WHAT IS BOC?
Building Operator Certification (BOC) is a competency-based training and certification program for building operators. We teach participants how to make a building more comfortable and efficient by making its systems work better together. BOC participants consistently save money and energy in their facilities – up to $20,000 a year – thanks to energy conservation projects, air quality improvements and other initiatives.
The BOC Level I Training Series consists of:
- Seven (7) BOC Classes with associated handbooks
- Open book tests at the end of each class day
- Five (5) facility-based assignments
WHAT DO I GET?
Participants who complete the Level I or Level II training series will receive a Training Certificate of Completion (TCOC). Participants who go on to take and pass the the Certification Exam may use the credentials Certified Building Operator.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
FOR BUILDING OPERATORS
Want to expand your knowledge or improve your value to the organization? Attend BOC training. Combined classroom education, taught by industry experts, and hands-on projects, develop skills that will make you a more valuable employee.
BOC training doesn’t just improve facility efficiency – it improves your career outlook as well. Many of our graduates report they have received advancement opportunities since completing the BOC program.
FOR FACILITY MANAGERS
If you want your facility team and buildings to operate at peak performance, the BOC will help get you there. We give your staff hands-on training that saves energy, cut costs, and keeps occupants safe and comfortable.
Increase utilization of staff by providing a comprehensive understanding of building systems and maintenance practices. These new skills will deliver savings and increase department credibility.
FOR BUILDING OWNERS
The BOC is offered throughout the U.S. and is recognized by the Federal government as conforming to the Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act. Thanks to a well-rounded knowledge and practical, applicable skills, a BOC graduate saves an average of $20,000 per year in energy alone; not to mention the value driven to the bottom line by improving occupant comfort and productivity.