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April 16, 2018 / BOC Level II / Idaho

SPECIAL NOTE:  Idaho Power will sponsor half of the $1,375 registration fee, BOC Level 2 Training (7) day course. 

The 50% discount code is: HALFOFF (CAPS & NO SPACES)

Course fee Value:  $1,375

Event Details

BOC Level II consists of seven one-day classes, offering targeted training in equipment troubleshooting and diagnostics, as well as lessons in facilities management. 

Course Schedule

  • 4/16/18 BOC 201 Preventive Maintenance & Troubleshooting Principles
  • 4/17/18 BOC 202 Advanced Electrical Diagnostics
  • 4/18/18 BOC 203 A HVAC Troubleshooting & Maintenance
  • 4/19/18 BOC 203 B HVAC Troubleshooting & Maintenance
  • 5/2/18 BOC 204 HVAC Controls & Optimization
  • 5/3/18 BOC 211 Motors in Facilities
  • 5/4/18 BOC 214 Introduction to Building Commissioning

SUBSTITUTION, TRANSFER AND CANCELLATION POLICY

If you are unable to attend a course for which you have registered, you may substitute another person in your place, or transfer your registration to another date and location without penalty (within the year). Visit www.intboa.org to view a schedule of other dates and locations. No refunds will be provided for registrations canceled within 3 business days of the first course date. A $175 service charge will be assessed for registrations canceled less than 15 days prior to the first course date.


About Building Operator Certification

Building Operator Certification helps building engineers, maintenance supervisors and others in the skilled trades advance their skills in energy efficient operation of commercial buildings.

Since 1996 BOC® has advanced the performance of commercial buildings and the careers of building operators by providing a mix of classroom and hands-on training.

Enroll now to gain essential skills and a professional credential in energy efficient building maintenance. BOC training includes documentation of building equipment, systems and controls; benchmarking the building’s performance; updating occupancy profiles; reviewing HVAC systems and operation; and mapping the facility’s electrical distribution system.

Who This Is For

BOC Level I training is for those with two or more years of experience in building operation and maintenance, who wish to broaden their knowledge of the total building system. BOC Level II is primarily for operators who have been certified at BOC Level I and who want more advanced training.

Questions?

Call or email Clarence Weiting at 208.258.3005 or iboa@intboa.org.

Sponsored by Idaho Power

Earlier Event: March 8
March 8, 2018 / BOC Level II / Utah