American Sign Language (ASL) Online – Level 1


Learn the basics of American Sign Language, the 3rd most used language in the United States

Duration: minimum of 26 hours of online learning.

American Sign Language is the most used form of communication amongst Hard of hearing individuals around the world. With our online ASL classes, we will set you up to become a more effective communicator and employee.

ASL can be extremely useful in so many different aspects of life:

  • When a loved one begins to lose their hearing
  • Communicating with non-verbal babies and toddlers
  • In emergency situations where silence is required, such as school and office lockdowns

1 in every 8 Americans over the age of 12 suffers from some sort of hearing loss in both ears, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. The need for ASL speakers is growing.

Sign language can be used in many situations. Outside of the expected, it’s even used in professional sports such as baseball to silently communicate with someone on the other side of the field.

Who Should Take a Sign Language Online Course?

This is a course that anyone and everyone can benefit from, both personally and professionally. Knowing ASL is an advantage for almost any line of work, especially for jobs where you have to interact with people such as; teachers, nurses, baristas and flight attendants. Whether you choose to learn sign language for a loved one, your career or for the opportunity to integrate with the Deaf Community, it will give you an amazing new perspective of the world.

What will I learn?

During our online ASL course, we will walk you through the basics of ASL. These topics include but are not limited to:

  • Easy Signs: Driving a car, swimming, eating, food, gender…
  • Sign Language Alphabet (Manual Alphabet): Learn an alternative to the English alphabet, this language has a sign for every letter in the alphabet
  • Numbers: 1-100
  • Time of Day: Phrases such as “good morning”, time basics and placing yourself in the past or future
  • Pronouns: Personal – Possessive and reflexive
  • Family Members: Immediate & extended family, friendship, and manners
  • Initialized Signs: Signs signed using the first letter of the word
  • Occupations: teachers, hairdressers, lawyers, chefs, etc…

The demand for ASL speakers is only growing, learn sign language today.

Interested in learning advanced sign language skills? Check out our ASL bundle course that covers beginner to advanced levels.

With this American Sign Language Course, you can:

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