The Az Zahra Association supported by The World Federation, and headed by Sister Zaveeni Jalill and her husband, aims to spread the message of the Ahlul Bayt (a) by implementing educational, social, welfare and charitable projects based on Islamic principles in economically depressed areas of Sri Lanka.
Learn about all the incredible training which took place between MCE and Madaris teachers this month!
Training: Online Tarbiyah Train the Trainer (TTT)
Date: 7th November 2020
Every academic year, madaris recruits new teachers that need to be trained on how to teach the Tarbiyah curriculum. Since the training can no longer take place face to face, MCE has developed an online version of the training which incorporates virtual teaching techniques.
In order to be able to reach all the new teachers across the regions in a timely fashion, MCE partners with the regions to train trainers to facilitate these training programmes. The training that took place on the 7th of November was to train 11 CoEJ trainers to be able to train any new teachers in their region.
It took place virtually over zoom and was facilitated by Br. Naushad Mehrali and Sr. Sajeeda Virani. The participants were very happy with the training and feel confident to be able to share it with the teachers in their region.
Training: Tarbiyah training
Date: 14th November 2020
Trainers from the MCE trained new teachers from three madaris in the UK: Hayderi Madrasah (South London), Imam Ali Madrasah (Kent) and Al- Zahra Madrasah in Southampton. A total of 22 teachers were trained to use the Tarbiyah curriculum by the facilitators Br. Naushad Mehrali and Sr. Sajeeda Virani.
Alhamdulillah, I thank Allah (SWT) for giving me the wonderful opportunity to have been part of the Bab and Madinah Summer Courses in Iran 2014.
Imam Ali (as) was the first of the twelve Imams and the youngest of the four sons of Abu Talib and Fatema binte Asad.