Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Building Operator Certification (BOC) courses at Rose State College in Oklahoma City open the door to a fast growing profession that can save a company tens of thousands of dollars per year, per facility.
Annual energy savings from BOC graduates throughout the United States is documented to be between $12,000 to $20,000 per facility.
Together with the South-Central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER), Rose State's program will last 4-6 months, designed to teach participants competence in locating building equipment, distribution pathways, and control points; calculating facility energy consumption; critiquing HVAC systems operation; and, sketching a facility’s electrical distribution system.
Courses include eight days of instruction with an exam each day, five projects completed between classes, small class size (typically 25) for more individualized instruction, culminating in nationally recognized certification from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council. Subjects include Energy Efficient Operation of HVAC Systems, measuring & benchmarking energy performance, efficient lighting fundamentals, HVAC control fundamentals, indoor environmental quality, common opportunities for low-cost operational improvement, with supplemental subjects decided by students and instructors.
To sign up call 405.733.7488 or visit http://www.rose.edu/boc. Save over $300 now by being one of the first 15 to register before September 16. The discounted rate is $1,695 per student. Seating is limited.
About Rose State College:
Rose State College in Oklahoma City is a two-year degree-granting institution located just minutes away from downtown Oklahoma City, right off Interstate 40 and Hudiburg Drive. Rose State College is the only two-year institution in the United States that offers all six levels of federal cyber security certification, and is a leading state school in nursing, paralegal training, business and other college degrees at an affordable cost.