Hilchos Shatnez Course Outline

The program takes about 6 months. There are two levels. One is the general knowledge level where one just receives the Shiurim and Level two requires application and acceptance into the program. Once accepted and completed one will have the right to set up a Shatnez Laboratory in their community.  Upon successful completion of the shatnez program one will receive a certificate from our Shaatnez Rav stating that they qualify to check shaatnez.  This second level will require one to travel to the Shatnez worldwide headquarters in Lakewood, N.J. USA where one will get a week of intense hands on training and will thereafter have followup as part of the cost of the Program.

The hands on training will be arranged on an individual basis. If the community sponsoring the Laboratory finds it difficult to make the journey to Lakewood, arrangements can be made for R’ Sayagh to journey to them to either give the course or administer the final examinations prior to issuing the certificate of approval.

THE PROHIBITION OF SHATNEZ

In Leviticus 19:19 it is written “A Shatnez garment should not cover you”, The second in Devorim 22:11, “Do not wear Shatnez, wool and linen together.”

Since the Mitzvah of Shatnez applies to all Men, Women and Children we urge all who can to at a minimum learn the Halachos, just so they can be aware and connect themselves with the Shatnez Center and the information line which is constantly being fed to the world through the Center.

View some sample shiurim

SHATNEZ TOPICS

Shiur 1 – Prohibition of Kilayim: Wool and Linen
Shiur 2 – Maris Hoayin
Shiur 3 – Maris Hoayin Today
Shiur 4 – Sheep Born to a Goat
Shiur 5 – Prohibition of Maris Hoayin for Hemp
Shiur 6 – Hemp Nowadays
Shiur 7 – Defining the Yarn: Is It Really Wool?
Shiur 8 – What If It Is Noticeable?
Shiur 9 – Bitul B’kilayim
Shiur 10 – Sheepskin Coat Stitched with Linen
Shiur 11 – Ain Mevatlin Issur L’chatchila
Shiur 12 – Chozeair V’niur and the Principle of “Salek”
Shiur 13 – Threads
Shiur 14 – Wool & Linen Connected Indirectly
Shiur 15 – Shua Tavui & Nuz
Shiur 16 – Kilayim MiD’oraisa and Kilayim Mid’Rabbanan
Shiur 17 – Felts
Shiur 18 – Sewing & Knotting
Shiur 19 – Penetrations of the needle
Shiur 20 – Linen wrapped around wool or vice versa – Part One
Shiur 21 – Linen Pillows filledwith wool or vice versa
Shiur 22 – Attaching Wool and Linen via buttons hooks etc.
Shiur 23 – Belts Part 1: A Leather Belt wrapped around two garments
Shiur 24 – Belts Part2
Shiur 25 – Wearing a Woolen Garment over a Linen One
Shiur 26 – What if they do not touch?
Shiur 27 – Ropes of Linen & Ropes of Wool
Shiur 28 – Sitting underneath or next to Shatnez
Shiur 29 – Sitting and Lying on Shatnez
Shiur 30 – Sinking into Shatnez via sitting lying or leaning
Shiur 31 – Stiff Fabrics
Shiur 32 – Partial Kilayim & Temporary wearing
Shiur 33 – Shatnez; Must be with Benefit or Not
Shiur 34 –Shrouds
Shiur 35 – Saddle Blanket-that has visible Shatnez
Shiur 36 – Mit’ Pechos
Shiur 37 – Tablecloths & Barbers Aprons
Shiur 38 – Curtains
Shiur 39 – Gloves
Shiur 40 – Shoes & Slippers – Part 1
Shiur 41 – Shoes & Slippers – Part 2
Shiur 42 – Boots
Shiur 43 – Carpets
Shiur 44 – Pouches & Pocket Books
Shiur 45 – Bandages
Shiur 46 – Head Bands& Launderers
Shiur 47 – A Garment Wherein Kilayim Was Lost
Shiur 48 – Chiyuv Bedikah
Shiur 49 – Me’siach Lefi Tumo
Shiur 50 – Hemp vs Linen
Shiur 51 – Removing Shatnezin the Marketplace
Shiur 52 – Manufacturing, Selling & Owning Shatnez

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