Attention RV Association Dealers
Since RV Technicians DON’T Grow on Trees You Must Grow Your Own!
One of the most frustrating things that today’s dealerships are experiencing is finding qualified RV Technicians and other technical staff to handle the backend of the house.RV sales have been great but the technician bottleneck in the Service Department is choking the productivity and damaging reputations of dealerships across the country.
Service Departments are faced with 2 key issues:
2. Who can take these “Hands On” learners and develop them while the Service Department is still trying to run a business. Giving these guys books to read and videos to watch has NOT been getting the job done.
SO WHERE DO YOU GO BUILD YOUR TECHNICAL STAFF?
Mobile RV Academy – Has just released it’s 2017 schedule for its – 5 Day RV Technician Apprenticeship Training Program.
For the last 5 years Mobile RV Academy has traveled across the United States training RV Technicians, RV Inspectors and Campground RV Maintenance Technicians. This 5 Day RV Technician Apprenticeship Training has provided the core knowledge for these Hands On learners to develop their technical skills to be successful.
This RV Maintenance Course consists of Five Days of Hands-On Training Sessions
DAY 1: RV Electrical Systems
Understanding the 3 RV Electrical Systems
Direct Current circuits and their applications
DAY 2: RV Electrical Systems continued
Alternating Current circuits and their applications
Learning to use the Volt Ohm Meter with troubleshooting tips and short cuts with hands-on labs
DAY 3: Propane & Water System
Propane System & Leak Testing with hands-on labs
The 2 RV Water systems – an overview of this city on wheels
DAY 4: RV Appliances
Refrigerators – How they work and how to troubleshoot the most common issues
Air Conditioners – How they work and the things we can do to improve their operations
Hands-on labs on both appliances
DAY 5: RV Appliances continued
Water Heaters – the 2 major brands and how they heat and maintain water temperature
Furnaces – the 3 major brands, how they function and troubleshooting the most common issues
Hands-on labs on appliances
RV Exterior Systems – Slide outs & leveling systems, roofs & sidewalls, and the most common problems
CLICK HERE FOR CLASS LOCATIONS!
The Cost for each Student to attend the 5 Day RV Technician Apprenticeship Training and take home with them their Certificate of Complete, Training manuals of the course material, learning testing procedures like – Propane Leak Test, Hot Skin Electrical Test, Delta T Air Conditioner test and more. Plus, the BONUS Tools they will have learned to use (Amp clamp Volt Ohm Meter, 0-35” WC – Manometer LP gas pressure tester and a GFCI polarity tester) is $1,644.00
*To maximize the Hands On Learning process we strongly suggest the students bring an RV that they can stay in at the campground so they can utilize the RV as their lodging but also their labs.
Do not continue to let your Service Department suffer because of LACK OF KNOWLEDGE when 5 days can be the tipping point from LOSS to GAIN!
For Questions or to Reserve the seat for your technician(s) to attend please contact: Terry Cooper – The Texas RV Professor @ 254 715-7388 cell – by email TexasRVProfessor@Gmail.com – or leave a message below.