American Sign Language
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American Sign Language

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ASL is the third most-used language in the United States. With this American Sign Language course you will be able to interact with the 500,000 people who use ASL every day and the 2 million who have ASL as a second language.

Learn a life skill that will benefit both your work and personal abilities through a comprehensive and easy to follow course. We have prepared nearly 70 videos for you to watch and practice signs, as many times as you want.

Learning American Sign Language with International Open Academy takes you beyond the basics: 

 You will master ASL grammar and vocabulary and be able to practice at your own pace
 Humor, fun expressions and informal language
 You will learn how to hold conversations, ask questions, tell jokes
 Understand the history and background of American Sign Language
 Discover more about Deaf etiquette so you feel comfortable in any situation

Requirements 

Free online courses and International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

Who is this course for? 

 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 are around Deaf people including family members and colleagues
 Those losing your hearing and starting to feel isolated by your inability to understand and communicate as well as before
 First responders or other medical professionals who need to communicate with everybody, particularly in emergencies
 Students interested in interpreting in the classroom, government agencies, museums, hospitals or on TV

Career opportunities: 

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

Coupon code : IOAHAPPY21 
You will see the discounted price at checkout.

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