A Davis Facilitator has a professional understanding of Davis theories and methods, and is capable of structuring and providing standard Davis® correction programs for dyslexia, math mastery, and attention mastery.
Davis® is a registered trademark when used to describe educational services. Use of the term Davis to describe services for for dyslexia or other learning needs offered in a commercial (fee-based) context requires licensing by DDAI.
DDAI has a firm commitment to ensuring that all licensed providers receive comprehensive training in a practical context, and can demonstrate their ability to successfully apply Davis methods.
Individuals may qualify for licensing as a Davis Facilitator by completing a combination of participatory workshops and practice meetings together with independent field assignments.
The course series as detailed below must be completed in sequence. The first course is open to all interested adults. Completion of each course in the series is a prerequisite for enrollment in the next succeeding course, until completion of at least one Pod week.
University course credit or Continuing Education Units are available for all courses in the U.S. and Canada.
Stage 1: Basic Course Series (Open to All Adults)
Stage 2: Professional Training series.
(Enrollment Limited to applicants for Facilitator Licensing)
Where to train?
The full course series leading to licensing is available in many countries and languages, through DDAI and its many affiliated training organizations.
To determine the best option for training based on your location and language, please refer to to the chart below.