ASL Hospitality Workshop
Learn how to engage your Deaf customers and provide a dining experience using American Sign Language
Restaurant Hospitality Workshop
Are you a server or host, or work in a restaurant?
Especially if you’re in the Seattle area, you are bound to have Deaf customers. How great would it be if you were able to make them feel comfortable and at home?
Communication and hospitality are what you offer to all of your hearing patrons, and this courtesy should be extended to Deaf patrons as well. Whether you know sign language or not, there are ways to make your Deaf customers feel more at ease in your restaurant and with your staff.
Join us on Tuesday January 9th for a workshop in Restaurant Hospitality, from 7-9pm!
We will cover basic signs and ways to interact with Deaf customers, specifically in a restaurant setting. You will have the opportunity to expand your knowledge of Deaf culture: allowing you to provide quality service to a wider, more diverse range of customers. We encourage you to bring your administrators as well as your staff to join us for this workshop, and make your business a more accessible one! This class is created for the beginner sign skills but advanced skills are welcome!
Tuesday January 9
7:00 – 9:00 PM
St. John’s Bar & Eatery
719 E. Pike St.
Contact us if you are looking for a rewarding income working part time. Imagine yourself surrounded with eager students and teaching them ASL in a after school program, private lessons or workshops. You can make a difference! If you have a strong knowledge of American Sign Language, respect for the Deaf Community, have experience teaching then we want to hear from you!