Join Sister Nazmina for Module 5 of the ICRA Advanced Course this weekend!
Last few spaces remaining on this online interactive advanced course on Islamic Sciences, designed to feed your academic appetite!
This weekend's course on Hadith will be delivered by Sister Nazmina Dhanji. Sister Nazmina has studied translation, Qur’an and Hadith studies, Islamic texts, post-Ottoman History of the Middle East, and Persian at SOAS, London. She pursued further studies in Arabic at Damascus University, and further Islamic studies at Jaami’at al-Zahra in Qum.⠀
Each course module is made up of three lectures which will take place between 8pm-9pm GMT from Friday to Sunday, on successive weekends.
LAST CHANCE: Registrations for Module 5 close at 4pm GMT SHARP on Friday, 19th February 2021.
Dernières places restantes sur ce cours avancé interactif en ligne sur les sciences islamiques, conçu pour nourrir votre appétit académique!
Le cours de ce week-end sur Hadith sera dispensé par Sœur Nazmina Dhanji. Soeur Nazmina a étudié la traduction, les études du Coran et des hadiths, les textes islamiques, l’histoire post-ottomane du Moyen-Orient et le persan à SOAS, Londres. Elle a poursuivi des études d’arabe à l’université de Damas et des études islamiques à Jaami’at al-Zahra à Qum.
Chaque module de cours est composé de trois conférences qui auront lieu entre 20h00 et 21h00 GMT du vendredi au dimanche, les week-ends successifs.
DERNIÈRE CHANCE: Les inscriptions pour le module 5 se clôturent à 16h GMT le vendredi 19 février 2021.
Last chance to register for the Online Adult Mental Health First Aid Workshop
What is Mental Health First Aid?
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. MHFA England values this course at £300 per person, however CoEJ is happy to offer this at a heavily subsidised rate.
What will I learn? The Two-Day Adult MHFA, split into four sessions, is a practical skills and awareness course designed to help you:
Identify, understand and help someone experiencing a mental health issue
Recognise warning signs of mental ill health, and develop the skills and confidence to approach and support someone
Empower someone to access the support they need for recovery or successful management of symptoms
Understand how to support positive wellbeing and tackle stigma in the world around you
For more details on this course and to book please click here.
LAST FEW SPACES LEFT!
SAVE THE DATE
for the Khoja Heritage Festival 2021!
Save the date for the event you've been waiting for! The Khoja Heritage Festival is going virtual this year and will have Children's speeches in Gujarati, a Quiz, an Exhibition and much more. Exciting prizes to be won - make sure to block your calendar! ⠀
Applications for the Children's Gujarati Speech Competition will open next week. Stay tuned for more details!
Gujarati Building Mental Resilience Workshop
CoEJ held the first ever Gujrati Building Mental Resilience Workshop on Saturday 13 February 2021. Thank you to all our lovely participants and our facilitators, Sister Zeinab and Brother Afzal!
Unlock Marriage Potential: Day 1
Day one of the Unlock Marriage Potential Workshop was On Sunday 14 February. The course was attended by 7 couples including the President of CoEJ and his wife!
Feedback on Module 4
History (Shia History)
Module 4 of the ICRA Course on History (Shia History) that took place last weekend was overbooked, and extremely interesting and informative!⠀
Thank you to our 35 wonderful participants, and especially to Sheikh Kumail Rajani for delivering an amazing and captivating course!
Participants were asked what the most valuable and enjoyable aspects of the Shia History module were.
Some of the responses received from participants included:
"This was by far the most engaging and informative session I’ve joined for a very long time. The timeline and different perspectives were perfectly explained with time for the very useful discussion at the end of each session."
"Innovative, breadth and depth of content, excellent presentation material, insightful, balanced, questions well answered, classifications very helpful, enjoyed contextualisation and geography and chronology."
"It was challenging and thought provoking. The history was not as clear cut as I thought It would be and also brought to the light the dynamism and vibrancy of the early years of the Shia school of thought."
The next module is Hadith delivered by Sister Nazmina Dhanji and will take place from 19 February to 21 February 2021.Click hereto find out more and sign up.
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