh), Shaykh Abu Islam (Arabic) and Shaykh Awadallah Yusuf (Tajwid), and Shaykh Akram Nadwi (Fiqh, Sirah and Tafsir).Shaykh BilalUstadh Bilal Brown accepted Islam in 1999 and went to study Arabic in the Arab world in 2004 where he became fluent within 6 months. He graduated from 4-year intensive course in Shari’ah studies at the Al-Dawli Institute of Arabic and Islamic Sciences in Damascus in 2012 in addition to studying privately with scholars in Damascus. He then furthered his studies in the Shafi’i jurisprudence, Arabic grammar and self-rectification. He has studied and taught several texts in the Hanafi and Shafi’i schools of law and marriage and divorce law in the Maliki School. He also has 2 years of experience tackling alcohol and drug addiction as well as several further years of experience working with and teaching young people. He also has certificates in childcare, IT, social science, and counselling. He currently teaches Arabic and Islamic sciences in Oldham, Rochdale, Manchester, and online in England in the UK as well as conducting chaplaincy, translation, and community work.Ustadh ShuaibUstadh Abu Sundus