The Women's Speech Division at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine opened its specialized speech course in English, with the participation of more than 70 students who undertook the written and oral test to determine their academic level and determine the overall course supervised by Sheikh Amir al-Wali.
Assistant Head of the Department of Public Speaking Mrs. Taghreed Abdul-Khaleq al-Tamimi briefed us on the details of this course by saying: "The Women's Speech Division, in its plan, organizes many specialized courses throughout the year to contribute to the preparation and creation of a generation of ladies that contributes to the delivery of the thought and approach of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them). As a result, in order to keep abreast of the development of women's speech and the requirements of the current stage, which needs to be done in many languages, including English, we have decided to hold a specialized course in English. And this is the first initiative of its kind in the field of women's speech training institutions following a well-developed curriculum under the supervision of a specialized committee to graduate women speakers who can make speeches in English. "
She added: "There was a very large turnout to participate in this course, but because of the lack of space and in order to make the teaching process sound and easy, we determined the number of participants, to more than 70, mostly from English speciality from the university students, who were subjected to a special test. We note here that we have the intention to establish subsequent sessions, God willing, whether in English or in other languages."
The supervisor of the course Sheikh Amir Yassin al-Wali stated to the Al-Kafeel Network: "For the current course, which is the first of its kind in terms of strict jurisdiction, and we reviewed the number and levels of the female students who were mostly holders of bachelor's degree of universities, and the results of the test was impressive and the number of the candidates who succeeded it was almost 80 students. The course will be successful because we have found a high momentum and enthusiasm of the participants, and we will work to form specialized professors in this field as we have developed a curriculum appropriate to the levels of these participants."