90hrs taught classroom sessions delivered over 22 weeks
1-1 Mentorship & Counselling
Onsite and Online Drills with multiple teachers per course
50hrs of Pre-recorded support material & Coursebook worth
Creche Included to support young families worth £1100
Peace at home
Almost 10yrs ago, Moinul & Nasima left their careers and migrated to Egypt in search of full time studies in Arabic and Islamic knowledge. Their son Hamza travelled with them from Cairo to Madinah, Makkah to Fez & Rabat in Morocco in search of knowledge.
Explore the disciplines of Islam while benefitting from mentorship, companionship and a real sense of community. Build a powerful mindset that will help you build emotional maturity in a new vision for you and your loved ones. Seeking knowledge shouldn’t divide families, it should unite them. This is why family is at the centre of the educational experience at the Quran Institute.
Are you being held back? Lack of willpower and negative relationships have shackled us. It cannot be emphasised enough how much our friends, family and community limit our horizons and prevent us uncovering our God given potential. This course will teach you how to uncover positivity though thankfulness and forbearance mindsets to become a positive influence to yourself and others. Eventually, you will build a growth mindset that will leave you never looking back as you venture forward.
How build everlasting positive relationships with friends, family, spouse and children to gain the optimum experience of life through Islam.
Life skills that will help you discover balance from time management to dietary, sleep management from an islamic perspective.
How to engage with your personal fears, anxieties and traumas from a Quranic perspective. This will help. you build a growth mentality.
How to cultivate and nurture your child by learning how to retain the good from your childhood and discard what did not agree with Islam.
Develop marriage and pre-marriage relationship skills to build harmony
Understand the major themes of the Quran as a key to explore the hundreds of lessons we can take form each Surah.
How to engage with classical primer texts to engage with modern issues we face in our times from race, gender and roles in public and family life.
How to cultivate and nurture your child by learning how to retain the good from your experience and discard what did not agree with Islam.
Meaningful prayer and fasts to strengthen your connection with Allah (swa).
Become and independent learner by travelling "through letters to light" i.e from Tajwid to read, Arabic to comprehend, and Tafsir to contemplate and implement.
Explore knowledge with relatable scholars
Growth amidst a fast paced life
Muftiyah Nasima is a full-time mum of four. She holds a degree from Queen Mary University in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, her dissertation was on 'Clay and the Origins of Life'. She is also a qualified school teacher. After studying in Egypt and attaining Ijazaat on Islamic Scholarship (Alimiyyah) under the tutelage of Shaykh Akram Nadwi, she established The Quran Institute. She also attained ijazaat from Makkah, Madinah, Fez & Rabat. She is currently doing further studies in Jarh & Ta’deel and advanced studies in Women’s fiqh and working on her book on a spiritual guide to pregnancy and childbirth.
Mufti Moinul is a tafsir instructor at the The Quran Institute. He is a qualified as a Mufti (jurisconsult) from Darul Ilm UK and is now working as a pastoral counsellor for Al-Madad Outreach helping muslim couples. Before this, he was awarded his Alimiyyah Qualification under the tutelage of Sheikh Akram Nadwi at the Al-Salaam Institute which is authorised by Dar Al-Uloom Nadwatu Al-Ulama, Lucknow, India. He is currently rolling out several community projects from a Women’s Centre to a Mental Health listening line.
This is what will be covered in the program in delicious detail
Almost 10yrs ago, Moinul Abu Hamza and Nasima Umm Hamza left their careers and migrated to Egypt in search of full time studies in Arabic and Islamic knowledge. Their son Hamza travelled with them from Cairo to Madinah, Makkah to Fez & Rabat in Morocco in search of knowledge.
In that time they were blessed with the tawfeeq to maintain themselves, extended family, and attained several ijazaat and several degrees while being active in the dawah in the community. The question isn’t just "what did they study" but rather it's, "how did they do it as a family". This and more will be taught from their lived experience to you and your family.
Seeking knowledge shouldn’t divide families, it should unite them, this is why family is at the centre of this educational experience.
Anyone with a basic understanding of websites
Should have a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or a mobile device
Should have access to internet via WiFi or Mobile data
Should allow access to the computer to download files