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December 7, 2012
 

Cypress College offers sign language classes

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The following information was released by Esther and David Zowolkow.

Are you one of those people who always wanted to learn sign language and be able to communicate with the deaf and hard of hearing.  Now is your opportunity to join in a fun and learning class at Cypress College, in Cypress, CA.  Classes are being offered for different levels, for those who are just starting out and for intermediate and advanced levels.

For those who have completed the 3 levels of signing, classes are available for those who are interested in becoming interpreters who work in the educational setting (K-12).  Also, classes are available for training sign language interpreters who work in the educational setting who need to be certified.

Registration is now in progress and classes start on Tuesday, January 8, 2013. Classes run from 6:30pm to 9:15pm and are held weekly for 12 weeks. Cost is $75.00 per student. It is important that registration is completed before the first night of class

To register online at Cypress College School of Continuing Education.

Go to www.sce.edu. On the left side of the screen, click on Admissions and Registration. If you are a new student, you must apply for a Student ID. (Online Application for Admission-Students 14 years of age or older) After getting that, you can register for the class or classes.

Click on Registration Worksheet and follow all the instructions. There are two Sign Language classes listed. Beginning students should start with Level 1.

Class #60354: Sign Language Level 1
Class #60353: Sign Language Level 2/3

For more information, contact either Esther Zawolkow at 562-596-8548 or Dennis Davino at 714-808-4892.



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