The research aims to identify the effectiveness of a training program based on visual teaching strategies in developing the recitation skills of students/teachers in the Department of Qur’an Sciences in the academic year (2021-2022). The research sample consists of (40) male and female students who have been committed to attending all sessions throughout the duration of the experiment. To achieve the goals of the research, the researchers have designed a training program based on visual teaching strategies, in which the content, concepts and definitions of the subject of recitation and a number of training plans for the sessions are organized which include (7) sessions, at a rate of one session for each week, in addition to formulating a zero hypothesis, which is: there is no statistically significant difference between the mean of the pre and posttests of the student teachers in the Department of Qur’an Sciences who have been trained according to the training program in developing recitation skills. A tool has been prepared, consisting of a test to measure recitation skills consisting of (64) items, and its apparent validity has been verified by presenting it to a group of experts and arbitrators, and after applying it to an exploratory sample consisting of (30) female students from the fourth stage in the Department of Qur’an Sciences, College of Education For girls, their psychometric characteristics have been verified, and after data collection, correction and statistical analysis using the t-test for an independent sample, the results have shown the following: There is a statistically significant difference between the pre and post-recitation test, in favour of the post-test with the highest arithmetic mean. In the light of the research results, the researchers come out with a set of conclusions, recommendations and suggestions: There is a clear effect of the training program based on visual teaching to develop the recitation skills of the students and teachers in the Department of Qur’an Sciences, and the training positions provided by the program made teaching the recitation interesting and removed the misconceptions that it depends on recitation only compared to the rest of the study subjects, in addition to that the training program and the various strategies included in it helped in identifying modern strategies that would raise the experience of male and female teachers on the one hand, and students on the other. The researchers recommended directing the attention of the teachers to the subject of recitation by choosing the appropriate teaching strategies for the students, as well as identifying the prevailing activities and requirements to clarify and facilitate the ambiguity of some concepts that may accompany the presentation of the study material because the training process is more effective when the teaching strategies match the nature of the content of the study material.