Boost your employment prospects and professional credibility in the field of ASL studies with the only national certification in American Sign Language teaching.
ASLTA Certification ensures that teachers possess the skills and knowledge to teach ASL and the culture of the US Deaf community.
ASLTA promotes and rewards professional growth via professional development, networking and opportunity.
- Qualified Level
- Professional Level
- Certified Level
- Master Level
- ASLPI & SLPI Info
For current certification info, click on the Qualified, Professional, or Renewal/Extension tabs above.
We are transitioning to a new evaluation system. To learn more, click on the Certified Level and Master Level tabs above.
For questions, contact the Evaluations chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions, contact the Evaluation Chair at email@example.com.
***NOTE: The ASLPI or SLPI:ASL should have been taken in the last 5 years. If an older result is submitted, it is at the discretion of the evaluators to require the interview to be updated if they feel the level indicated on the documentation does not reflect what is observed in the videos.
American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI):
Questions & scheduling: ASLPI@gallaudet.edu
Sign Language Proficiency Interview: American Sign Language (SLPI: ASL)
For SLPI: ASL Information: http://www.rit.edu/ntid/slpi/
SLPI: ASL Contacts: SLPI Coordinator Listing (on this website)
National SLPI: ASL Service under North Carolina ASLTA: Cindy Decker-Pickell, Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org