A medical career is often the most admired career of the world.  A medical career is humanitarian, noble and is undoubtedly holds a very bright future for those who are after it.  In terms of money and financial rewards, this field is one of the most promising of all.  

Davis Training Institute empowers adult learners to advance or change their careers, learn a new skill, or gain personal satisfaction.  The school strives to fulfill this mission by providing a broad depth of applicable technology, and a wide array of flexible services aimed at the needs of the adult learner.  Programs not only teach current marketplace skills, but also present liberal arts offering and develop critical thinking, writing, and mathematical abilities. All students enrolled in DTI will establish basic levels of training services and employment in the healthcare fields.  

In addition, all service providers at DTI including, unemployed and employed clients we offer additional training to reach self-sufficiency.  The mission is supported by an admissions policy that allows students with appropriate prior education and students that meet the psycho-motor demands to enroll in programs without regard to race, religion, gender, age, color, or national origin.



Dolores Davis started her career in the Medical field when she was in high school by joining the volunteering at the local hospital 1972.   She graduated in1986 from the Lamar University in Beaumont TX. In 1994 Dolores was called to the ministry, opening the only Youth Rescue Mission in the area. Dolores worked tirelessly at the calling and won many awards for her efforts. She opened a school inside of the mission which gave the young people a chance to catch up and graduate with their peers.  She provided clear path to help the people progress their own lives by overseeing the continuous operation of the Mission for 20 years.  In 2017, she was approached to help open a professional health careers school.  Hughes Institute of Professional Health Careers was opened for business in February of 2018 thrived at her persistence. Students came to enjoy the teaching technique of Dolores and her staff.  HIPHC became a WIOA provider in October 2018 and the first WIOA student enrolled in October of 2018.  In January 2020 Dolores and staff informed Mr. Hughes that they would pursue licenses from the state of Texas to open Davis Training Institute.  Dolores is continuing the call of the Ministry by opening a non-for-profit educational facility to help and inspired people from all walks of life.  Dolores heads the school with the help of a dedicated staff, she continues to fulfill the mission, of helping students achieve their goals for entry-level jobs in the healthcare field. 






Davis Training Institute: Approved and Regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, Texas.


National HealthCareer Association (NHA) 11161 Overbrook road, Leawood, Kansas 66211


American Medical Certification Association (AMCA) 310 Passaic Ave 204B, Fairfield, NJ07004


MedCA Certifications (MedCA) 376 S. Bayview Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520








The classes are held at our beautiful location where there is easy access for students with or without transportation.  The 3500 square feet building is accessible to persons with disabilities and includes a classroom, a computer lab outfitted with up-to-date computers and monitors, a lab room for hand on experiences setup as working environments, and supplied with equipment for our technicians to begin their career.  The rest of the building space is dedicated to the student break room and administrative offices.






Dolores Davis---President


Faculty and Staff


                    Dr. Marinette H. Parkerson---------------------------------------------Director

                                                            B.A., Lamar University; MA., Prairie View A&M University

                                                            MS., Prairie View A&M University; D.Ph., Beaumont Theologian Institute; MA, Beaumont Theologian Institute                      


                        Donna Ieans Chachere-----------------------------------------------Instructor

                                                             A.D., Lamar University 2011; License Vocational Nurse

                                                            Certificates: Phlebotomy, (training program St. Elizabeth Hospital CNA, CPR, ECG/EKG

                                                            Trained UBI Caritas


                    Deborah Collins Sias----------------------------------------------Representative



                        Raeshonn Davis _______________________________Representative



                        Dolores Davis    -------------------------------------------Staff Designee, Representative

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    STUDENT COMPLAINTS (Grievance Procedure)

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    STUDENT COMPLAINTS  (Grievance Procedure)


    Complaints are defined as any student concern regarding the school programs, services, or staff. A student who has a concern about a school-related issue is encouraged to schedule a conference with the school director to find resolution. If an issue is not resolved to a student's satisfaction through the conference, the student can file a formal complaint in writing with the school director who will formally investigate the complaint, take appropriate action, and provide a written response to the student by the 10th business day after the day the formal written complaint is received by member of the school faculty or staff. Note: a conference with the Director is not required before a student files a formal written complaint.




    Notification of Complaint to the Texas Workforce Commission


    A student who is dissatisfied with the school director's response can file a complaint with the Texas Workforce Commission:




    Texas Workforce Commission


    Career Schools and Colleges, Room 226T


    101 East 15th Street


    Austin, Texas 78778-0001


    Phone: (512) 936-3100




    Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC’s Career Schools and Colleges Website at texasworkforce.org/careerschools


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    Timelines and conditions for re-enrollment are described under the following titles of this catalog: Attendance Policy, Grading Policy/Incomplete, Course Completion Requirements, Academic Probation, and Student Conduct Expectations. Students wishing to be readmitted and enrolled should contact the school registrar (409-338-5663 or 409-499-3127).


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    Job placement assistance is available at no charge for all students who are awarded the Certificate of Completion from the Davis Training Institute in the 12-Lead-EKG Cardiac Monitor Technician, Phlebotomy, Medical Assistant, Patient Care Technician, Medical Administrative Assistant and Medication Aide Training. DTI invites area employers to participate in a campus days Employer Interview workshops, direct job referrals, Job Leads, and Job fairs at the end of each twelve-week term. Students also meet potential employers during the Employment Skills and Externship classes. Job notices from Hospitals, Doctors offices, Clinics, and other health facilities seeking qualified EKG Tech, Phlebotomist, and CMA job applicants are posted on the bulletin board in the student break room and updated at least weekly. While the DTI team takes great pride in the DTI graduate working in the Health field in this community and beyond, neither the school, its board, administration, nor any faculty or staff member can guarantee employment.


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    A Certificate of Completion, in Chosen Career, will be awarded to each student who completes all the subjects of the course of study, participates in 90% (40 hours) of the externship, maintains at least a minimum grade point average of 2.00, and has no more than one subject class grade below 70.


    A student who has completed the course of study but does not meet course completion requirements can contact the registrar to for one opportunity to repeat subject classes with unsatisfactory grades in a subsequent term beginning no later than 12 calendar months after the end of the term in which the student was originally enrolled. There will be no additional administrative or tuition fees charged for students who exercise this                                                                                                                                                                                                                

    option: however, there may be additional fees for books, supplies, and fees.
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