Accession Distribution Training Center, Inc (ADTC) was incorporated in 2012, and is a non-profit corporation, with 501(c) 3 public charity status. ADTC’s mission is to increase public safety, prevent incarceration, and reduce recidivism. Our objective is to train unemployed and underemployed, at-risk youth, veterans, seniors and returning citizens (ex-offenders) in the fields of logistics, forklift operations, heavy industrial equipment operations, and construction hauling.
ADTC is striving to make a difference in its community. We understand the importance of having a marketable skill. Our certified programs provide an opportunity to gain that skill.
ADTC envisions a community where all of its members—regardless of race/ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation or economic status—are thriving on all levels; where youth are well-educated; where their parents are employed and well-paid for the work that they do; and where everyone is living in a safe neighborhood.
To dismantle the cradle-to-prison pipeline and increase public safety by implementing evidence based programs and evidence-informed practices that train at-risk youth, instruct unemployed and underemployed veterans, and teach men and women returning to the community from prison. ADTC provides instruction in the following areas:
- Logistics Warehousing Distribution Management
- Heavy Industrial Equipment
- Construction Solar Paneling
- Senior Citizens Job Training (Experience Works)
- Heavy Equipment Forklift Certification
- CNA Courses
- Heavy Equipment:
- Front end loader
- Crane Operations
- Excavator Operation
Clayton County District Attorney’s Office, Pre-trial Diversion Program
The Diversion Program was established to give first-time offenders of non-violent crimes a second chance. The District Attorney’s Office has selected ADTC to be one of its non-profit community service sites.
Clayton County Sheriff’s Department
ADTC provides the Sheriff’s Department with twenty (20) scholarships annually for inmates schedule to be released for CCSD.
Department of Human Services, Division of Child Support Services,
The Sweet 16 Project (After School Program)
Clayton County Board of Education, Perry Learning Center.
ADTC has entered into an agreement with the Clayton County Board of Education. The agreement specifies that ADTC will allow students, who are sixteen and above, to report to ADTC’s warehouse after school, five days a week during the school year for six months. For job readiness training mentoring and internship job placement.