North American Technician Excellence
The NATE office will be closed Friday, March 27th at noon, and reopen on Monday, March 30th at 9:00am EDT.
Should you need additional credits, see our list of online training resources below:
Increase Sales with Air Upgrades (NATE Certified Training – 2 CEU’s)
March 26th • 6:00pm EDT
Presented by NCI
This class teaches HVAC professionals to measure and interpret total external static pressure. The information provided helps you discover and solve hidden airflow problems.
Registration Link - http://info.jacksonsystems.com/nci-air-pressure-2020
Refrigerant Recovery Techniques (NATE Certified Training – 2 CEU’s)
April 9th • 6:00pm EDT
Presented by ETS Group
An in-depth look at the refrigerant recovery process. Step by step techniques to get the job done faster. Recovery tank filling and safety that you may not be aware of.
Registration Link - http://info.jacksonsystems.com/ets-refrigerant-recovery-2020
Premier Wi-Fi (NATE Certified Training – 2 CEU’s)
May 7th • 6:00pm EDT
Presented by Braeburn
As one of the fastest growing controls manufactures in the United States, Braeburn is dedicated to “Quality by Design”. In this class, we will not only learn about their digital and electro-mechanical thermostats, but their humidity controls as well. We will also get a look at their BlueLink Smart Connect technology.
Registration Link - http://info.jacksonsystems.com/braeburn-thermostat-training-2020
The Basics of Zoning (NATE Certified Training – 2 CEU’s)
May 21st • 6:00pm EDT
Presented by Jackson Systems
For many, zoning is an unknown. Our goal is to answer all your questions and give you the confidence to tackle any zoning project. In this class we are going to cover topics like: Airflow mechanics, what homes can be zoned, basic equipment, install tips, and troubleshooting/support.
Registration Link - http://info.jacksonsystems.com/jackson-systems-basics-of-zoning-2020
How to Keep Your Smart Home Secure (NATE Certified Training 2 CEU’s)
June 11th • 6:00pm EDT
In the age of hackers and Ransomware, how can we trust these “Smart” devices? Is there anything I can do to protect my home and Identity? In this class we will be tackling the question of Smart Home Security, and what you can do to help put your homeowner’s minds at ease. Some topics we cover are: two factor authentication, password creation, VPN’s, and email phishing.
Registration Link - http://info.jacksonsystems.com/jackson-smart-homes-training-2020
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