Upcoming Courses

Teen Deen

Teen Deen

High Schoolers Workshop

Sundays for 7 weeks
Starts 6th February  2022
Ends 20th March 2022
9.15am to 11am
Age: 14 until 18 years (males and Females)
Onsite class

The course aims to instill an understanding of a Muslim’s role in society whilst developing their self-confidence and self-esteem in relation to the Qur’an and sunnah.

The course includes therapeutic art activities, aims, and roles that each individual plays in the community.

Objectives:

  • Understanding what it means it means to be Muslim and building our relationship with our Creator
  • Understand how to rewire their thinking and what impacts it
  • Understanding the locus of control and how their actions influence everyone around them
  • Learn practical tools on developing good habits
  • Learn how to gain clarity on who they are and what needs to change
  • Understand how to develop good relationships by becoming active listeners and improve their communication
  • Understanding the influences of a positive environment

Outline:

 

  1. Being Muslim and our personal identity
    • Discussion on who we are, and how we define ourselves
    • Being human in relation to being Muslim
    • Discussion on the self and why it is important
    • Workshop: Definition of a Muslim
    • Daily Intention and gratitude

 

  1. The Muslim and his Creator:
    • Our relationship with our Creator and tawhid
    • Building our relationship with our Creator
    • Workshop: What is our purpose in life – finding our spiritual treasure

 

  1. Breaking through and creating change
    • Our fears (what holds us back)
    • How our beliefs impact on our lives (activity: picture perfect)
    • Understanding the role of our thoughts (our conscious and subconscious mind)
    • Art activity (homework) – changing your perspective

 

  1. Implementing Positive Change
    • Breaking Habits
    • Implementing new habits
    • Assessing our attitude towards making changes
    • Creating a plan (schedule)

 

  1. Man’s Responsibility: Our role and importance
    • Being an Influencer (what does it mean and the locus of control
    • Taking responsibility
    • What is our role in society
    • Workshop: How do we use our key strengths to contribute to society

 

  1. Man’s Responsibility: His duty towards others/ his social role
    • Us, our family and friends
    • Discussion: how we view ourselves in others lives and how they view us
    • Communication tools

 

  1. Al- Qur’an: its authenticity (its miracles)
    • Discussion: Science in the Qur’an
    • Activity:  Choose one aspect of nature you like and see if you can find it in the Qur’an
    • Workshop: What makes the Qur’an profound
    • Our guiding principles
    • Accessing what they are and why we need them
    • Workshop: as teens do we need the Qur’an and why
    • Activity: Take any verse and see what it means to you

 

  1. Al- Qur’an and Shari’ah
    • Why there are boundaries
    • Importance of boundaries and extent of our limitations
    • Do we need boundaries?
    • Activity: Islamic Art
    • Can we be all that we can be with boundaries?
    • Discussion: If you ruled the world, what laws would you incorporate and why

Instructor: Mualima Zaitoon Ebrahim

Born and raised in Cape Town, Zaitoon Ebrahim is a motivational speaker, artist, mom of 2 boys, and author. She obtained bachelor’s degree in Islamic Theology at Islamic College of Southern Africa and started her career as an Islamic studies educator at Madrassatul Quds. During this time, she managed youth events with an NGO, facilitating events, camps and leadership training for adults and youth. Being involved with the youth, she also co-presented on radio Voice of the Cape for one year on the show, ‘For Young Individuals’. The key focus of this programme was to educate young individuals about entrepreneurship and personal growth.

In addition to this, she obtained a Diploma in Project Management, a diploma in Didactics and certification in Life Coaching, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Therapeutic Art Coaching.


Classroom Venue:
  • The Knowledge Zone, 541 Lansdowne Rd. Lansdowne

Investment (per person)

Early bird fee: Option 1: R450 per person for the full workshop (save R50)

Option 2: R250 per month x 2 payments

All course Material Included

Registration Form & Payment Details
Complete the form below to register for the course. 

EFT Payments
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Name: Cape Town Muslim Events
Branch Name: Kromboom
Branch Code: 026209
Account Number: 300794711
Account Type: Cheque Account
Reference: Your Name, Surname, and Course code (#Teen1)

Whatsapp proof of Payment to CTME Class – 0664359030

O Allah, I ask Thee for BENEFICIAL KNOWLEDGE, acceptable action, and good provision.” (Al-Tirmidhi).

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