Interpreters and intervenors bridge communication for Deaf and Deafblind individuals, helping them access essential services such as health care—things that most of us take for granted. At George Brown, you will learn everything you need to know to work as an interpreter or intervenor for thousands of Canadians.
The School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies offers programs that immerse you in American Sign Language English Interpreter and Intervenor training. But it’s not just about language—you will be exposed to the unique cultural and social issues that impact members of the Deaf and Deafblind Community.
Your education at the School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies is enriched by our faculty’s ongoing connections with the field. Field placement experiences, in-class interactions and laboratory components will give you a true sense of this extraordinary work.