How to get ASL certified. ?
I am a junior in college and am really interested in getting certified in American Sign Language. My school doesn't offer anything like that. I know the community college down the road offers a 2 yr program. I am wondering if all programs are 2 yrs like that? and if I could enroll when I graduate? Do most community colleges off certification?
Asked By: miss emily - 8/31/2008
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To get certified in ASL (usually as an interpreter), you would need to take a minimum of 2 years (some colleges offer 3 year programs). You would then need to find a local college (or one a ways away) that offers an interpreting class... More
Answered By: ? - 8/31/2008
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As far as I know, you don't get certified in American Sign Language, you get certified in INTERPRETING. Any two year school would do their best to prepare you for the national certification test, but really, two years of school won't be enough. 4 years, or 2 years + 3years experience is what is truly required. But... More
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