Education is one of the driving forces of humankind. It is true for a Recreational Vehicle Service Technician just as it is true for any other high tech or professional career. Despite the increased emphasis on primary, secondary and university education, the knowledge and skills acquired in school are not sufficient for a 3 or 4 decades long professional career. We must continue to learn to keep up with technology that we encounter everyday in our jobs.
RVST.ORG is dedicated to Service Technician training. Here you will find information about how to become a Certified Service Technician and Advanced Product Information (API) programs designed to keep all service technicians up to date with the latest developments in products and technology. These interactive programs are self-paced, engaging and designed to deliver the most knowledge in the shortest time period.
The RV Training Institute at Florida Gateway College, Lake City, FL in partnership with the national RV Dealers Association (RVDA) and the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) offer a distance learning training program for the RV Industry. Video based instruction, delivered via the internet, is ideal for group or individual instruction. Programs for Certification Training and Advanced Product Information are offered.
Mike Molino RV Learning Center provides programs and resources aimed at educating dealers and their employees. Information on all aspects of the dealership, from parts and service to the sales floor can be found here.
Improve Performance and Profitability by attending a Recreational Vehicle Service Training Clinic. These 2 - 4 day intensive workshops are designed to give service technicians the latest in diagnostic trouble shooting tips and techniques to maximize performance value.
Next clinic is November 17-21, 2014 in Montreal Quebec, click here to see more information.