Welcome to PFDA-Vocational Training Center

PFDA-Vocational Training Center was founded in 2014 by Ms. Sajida Rahman Danny, Chairman of VTC with aim to nurture, develop capacity of kids with special needs to mainstream them in the society and in long run, residential rehabilitation to live with dignity.

PFDA-Vocational Training Centre (VTC) is providing learning opportunity and promotes methods to empower young adult persons with autism and neurological disabilities so that they utilize their potentials and take part in mainstream society and in cases, may obtain independence. This Center is the first ever-such initiatives in Bangladesh. We believe that every person has quality, in their own terms. Diversity of each person with autism is different so are their qualities. Here young adults and adults (15 years and above) are addressed from different perspective of livelihood scopes. The center provides comprehensive support for improving skill; enhancing life-skill and therapeutic support from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm to pursue rehabilitate them in the mainstream society.


PFDA-Vocational Training Center Trust (VTC)’s objective is to create realistic and acceptable livelihood opportunities for the people with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, downs Syndrome, Intellectual Disability and other Neuro-developmental disabilities.


  1. Groom up young adults and adults to take up responsibilities, make them competent to perform work / job. Facilitate to have independent life to live with dignity.
  2. Train children with disabilities by improving their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and enhancing social skills to bring progress in their alternative livelihood independently.
  3. Enhance skills of parents and caregivers for employment or other income generating activities to tackle the challenges of poverty faced by families.
  4. Provide advice, support, counseling and updated information to the parents is having special children.

Equal Opportunity

We are committed to be fair and respectful to everyone, regardless to their disabilities, ethnicity, race, gender, social class or region. We are committed to provide reasonable accommodation, accessibility, appropriate and sensitive services to ensure no one is disadvantaged due to their disabilities.