For more than 50 years, the Occupational Training Center of Burlington (O.T.C.), a vocational training center, has been helping adults with disabilities in our community train in occupational disciplines, gain life skills, cross barriers to employment, and realize brighter futures. Each year, we provide vocational training and job placement services to more than 500 adults with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. Our mission is to help these individuals build better futures for themselves and their communities by cultivating the skills they need for success in the workforce.
Teaching Adults with Disabilities Skills for Success
The Occupational Training Center of Burlington creates unique employment opportunities and job training programs for adults with disabilities in New Jersey and provides support services as they discover new skills, talents, and interests through their experience in the workforce. Our vocational program is designed to train adults with disabilities and provide meaningful work experiences that create financial independence. We also provide job placement for individuals who wish to transition to work outside of O.T.C. through our Supported Employment program.
Quality Training and Vocational Programs
Through consumer-based planning and our extensive vocational assessment program, we encourage individuals with disabilities to actively develop new skills that help them reach their goals. We constantly monitor our results and the success of our consumers by continuously evaluating the services we offer. These assessments empower individuals to make informed training and career decisions, and their success helps the O.T.C. anticipate the needs of future consumers.
Partnering with the O.T.C.
For our business consumers, we offer a range of services from custodial and clerical work to grounds maintenance and recycling programs, all of which provide exceptional service while simultaneously creating new work opportunities for the adults in our programs. Contact us to learn more about partnering with the Occupational Training Center of Burlington to give back to the community by helping local adults with disabilities succeed in the workplace.