Sign Language Classes: in the comfort of your own space
We've offered sign language classes for 20 years and for many of those two decades, we've had the ability to customize classes for groups of students who might be interested in learning at their own office, community center, etc. We've also provided, on occasion, the opportunity for our Deaf educators to visit workplaces and schools to do presentations on Deaf awareness and Deaf culture.
After many requests and much feedback, we've decided to formalize our approach a bit and with that, provide an opportunity for our neighbors and constituents to benefit. These classes are perfect for workplaces, senior living facilities, community groups, scout troops, churches and others to use as a team building or educational activity.
We'll offer three different levels of American Sign Language (ASL) instruction:
90 MINUTES | FREE
A one-time workshop - at no charge to you - that provides a basic introduction to American Sign Language. No textbook is required; we provide the materials.
10 WEEKS | $1,600 FEE
A beginning ASL course that covers ten hours of course material from the Signing Naturally curriculum (Unit 1) and can be scheduled one hour per week for ten weeks. A textbook/DVD is used for this class and there is some outside of class work expected.
20 WEEKS | $2,600 FEE
A full ASL class using the Signing Naturally curriculum during 20 hours of instruction. A textbook/DVD is used for this class and there is some outside of class work expected. This is a full ASL class, just as you would take if you came to us for classes.
PLEASE NOTE: Classes are limited to 20 students. Up to ten textbooks are included in class fee. Additional books can be purchased for $85 each.
Contact us today via email for more information or to schedule a class at your location. We also offer ASL classes at HASA (5900 Metro Drive) throughout the year.
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