Poor people have potentials to learn but they seldom have affordability and accessibility to get training or skill acquiring possibilities. They are mostly agriculture labourers and underemployed idling their time during agriculture off season. If they acquire alternative skill they can be productive even during agriculture off season or can fix their livelihood in this new skill. PAT offers solution to this problem through vocational training programs. The following trainings are offered particularly to SHG women and school drop- out girls in villages:
  Tailoring and embroidery training
  Nutritious food powder making
  Soap water making
  Surf making
  Candle making
  Phenyl making
  Soft drinks making
  Beautician training


In order to create a IT savvy generation from rural parts of the country to compete and excel in the booming IT-enabled job sector, PAT had started Computer Training centres in Thirupanandal, Thanjavur District in the year 2008 and T.Palur, Ariyalur District in 2013. Both the centres cater to the needs of the youngsters from the surrounding areas in an affordable way. The service-minded professionals associated with the centre provide hands-on training to the enrolled members in various computer applications, software packages and typing. In the year 2016-17 around 206 personnel were benefited from the training , the training courses duration range from 45 Days to 1 year.