Building Operators are responsible for day-to-day maintenance and operation of large buildings. These buildings have complex heating, mechanical and electrical systems, which offer excellent opportunities for significant energy savings. Below are many examples of the ways the Building Operator Certification training can lead to:
One of the benefits of the BOC course format is that it’s broken up into modules and rolled out over 9 days (1-2 days per week), allowing professionals to maintain their workload, digest the new information, and get the most out of the training material. Learn more about this training agenda and find an upcoming session.
These profiles show Building Operators and teams who have learned skills to improve their operations and facility efficiency.
University of Montana
This Associate Director – Engineering and Utilities at the University of Montana says “when you hear nothing, that is an extremely good compliment”. Find out why.
Clark Fork Valley Hospital
Watch to find out why this Facilities and Maintenance Manager sends his entire team to BOC training, how their learnings are applied to the facility, the value of the training, and annual savings recorded.
In this profile, the Facilities Maintenance Supervisor talks about the BOC’s project assignment and why he chose a particular facility so he could apply learnings directly to his facility.
Learn how the BOC training addresses the skills of building engineers and building operators and what they’re dealing with on a daily basis. Plus, how a BOC certification can appeal to employees.
Seattle Mariners’ Safeco Field
Learn how the BOC training helped this HVAC Lead Building Engineer transition from short-term maintenance to a long-term maintenance strategy, plus the benefits of the course format.
Video credit: Northwest Energy Efficiency Council (NEEC)
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COVID-19 Information for CIET Fall 2020 Training Calendar – CIET Goes Virtual!
Last Updated: September 18, 2020
With more than 60 virtual real-time courses offered since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis under our belt, and based on feedback received from more than 600 participants, CIET is happy to inform that all public training sessions offered in the fall of 2020 will be delivered through virtual real-time classrooms.
This will allow everyone to continue accessing CIET training in a safe manner, which protects both our participants and our trainers, regardless of what happens in the fall. You can register for these virtual courses in confidence, knowing that they will provide the same quality of training that you expect from CIET. These real-time training sessions will be available to all participants across Canada, and abroad.
You can find more information about CIET’s virtual training approach:
Through all these measures, CIET hopes to provide as much flexibility as possible to training participants while respecting its commitments to other participants, trainers and partners, as well as public health recommendations.
We thank you very much for your trust and collaboration and look forward to welcoming you in our virtual classrooms!
The CIET Team