Open Day


Al-Quran Institute is holding an open day on Saturday 3rd of March 2018 from 11am to 3pm for ladies and children. This will be an opportunity for students to get a feel of how they will be taught at the Centre and most importantly meet the Teachers. Al-Quran Institute is a pioneer project in Willesden, North West London, which aims to raise the standards of Quranic recitation according to the proper rules of Tajweed.

All our teachers are highly qualified and use traditional Islamic ways combined with modern methods of teaching. Students will receive certificates upon completion of the relevant courses with us.

We welcome adult female students as well as children. We cater for absolute beginners as well as advanced level students. We currently offer a wide range of courses, including:

 Tajweed Classes for Kids (5 to 11 years old)

 Tajweed Classes for sisters (Adults)

 Hifz programme for Sisters

This will be an excellent opportunity for you to:-

• Speak to the Teachers and gain information and advice on the courses we Offer

· View the Centre

• Meet current students

• ‘Taste’ a teaching session

• Enroll with Al-Quran Institute

In addition we also hold classes for adult males. All our teachers are DBS checked and speak fluent English.

You are welcome to drop in any time between the advertised hours (11am and 3pm). No admission fees for students who register on one of our courses on the open day.

Location of Open day:
Central Mosque of Brent
Station Parade
Willesden Green

You may wish to register your interest by filling in the contact form.

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Tajweed Classes for Kids (5 to 11 years old)Tajweed Classes for sisters (Adults)Hifz programmeArabicFiqhTeacher Training

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