Healthcare Biomanufacturing Occupational & Technology Training (HBOTT) is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration designed to allow employers to hire, train and retain qualified program eligible employees in full and part-time permanent positions. The program is intended to raise the technical skill levels of local workers so they can obtain or upgrade employment.
Alachua and Bradford County information technology, advanced manufacturing, healthcare and biotechnology employers are looking to hire and provide occupational and technical on-the-job (OJT) training in a specialized workplace. The HBOTT program provides education, customized training, and job placement assistance. Employees are hired and earn wages from employers during the OJT period, which may be up to six months, depending on the level of skills needed and the duration of the training program. Employers are expected to retain the employee upon successful completion of their OJT training period.
Some of the occupations available for On-the-Job training are:
- Web Designers
- Computer Programmers
- Hardware and Software Designers
- Technical Writers
- Compliance Officers
- Biological Scientists
- Biological Technicians
- Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technologists
- Marketing Specialists
Who is eligible for HBOTT?
Participantsmust be 18 years of age or older, have an associate or bachelor degree, or a high school diploma with work history in a professional capacity with skill levels commensurate with a four-year degree and be
How do I apply?
How do I get additional information about HBOTT?
Please contact a HBOTT Career Developer at (352) 244-5151 or (352) 244-5117.
This program is funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.
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