Kitzur Shulchan Aruch

Recurring payment plan

Known as the Code of Jewish Law or in its Hebrew name Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, this Sefer authored by Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried of the 19th century is studied by Jews all around the world on a regular basis. This book offer a most practical perspective into Halacha and guidance of daily Jewish life covering all topics from Tefilah to Hilchos Yom Tov and all other topics.

This course offers 2 LIVE classes of 30 minutes each every week and you will also get access to the recording classes and other resources.

Monthly payment

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Recurring payment plan

About the Teacher:

Rabbi Mordechai Wilhelm of New York is a young yet experienced teacher with impressive credentials and recommendation from other Yeshivas he taught in. His experience includes teaching in Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad of Los Angeles, a number of Summer Yeshivas and here with the Online Smicha.

He is known for his personal connection with students, valuable general information and very informative classes, always prepared and delivered in the best manner.

Policies:

Payment:

Online Smicha has the right to prevent a student’s access to any Shiur due to a missed payment.A 2 month prior notice is required in the case of a student deciding to discontinue a course. The first 3 months of tuition payment are non-refundable.

Payments to Online Smicha are auto-billed through PayPal. Receipts are sent to applicants and students by Email. You can adjust your billing credit card and other information on PayPal if needed.

Academics:

Online Smicha has the right to terminate a contract with any individual, who has not performed at Online Smicha academic requirements, measured in course work, test performance and class attendance.Online Smicha reserves the right to deny any student accessibility to the final exam, given unacceptable performance in previous tests.

Conduct:

Most of the Shiurim are web video conference-based. Therefore:

  1. Students are required to attend in a quiet environment.
  2. Appropriate dress and conduct for Torah learning is requested.
  3. Students should login to the Shiur at least 5 minutes before the Shiur is scheduled to begin.
  4. Question and notes will be made first on the chat so not to interrupt the flow of the class. You may speak only of directed so by the teacher.

It is the responsibility of the student to obtain the necessary books and material needed for the class. You can purchase them on our store, on SeforimSets.com or in any other local Jewish books store.