The BOC program is excited to announce a course starting February 19th in Laconia, NH. The following information is shared via our Approved Provider there, Lakes Region Community College.
We are preparing for another successful Building Operator Certification class starting February 19 at Lakes Region Community College in Laconia. Join the NH facility managers and energy professionals who are reducing building energy costs with their BOC training at LRCC.
Spring 2016 Building Operator Certification Training
We cover a range of smart energy management topics in 8 days:
Feb. 19 Building Operations & Systems
Mar. 4 Building Energy and Conservation
Mar. 18 Lighting Theory & Efficiency
April 1 Electrical Systems & Distribution
April 15 & 22 HVAC Controls & Operation I & II
May 6 Indoor Air Quality Theory & Techniques
May 20 Energy Management Planning
Gain insight about your facility’s energy systems, and develop energy saving recommendations. Experienced facilities management staff who successfully complete this program are awarded the nationally recognized Building Operator Level I Certification.
Eligible New Hampshire customers of Eversource, Unitil, NHEC or Liberty Utilities are eligible to receive a 50% tuition award, reducing the tuition from $1,480 to $740. Please confirm eligibility before registering.
Please reply or click on LRCC Energy Calendar for registration details, including a Spring’16 BOC registration form. Also, our BPI Building Analyst energy auditor class starts Mar. 24.
For more information contact Andy Duncan, Energy Training Manager, Lakes Region Community College, tel. 603-366-5329, www.lrcc.edu/energy
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I’am not able to attend this spring 2016 building certificate training program but would like to know when you would be offering this course again? I’am would really enjoy this program. Look forward to hearing back from you!
David- Sorry you won’t be able to attend in the Spring, but LRCC usually offers a Fall course as well. Please email Andrew Duncan firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be able to let you know of the next course they are planning. Thanks so much for your interest in the BOC program!
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