Washington

Course Schedule

Please note all 2020 courses will be offered remotely. Students will attend classes at scheduled dates and times in a virtual learning environment.

Register now, courses fill quickly. Need a different location or would you like to be notified when new courses are announced? Please sign up for notification, let us know your preferred course location and we will notify you when new locations are added.

Standard National tuition rate is $1,895. Significant discounts are available. Click Register Online to see specific course pricing.

Level I Training

Level 174 hours of training and project work in building systems maintenance. Registering is easy, learn how below.

Online/live stream

via Zoom*

Open to Washington residents

*Orientation 10am-11am on Tuesday 9/22/20, 9am-10am; all other class times 8am-12pm.

Spokane

Location TBA

Dates

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Online/live stream - Sold Out*

In person classes when available

Puget Sound Energy Bothell Office
20000 N. Creek Parkway
Bothell, WA 98011

*This course is full. Sign up to "Get Notifications" for upcoming courses at your preferred location.

Level II Training

Level 261 hours of training and elective coursework in equipment troubleshooting and maintenance. All classes are held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

BEGINNING FALL 2020 — Enhanced BOC Level II coursework prepares building operators to evaluate the operational performance of their buildings with a focus on improving energy efficiency. Operators learn how to collect and analyze building data in order to prepare a building walk-through plan to identify opportunities to improve performance. Optimizing HVAC control systems for energy efficiency is highlighted with an emphasis on equipment sequence of operation and functional testing. Students apply the data collection and analysis steps to their own building through a 5-part set of project assignments completed between class sessions. The course culminates with a Project Peer Exchange day, where students will make short presentations to classmates and the instructor on a scoping report for their building.

NOTE: Specific building information is REQUIRED in order to complete project assignments. See Level II Project Requirements FAQ for details.

The city of Seattle has a building tune up ordinance. BOC Level II training can assist with compliance.  Learn more.

Online/live stream

via Zoom*

Open to Washington residents

*Orientation 10am-11am on Monday, 10/12/20; all other class times 8am-12pm.
Specific building information is REQUIRED for project assignments. See above.