The Certificate in Disability assistance with sign language is designed to allow students, as well as community professionals, to study policies and services that affect the lives of children, youth, and adults with disabilities with proper sign language for understanding.
The program examines the spectrum of education, employment, community living, and health impacting individuals with disabilities and their families, while the program addresses the needs of people with all types of disabilities, it emphasizes intellectual and related developmental disabilities across the lifespan.
Who Should Attend?
The Certificate in Disability Assistance with Sign Language Training is designed to help students apply language skills and continue developing these skills for personal enrichment. The career opportunities include teachers, interpreters, elementary education instructors, speech-language pathologists and many more. Achieving a Certificate in Disability Assistance with Sign Language Training will provide a strong foundation in the basic language skills and cultural knowledge that will allow students to achieve their academic and professional goals.
- American Sign Language
- British Sign Language
- Disabilities & Emergencies
- Types of Impairments
- Communication skills