Optimize your building’s performance with Building Operator Certification
Running a building isn’t the job it used to be. Building operators and maintenance staff need advanced training and practical experience to understand the complexities and interdependencies of facility energy systems.
To advance training opportunities for Kentucky’s workforce while improving energy efficiency and lowering energy costs, the Energy and Environment Cabinet along with the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) and the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) announce Building Operator Certification (BOC) – a national energy efficient training program for operators and maintenance staff of commercial or institutional buildings.
The training program begins March 28 with the Level I series and includes eight, in-class training days focused on HVAC equipment, lighting technology, benchmarking, indoor environmental quality, and low-cost operational strategies.
To register or for more information on the BOC energy-efficiency training series, visit http://www.boccentral.org/training/kentucky. For a limited time, tuition is greatly subsidized to make enrollment more affordable. Enroll now!
Kentucky’s BOC training initiative is supported with grant funds awarded by the Energy and Environment Cabinet. To learn more about energy efficiency initiatives in Kentucky, contact Lee Colten, Lee.Colten@ky.gov