BOC 1009: Building Scoping for Operational Improvement is the final course in the BOC Level I series. Participants will gain an understanding of the concepts for creating a prioritized scope of work and find opportunities for energy saving operational adjustments. Content includes presentations and group discussions, as well as hands-on information gathering and analysis.
BOC 1009 may be taken as stand-alone course or as a course for the Level I Building Operator Certification. For the BOC Level I Training Certification of Completion, BOC 1009 must be completed with BOC 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, and 1006.
By the end of this module, you will be able to
- Differentiate between the types of data necessary for a building scoping.
- Draw a building utility load shapes and identify common problems.
- Use an interval chart to determine the base load and to identify potential energy savings.
- Explain how to create a scoping plan.
- Cite the benefits and outline procedures for conducting a building walkthrough.
- Identify and diagnose causes to common envelope integrity issues found during a building walkthrough.
- Interpret utility data as it relates to building operation.
- Explain the major components of a written scoping report and how they are used to plan a building tune-up project.