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CPE Courses

Contextualizing Wasatiyyah in Singapore Today

Day / Date

Wednesday, 21 April 2021

Time

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Registration Link

https://go.gov.sg/210421

Trainer

Ustaz Dr Mohamed Feisal Bin Mohamed Hassan

Medium

English

Platform

Zoom Webinar

CPE

2 CPE credit hours

Suitability

Tier 1 & Tier 2

No. of pax

100 Asatizah

Synopsis

Living Islam as a Minority in a Modern Context in Multiracial and Multireligious Singapore has its own history, dynamics and complexities. This session will unravel the history of living Islam in Singapore, identify the evolution of the Muslim community here, and discuss the complexities living as a minority Muslim community.

This session will rely on textual references to the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet PBUH, and the works of ulama and scholars, while relating closely to the context of the Muslims in Singapore.

This session hopes to provide an avenue to appreciate the dynamics of living Islam in Singapore today, and to provide the asatizah an avenue to explore approaches to contribute more to enhancing wasatiyah in Singapore.


For further enquiries, please email to 
ARS@muis.gov.sg or call 6604 8568 during office hours.

 

Family Violence Awareness Workshop

Trainer

Ministry of Social and Family Development

1st Run: Monday & Tuesday, 3 & 4 May 2021

Time

10:00pg - 1:00ptg

Medium

Malay

Registration Link

https://go.gov.sg/03-040521

2nd Run: Monday & Tuesday, 31 May & 1 June 2021

Time

2:00pm - 5:00pm

Medium

English

Registration Link

https://go.gov.sg/3105-010621

3rd Run: Monday & Tuesday, 5 & 6 July 2021

Time

10:00am - 1:00pm

Medium

English

Registration Link

https://go.gov.sg/05-060721

Platform

Zoom Webinar

CPE

6 CPE credit hours

Suitability

Tier 1 & Tier 2

No. of pax

50 Asatizah (each run)

Synopsis

This online training workshop aims to equip Asatizahs with foundational knowledge and engagement skills so that they can become effective first responders in the community.

 

Learners are able to identify different types and forms of family violence.

  • Learners are able to understand the impact and identifying characteristics of each form of family violence.
  • Learners understand the theory of the Cycle of Violence.
  • Learners are aware of common misinformation and false perceptions pertaining to family violence.
  • Learner are able apply basic skills of rapport-building and demonstrating empathy when they interact with possible victims.
  • Learners know how to connect potential victims of family violence to resources in the community.


For further enquiries, please email to 
ARS@muis.gov.sg or call 6604 8568 during office hours.