Augusta University Medical Center to offer ASL training starting this summer

Sign language interpreter
David Cowan has become well-known as Gov. Brian Kemp's sign language interpreter. AU Health is offering beginner sign language classes this summer.

Augusta University Medical Center’s Interpreter and Translation Services is offering American Sign Language training in various levels this summer.

The first course will be for beginners starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 13. The course meet every Tuesday for eight weeks. The tuition is $50 and the textbook costs $45. Beginning in September, the intermediate training will start, and in January 2022, advanced level courses will be available. Each course costs $50 to attend. Cash, card and checks are accepted.

All courses will be held in Room BT1810 in First Floor Conference Center at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.

Those interested can register by completing the form and sending to the Interpreter and Translation Services. The deadline to register is Friday, July 9.

Learn more about Interpreter and Translation Services.

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