“The Detroit Training Center opened in 2012 with a focus on vocational education for unemployed Detroiters. Our goal is to work with employers, non profits, and various government initiatives in order to help those looking for a job to gain the valuable skills and certifications they need to meet the needs of hiring industry employers,” says CEO Patrick Beal. “We are incredibly excited about our new space at 5151 Loraine St. Detroit, MI. It will include approximately 4,000 square feet of classrooms, hands-on shop space, with a computer lab that our business needed to continue our growth. This expansion will help those looking for a job to gain valuable skills and certifications they need to meet the needs of hiring industry employers.”
DTC’s mission is to provide adults with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to add value to their communities, families, and themselves. DTC administration and faculty members will put forth our best efforts to uphold this mission to prepare adults for employment through customized vocational training. Each of our courses will provide students with in depth instruction based on the real world experience. We intend to keep a standard curriculum for each course, but we expect that no two classes will be the same. The content of each course will be specifically tailored to meet corporate, governmental, or individual needs based on the multitude of backgrounds and experiences coexisting within our classrooms.
The Detroit Training Center is dedicated to improving urban education, fostering personal growth, and supporting training and employment initiatives for adults. DTC will open doors to new industries with unyielding opportunity through commitment, dedication, and hard work. We are committed to providing our students and faculty with the facilities, materials, and instructional environment necessary to accomplish their personal, familial, and community goals.