Duration: minimum of 75+ hours of online learning.
Our CPD accredited American Sign Language bundle provides you the opportunity to experience the full range of our ASL courses. This includes Level 1, 2, and 3 and a bonus course for free: baby sign language.
Learn the basics from the sign language alphabet to more advanced signs, such as medical emergencies. This bundle is exactly what you need to become confident in sign language for all situations – offered at the best value with nothing else like it!
American Sign Language is the most widely used form of communication amongst the Deaf and Hard of hearing. There are almost 200 colleges or universities around the U.S. that accepts ASL for their foreign language graduation requirement. Our courses may be eligible to be taken as a Continuing Education Unit.
In healthcare and emergency services, ASL is a key skill that could set you apart from other applicants. Having an ASL speaker on the team in an emergency situation could save a life. In the hospitality world, there are various different regulations. Did you know that hotels are federally regulated and are supposed to have an ASL speaker on staff?
We can’t verbally speak underwater but we can sign. ASL is essential for scuba diving. ASL is used by two of the major diving companies in the United States; PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) and NAUI (National Association of Underwater Instructors.)
The need for American Sign Language speakers is continuing to rise. Set yourself apart from the other applicants and integrate within the Deaf community by learning ASL online.
Our accredited bundle is suited for anyone wanting to learn American Sign Language
The course is offered by Teach Ours.com and taught by a qualified instructor with over 20 years of teaching experience. Her teaching experience spans the corporate world, fortune 500 companies, and governmental departments and small and large groups offline and online. Our ASL instructor is extremely passionate about the language and its impact on the world. She has studied the culture and history of the language for many years and is an avid supporter of the community. She has countless friends in the Deaf communities who help her review her content and support her in her quest to break down barriers and make the language available to everyone. She is also a published instructor with ASL books in English and Arabic.