I haven't seen many hand-written job applications anymore. A lot of places want you to apply online and/or submit a resume (which shouldn't be handwritten, of course).
Are you looking for stuff on how to do Arabic calligraphy or just on how to write in Arabic? I learned to write in Arabic with Alif Baa, which is Kristen Brustad et al's intro book and the way most college students learn it... but I think it could be adapted for younger kids, and it does cover how each letter looks in each position (beginning, middle, and end of a word, as well as alone). There are also videos of a calligrapher writing each letter to imitate.... plus it's like $3 used on amazon.
It's kind of hard to learn Arabic writing without learning the Arabic language, though, I would think.... unless you just want to do something like learn to write your name, and google translate will do that for you.
Thanks, I'll look for that. He wants to learn the language, too. Until I can afford something like Rosetta Stone I have a small Arabic program (10 minutes a day or something?) coming.