Building Operator Certification (BOC®) is an ENERGY STAR® award-winning professional development and certification program focusing on energy efficiency, prolonging equipment life, and delivering cost savings through preventive maintenance. The BOC® program was created by the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council (NEEC).
Attend Level I if you are a building operator with a minimum of two years of experience in operations and maintenance, a building engineer, maintenance technician, stationary engineer, operations or maintenance supervisor, facility coordinator, HVAC technician, electrician, operations tech, or if you perform "hands on" work in facility operations and maintenance.
Completion of the BOC Level I program provides 74 hours of professional education (7.4 IACET CEUs) in building operation and maintenance.
CERTIFICATION EXAM (not included in course price):
Applicants wishing to get their BOC Certification and become a Certified Building Operator (CBO) must pass a Certification exam. To qualify for the exam, you must meet the following eligibility requirements and you must submit documentation of education and training experience:
- High School Diploma or equivalent degree
- Completion of BOC Level I training
BOC I SUBSIDY:
As our long standing partner for the BOC program, Hawaii Energy will be offering registration subsidy to eligible applicants. Please complete the application form and email it to email@example.com by February 8. We will review your application and send out the notification by mid February.
Application Form: http://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/professional/forms/spring2019bocapp.pdf