Lincoln - Level I - May 2017
Level I Training Series
Building Operator Certification (BOC) training includes nearly 74 hours of classroom and project work (7.4 CEUs) in building systems operation and maintenance. Each course in the series is completed in a one day training session, except BOC 1001 Energy Efficient Operation of Building HVAC Systems, which is a two day course. To graduate from the series, participants must pass a test at the end of each training day and complete five assigned projects. Unless otherwise noted, training begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends by 4:00 p.m. Early registration is encouraged.
All graduates of this series will earn a Training Certificate of Completion. As of January 1, 2017, BOC is aligned with ISO 17024 and requires graduates to pass a third-party administered exam to earn the Certification. Click Here to learn about the difference between the Training Certificate of Completion and the Certified Building Operator.
|Tues-Wed, May 2-3, 2017||BOC 1001 - Energy Efficient Operation of Building HVAC Systems|
|Wed, May 17, 2017||BOC 1002 - Measuring and Benchmarking Energy Performance|
|Wed, May 31, 2017||BOC 1003 - Efficient Lighting Fundamentals|
|Wed, June 14, 2017||BOC 1004 - HVAC Controls Fundamentals|
|Wed, June 28, 2017||BOC 1005 - Indoor Environmental Quality|
|Wed, July 12, 2017||BOC 1006 - Low-Cost Operational Improvement|
|Wed, July 26, 2017||BOC 1007 - Facility Electrical Systems|
Tuition: $1,695. The registration fee of $1,695. covers all class materials, books, continental breakfast, lunch, and a certificate upon completion of the training series.
Tuition dicounts are available for employers sending more than one employee. Please contact Haley Keegan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are you a veteran? If so, you qualify for a $200 tuition discount. Email Haley Keegan at email@example.com for more information.
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Cancellation Policy and Refund Information
No refunds will be provided for registrations canceled less than three business days before the start of the first course in a training series. However, employers may substitute a different employee if the original registrant is unable to participate in the training series.
If a training participant is unable to attend a course in a training series for which he or she is registered, he or she may make up that course at no additional cost or penalty by attending it when it is offered during a different training series.