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ASL Classes

Algonquin College
Ottawa, Ontario

Offered through Continuing Education, and using the Signing Naturally Curriculum, classes are once per week, and typically in the evenings. Courses are offered as individual credits, or can be combined to obtain a certificate.

Bob Rumball Center for the Deaf
Toronto, ON

BRCD offers various levels of ASL courses, in evenings and on weekends. They also provide week long immersion programs, and ASL immersion retreats.

Canadian Hearing Society
Various Ontario Cities

Offers three levels of ASL at varying locations around Ontario. Schedules vary by location. 

Canadore College
Parry Sound, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, and using the Signing Naturally Curriculum, classes are once per week, and typically in the evenings.

Conestoga College
Kitchener, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, in partnership with the Canadian Hearing Society, classes are once per week, and typically in the evenings. Courses are offered as individual credits, or can be combined to obtain a certificate.

Confederation College
Thunder Bay, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, these classes use the Signing Naturally curriculum Level 1 – in two parts. Classes are held once per week in the evenings.

Durham College
Oshawa, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, and using the Signing Naturally Curriculum, classes are once per week, and typically in the evenings. Courses are offered as individual credits, or can be combined to obtain a certificate.

Durham Deaf Services
Oshawa, ON

Introduction to American Sign Language Classes are open to children and adults, offered once per week in the evenings. Schedule varies, see website for updates.

Fanshawe College
London, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Courses are offered as individual credits, or can be combined to obtain a certificate. A non-credit class is also offered at the Woodstock campus.

Fleming College
Peterborough, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, in partnership with the Canadian Hearing Society, classes are once per week, and typically in the evenings. The Signing Naturally Curriculum is used. Courses are offered as individual credits, or can be combined to obtain a certificate.

George Brown College – Full Time
Toronto, ON

Offered as a  1 year, full-time course, the American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program provides intensive training in American Sign Language (ASL) and English. Upon completion students receive and Ontario College Certificate.

George Brown College – Part Time
Toronto, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Courses are offered both as individual credits, or an intensive option is available, which students receive a certificate upon completion.

Humber College
Toronto, ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Levels 101 and 102 are offered at Humber, for more advance classes, students are referred to the Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf.

Loyalist College
Belleville,  ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings.

 

Mohawk College
Hamilton,  ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Levels 1 & 2 are offered,

Niagara College
Niagara-on-the-Lake & Welland,  ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Levels 1 & 2 are offered,

Seneca College
North York,  ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Levels 1, 2 & 3 are offered at various campus locations.

St Clair College
Chatham & Windsor,  ON

Offered through Continuing Education, classes are typically held in the evenings. Levels 1 & 2 are offered,