It’s not too late….

Though the deadline (March 29, 2024) has passed for submitting your maintenance application without incurring late fees, you can still bring your credential up to date.

Applications submitted after March 31st will incur a late fee of $25. Those received after June 30th will be charged a $50 late fee.

If you are interested in renewing your credential but were not able to complete the application requirements by March 29th, please contact our Credential Specialist, Amy Price at She will provide you with all the information necessary for renewing your credential at this time.

Get prepared prior to starting the process:

  1. Check out our Activities and Points Earned Chart to learn about the many options for earning your maintenance points.
  2. Keep track of your points by downloading our BOC Points Tracking Form.

If you believe you are due to complete the application process but have not received anything from us by mid-January, please let us know.

Questions? Check out our Maintenance FAQ, give us a call at 1-877-850-4793 or email us at

Maintaining your BOC Credential

The continuing education of building operators improves their ability to cope with changing technologies, equipment, and practices. To keep your BOC credential current, a building operator must accumulate maintenance points. Five (5) points per year are required for the Level I TCOC or BOC Certification, and 10 points per year for the Level II TCOC.

Maintaining these hard-earned credentials demonstrates your commitment to the profession. Over 75 percent of employers interviewed see BOC training as a positive factor when reviewing resumes. BOC graduates believe their credential confers credibility. Over 90 percent believe it improves job performance.

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