Optimize your building performance with Building Operator Certification
In an effort to advance training opportunities for Kentucky’s workforce while improving energy efficiency to lower costs, the Office of Energy Policy (OEP), the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) University of Louisville, and the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) announce Building Operators Certification (BOC) training, Lexington-Series. Classes begin Aug. 16 at the East Kentucky Power Cooperative, located in Winchester.
The Kentucky BOC training is supported by grant funds awarded by OEP that greatly reduce tuition and make enrollment affordable.
The Level 1 training includes eight, in-class training days focused on HVAC equipment, lighting technology, benchmarking, indoor environmental quality, and low-cost operational strategies.
BOC is a nationally recognized, competency-based program focusing on energy-efficient building operations and preventive maintenance procedures. The program will train facility personnel to understand how their building systems work together, and how to bring them to their most efficient level of operation.
To register or for more information about the BOC energy-efficiency series, contact KPPC, http://kppc.org/customized-technical-services/building-operator-certification/.