DS Facilitator Training

DS Facilitator Training

**Price negotiable for organizations


You can increase the effectiveness and success of your constituents – clients, students, staff, employees, or others – by becoming a trained facilitator of the Dependable Strengths Articulation Process (DSAP).  By leading your constituents through the DSAP to uncover their Dependable Strengths, you will unlock their potential and increase their…

  • confidence
  • motivation
  • self-esteem
  • employability
  • productivity
  • morale
  • respect for others
  • teamwork
  • ...and more!
  • Outcomes

    Dependable Strengths Facilitator Training is an engaging, four-day experience conducted by Dependable Strengths Master Trainers.  All facilitator trainings start with you experiencing the DSAP for yourself – uncovering your own Dependable Strengths to find out what you uniquely do well and enjoy doing.   This may confirm what you already know about yourself, or reveal hidden strengths that may set you on a new, more meaningful path…or somewhere in between.  No matter what, be prepared for insights and change for the better for yourself and your constituents!

  • Format

    The training is comprised of three distinct phases:


    Phase 1 – Experience the DSAP for yourself

    The first part of the week you will be a “participant” in the DSAP and experience the process for yourself to uncover your own Dependable Strengths.   You will gain a solid grounding in the process that will give you confidence and experience for leading it with others. As a potential facilitator, this initial phase is beneficial for four major reasons:

    • You gain personal experience with the process
    • You gain credibility with your clients, students, or constituents
    • You gain empathy for what they will be doing
    • You meet your professional obligation — to be willing to do what you ask others to do!


    Phase 2: – Learn to facilitate the DSAP

    In the second half of the training you will be your “professional” self again and gain the skills and knowledge needed to deliver the DSAP to others.  This will include learning the history and research behind the DSAP, practice teaching parts of the process with the help of colleagues, developing initial plans for implementing your own workshop, and receiving all materials – including every word needed –  for facilitating the process.


    Phase 3: – Certification

    After the first two phases of training, you will be eligible for Dependable Strengths Instructor certification upon completion of required post-training experience. This is the initial certification of levels you can acquire toward eventual certification as a Dependable Strengths Master Trainer.