Go Back to School with JSU

It never hurts to have extra education and training under your belt. Jackson Systems makes it easy for contractors and technicians to become zone control certified with our certification programs offered at Jackson Systems University. Increase your opportunities with zone control certification from JSU.

Becoming certified in zone control is easy. Begin with your choice of a first exam and learn the sales and technical side of zone control; how it works, the benefits of zone control to you as a contractor, and reasons to sell zone control. JSU is an online training program, accessible anytime. Complete the training programs when its convenient for you; study material is provided.

In addition to the convenience of Jackson Systems University, our programs are also offered free-of-charge. Don’t let excuses stand in the way, JSU offers everything you need to become zone control certified today!

 

To get started, visit http://jsu.jacksonsystems.com/and click on JSU. From there you’ll see the list of material needed for review before you take an exam. Feel free to print and use the material as you take your exam – our goal is for you to understand zone control, not sharpen your memory skills. Once you complete the exam it will automatically grade your results, so you will immediately know your score. A passing score is 80%. We will be notified once you have passed and will send you a certificate and patch to show off your new certification.

COMPANY CERTIFICATION

List your company as a zone control certified company on our website. This will let homeowners and building owners know that your company is the one to call for zoning. If you believe your company has 75% or more of the field employees scoring over 80% on the zone control exams, please fill out the online form to list your company. In addition to your online listing, we will send you a company zone control certified certificate and patch for each qualified employee. We will also share your company’s success through a media release to the HVAC trade publications.

Updated: August 22, 2011 — 9:38 am

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