Energy Services Certificate
Lakes Region Community College is among a handful of institutions recognized by the national Building Operator Certification program as a BOC Approved Provider. Because LRCC’s Energy Services Certificate provides comparable curriculum to the BOC Level I training, experienced facility operators who successfully complete this program are awarded the Building Operator Certification.
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Qualified students who successfully complete the Energy Services Certificate are eligible to take the BOC Level I exam and apply for Building Operator Certification. Building Operators going for BOC certification must successfully complete the BOC I training program; earn a passing score on the BOC I exam; and document at least two years' experience in building operations, maintenance or energy management; or at least one year's experience and at least one year technical college education in facilities operation and maintenance.
|ESTC1010L||Building Operations & Systems||11||1|
|ESTC1020L||Building Energy Conservation||11||1|
|ESTC1030L||HVAC Controls & Operation||20||2|
|ESTC1040L||Lighting Theory & Efficiency||11||1|
|ESTC1050L||Indoor Air Quality Theory & Techniques||7||1|
|ESTC1060L||Electrical Systems & Distribution||11||1|
|ESTC1070L||Energy Management Planning||12||1|
|Non-credit short-term courses Total CEUs for Certificate = 8|
The LRCC BOC I program consists of seven short courses over eight full days of training. Typically the BOC courses meet on alternating Fridays in either the Spring (late February - May), or Fall (late August - November). Tuition cost-share funding may be available from NHSaves energy utilities. Lakes Region Community College also offers the advanced BOC Level II training. See the LRCC Energy Training Calendar for BOC training dates and details.