Building Operator Certification (BOC) is a national professional development and credential program offering job skills in energy efficient building operation and maintenance practices. The program is competency-based with an emphasis on energy efficient building maintenance practices. The BOC program is currently offered in 36 other states, and now in Texas and Oklahoma through SPEER. Many prominent organizations accredit the BOC as an approved means of continuing education, including the U.S. Green Building Council, which approved the Level 1 BOC courses as continuing education for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification in 2010.
Why Should You Get Certified?
The Building Operator Certification program can provide operators with the understanding of how their facility systems work together so that they can improve on system efficiency, save money and keep the equipment maintained and operating efficiently longer.
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Today facilities personnel manage a lot of moving parts every day, this program gives the operator and other facilities personnel the training and confidence to manage and operate their building with efficiency and comfort in mind.
For building operators, if you want to be the best in your work getting BOC training will give you the inside track on how to run your building effectively and efficiently. With the combination of classroom and hands on projects this training will provide you with valuable skills to make you a more valuable employee. This training doesn’t just improve your buildings efficiency, it can provide you with an improved look at your career, and this training tells employers that you are serious about your work. Often BOC graduates report that they have found more advancement opportunities after completing the training course.
Facilities managers, this training will provide you and your staff with classroom and hands on training that will help you get your building operating at its peak performance. It will also help you cut cost and keep occupants comfortable.
Building owners, with this practical training and a new perspective on managing their buildings the average BOC graduate can save their employer as much as $20,000 a year. This program helps the operators find opportunities to make changes, so that they can cut costs while keeping the building occupants safe and comfortable.