3 T’s of Islamic Parenting

Are you tired of Islamic Parenting courses, lectures and events that just discuss theories and never practical application?

Are you searching for practical and relevant parenting advice to resolving contemporary parental problems?

Then this course has been designed especially with you in mind.

“The trainer is an excellent communicator. He explained scenarios for children of all ages. The whole course was very beneficial.Yasmin, Mother of 1

Within Islam, the family unit is not only highly revered but regarded as a sacred establishment. The family forms the cornerstone of not only the community and society but of faith itself. It is through the familial institution that children are nurtured and raised, and if the environment they are brought up in is stable and secure – they will thrive and flourish as Muslims, believers, and humans. Still, this is not a responsibility that can be taken lightly, and the upbringing of children is always a challenging and difficult endeavor.

“I learned how to integrate my Muslim identity and Islamic concepts with my family and made me question what are my own values.Naveed, Father of 3

Every era comes with its own trials and afflictions, and in the twenty-first century many parents find themselves struggling when it comes to raising children who are firm in their faith and with a strong moral standing. Spiritual success is undoubtedly crucial, but it is also essential that children have the resources and knowledge they need to balance their commitment to their beliefs with academic, professional, material, and interpersonal success as well.

When it comes to raising the following generation of Muslims, parents are faced with innumerable obstacles and hindrances in contemporary society. This can leave parents confused and at a loss as to how they can create an Islamic environment at home in the midst of changing times. The family essentially functions as an introduction to or preview of life, and it is here that children will learn those invaluable beliefs, values and knowledge which will anchor them to what is good and pure throughout the remainder of their life.

“Everything in life has some level of training or manual to help you through it. However, I have not come across anything substantive or a practical guide to support Muslim Parents (fathers) in developing and rearing their child (and in effect their family too) to become good Muslims, especially in the western climate. All we know is what we have been taught by our parents and a bit more from our experience.” – Razull, Father of 2

With our professionalism, expertise and experiences, we have created The 3 T’s of Islamic Parenting – a comprehensive and thorough course which will not only enable Muslim parents to foster an Islamic home, but to do so in a loving and nurturing environment. Upon the completion of this course, you will be empowered with an arsenal of practical strategies through which you can:

  • Create supportive and loving relationships with your child.
  • Establish a strong belief system and moral code of conduct within your child.
  • Enable your child to develop a character that is illuminated by the light of guidance.

If you are tired of Islamic parenting courses, lectures and events that just discuss theories and never their practical applications, and if you’re searching for practical and relevant advice with regards to resolving contemporary parental problems, then this course has been designed especially with you in mind.

The 3 T’s of Islamic Parenting is unique and innovative, whilst also remaining true to the tenants and principles of Islam. Islamic Theology and established theories and concepts from Child Psychology are seamlessly integrated in order to provide you with a solution-based approach to Islamic parenting. With this course, you will be able to implement its advice and solutions with ease and simplicity.

This course is particularly ideal for parents of children aged from 4 to 14 years.

“This course widened my understanding of the practical steps for Muslim fathers in relation to many different spheres. This includes: developing relationships with children; building love; discussing and teaching Salah and Qur’an; an effective way of discipline children; dealing with the hot topic of RSE and so much more. You really don’t know what you don’t know until you know. Involved Fathers have opened up a new understanding in dealing with children not only within the Prophetic way but also within our current reality.” – Ahmed, Father of 2

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, The 3 T’s of Islamic Parenting is currently delivered online, over a period of 4 weeks. Alternative arrangements can be explored for organisations, establishments or cities depending on necessity. The following topics will be thoroughly explored:

Talking – Various ways you can communicate effectively with your child.

Listening – The ways you can listen to and understand your child’s emotions and needs.

Love – Fostering and expressing love between yourself and your child.

Behaviour – Nurturing permanent and positive changes in your child’s behaviour.

Praise – How you can motivate your child and develop their confidence and abilities.

Habits – Establishing productive and wholesome habits within yourself and your child.

Salah – Guidance on how you can create the love of Salah and Ibadah in your child.

Qur’an – Steps regarding how you can develop the love of the Qur’an in your child.

Islamic RSE – The Islamic way to discuss issues relating to puberty, relationships and more

“You can’t put a monetary value on this course as what I learned has lifelong benefits for myself, my family, and particularly my children.” – Rafiul Islam, Father of 2

To find out about the latest course and to register please click here