The Healthcare Biomanufacturing Occupational & Technology Training (HBOTT) program is a grant-funded program designed to allow employers to hire, train, and retain qualified program eligible employees in permanent positions. To participate in this program employers must complete a wage reimbursement application and submit it to FloridaWorks. Successful employers will receive a wage reimbursement award and contract agreement. Private for-profit and private non-profit organizations are eligible to participate in this program. Public agencies and temporary employment placement agencies are not eligible for this progrm.
- For the full program overview
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – For more information on the employer application process, reimbursement possibilities and employer reporting requirements.
- Intent to Participate Survey – please complete this if you are interested in participating in the HBOTT programworth it
- Instructions and guidance on completing the application
- Submit your Training Plan, Invoice, and/or Application Here
- The OJT Contract
FloridaWorks staff is ready to assist employers, assess applicants and refer the best-qualified candidates to meet the employers’ specifications for OJT positions. Reimbursement of the agreed upon designated percentage of trainee’s wages is a streamlined, simple monthly reporting process for the successful employer.
If you would like assistance or have questions, in Alachua County contact:
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For assistance or questions in Bradford County, contact:
This program is funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.