ASL Interpreting CEUs
ASL is best learned from native and eloquent masters of the language. When in-person experiences are not possible, we bring recognized Deaf ASL language models like Nigel Howard, Molly O’Hara, Teri Hedding and more to you in a way that you can access anywhere you have Internet access, on any device, any time and in small bites that you can review as much as you like. Complete the concise lessons and quizzes to immediately get your Certificate of Completion with the option for RID CEUs at no additional cost! Your course access remains for the duration of your subscription.
ASL Fingerwording (ASL Video Course) – .3 CEUs
This course explores what it means to fingerspell words from the perspective of the hand’s motor movements. We learn that the rhythm of fingerspelling has everything to do with four basic movements and nothing to do with what the letters sound like.
OUR FEATURED COURSES
ANATOMY: A Body Systems Approach – .5 CEUs
CDI, Nigel Howard models the structure, function and description of each body system in eloquent ASL. A related condition and treatment with brief comprehension quizzes round out this tour of the human body.
Interpreting Mathematics – .5 CEUs
Explore basic math concepts expressed in ASL from expressing numbers accurately through algebraic expressions for .5 RID CEUs.
Molly, your Deaf instructor gives examples, exercises, and quizzes.
Foundations of Healthcare Interpreting (Flagship Course)
3.0 CEUs for 30 hours with 6 months of access! Body systems, diagnoses & treatments by CDI, Nigel Howard. Medical terminology, modeled interpretations & quizzes in small bites on any device.
OUR FOUNDER STEPHANIE WINSLOW
Stephanie Winslow is passionate about relevant lifelong learning that incorporates Deaf language models. Among other certifications, Stephanie holds a MICS Master Certification and has served as an evaluator for multiple certification systems. Stephanie is the owner of ASLlearn.com, which offers online CEUs in five-minute bites. She also owns ASLconnect, which provides interpreters for conferences and ASL immersion-style training events. Stephanie especially enjoys it when her work takes her to other countries, although she insists, “jet lag is a real thing”!