FRANKFORT, Ky. –(April 9, 2021)– Operating a building isn’t the job it used to be, and investing in technology isn’t enough. A well-trained facilities staff can make a difference in running building operations more efficiently, saving energy and money.
The Kentucky Energy & Environment Cabinet Office of Energy Policy, in partnership with the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) University of Louisville, announce a free, informational webinar, Building Operator Certification – Lunch & Learn Session – KPPC. The 30-minute virtual event is scheduled for April 14, 2021 at 12 pm Eastern. Attendees will be eligible for a $100 discount on tuition for the Kentucky Building Operator Certification Level 1 online/livestream courses hosted through KPPC beginning June 15, 2021. While there is no charge to attend, advance registration is required.
Building Operator Certification (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.
BOC training is ideal for operating engineers, HVAC technicians, heads of maintenance or anyone working with the mechanical system of large commercial or institutional buildings, around 50,000 square feet or larger. Click here to view eligibility requirements for Level I BOC training.
For more information about the Kentucky BOC series, visit https://kppc.org/customized-technical-services/building-operator-certification/