Qatar Charity (QC) has launched the ‘Al-Qaida Al-Noorania’ course for Asian expatriate children, as part of the programmes of its ‘Noon’ platform, which is concerned with remote teaching and training.
The course, launched with the participation of many male and female students, aims to teach them the Holy Qur’an and the phonetic rules of Qur’anic recitation in addition to improving their level of reading and writing in Arabic.
QC said Tuesday that registration continues for the course, organised under the supervision of the Qatar Charity Center for Community Development for Asian expatriate communities, which is also known as Friends Cultural Center (FCC).
The course is offered for children aged 6-10 years every Monday and Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm, while children aged 11-14 years are taught every Sunday and Tuesday from 3pm to 4pm. During the three-month Al-Qaeda Al-Noorania course, qualified instructors teach the children remotely.
This course is part of the commitment of QC to provide an appropriate environment for children to properly learn and read the Arabic words and letters, in addition to training them to write. Through such courses, QC seeks to meet the cultural, educational and social needs of society.
As the registration is open, interested parents can get their children registered in the course by dialing 44661213 or 33171397.
QC had previously organised many training and educational programmes for Asian expatriates in the country, including the Arabic learning course for non-native speakers, both males and females.
The ‘Noon’ platform is the first of its kind in the field of remote teaching, training, and empowering, according to a QC statement. The dedicated programmes, implemented within the framework of the platform, cover the various sections of the society such as children, youth, women, men, and families, in addition to people with special needs, orphans and volunteers in numerous fields.