Learn to sign in no time with over 65 practical videos. This online course covers everything from ASL grammar and vocabulary to Deaf etiquette.
Who should take this course
Everyone. More than 5% of the world population has hearing loss, including 11 million in the USA, according to the World Health Organization. Communicate with them by learning sign language
Anyone who deals with the public - from shop assistants to social workers - will benefit from knowing ASL to better understand their Deaf customers and clients
People who work with or around Deaf people including family members, friends, colleagues and clients, and who want to help them feel included
Career options after graduation
Whatever work you do, your ability to speak ASL will be invaluable. You can meet the needs of the Deaf community - your colleagues, clients, patients, family and friends - by engaging with them
Explore the many careers that involve working with the Deaf community
Become a translator or interpreter in many professional fields including television
Teachers and classroom assistants who know ASL will be a great asset to the classroom
ASL fluency is needed for specialized careers in health, education, and therapy
To receive certification, you must:
Complete every page of the course Score at least 55% on the exam at the end of the course
All our courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards - www.icoes.org (accreditation number ICOES/00763/13/36).
What's vibrant, visually stunning, engaging and used by around 2.5 million people? American Sign Language. ASL is the third most-used language in the United States, after English and Spanish. American Sign Language is a visual language, a language of movement. Following videos is the easiest way to learn to sign correctly. So we updated our ASL course to include 66+ videos for you to watch the signs and practice them as many times as you like. You can study this fresh, modern and easy-to-learn ASL online, in your own time, from anywhere you like. Powerful reasons to learn sign language include:
Being able to interact with the 500,000 people who use ASL every day and the 2 million who have ASL as a second language
Communicating better with the Deaf community - your customers, colleagues, family and friends
Communicating with babies who can learn to sign single words and gestures by eight months. They can express themselves before they can talk
Being able to get your message across if you are losing your hearing
Exercising your brain while learning a vibrant, expressive language
Learning American Sign Language can lead to incredible opportunities and open doors in your career or personal life
About Course Provider
Our courses are created just for you. As all study is completed online, you can learn anywhere, anytime, exactly as it suits you. Get comfortable and let us guide you on your way to being a pro!
The courses are structured into clearly defined topics, contain detailed written instruction with illustrations and you can see techniques in action in our close up videos.
Check out each course in more detail, choose which ones suit you and start building a fun and exciting new career today!
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