The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) Trouble Shooter Clinic is underway this week at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, Mass.
At these informative and popular clinics, participants learn to quickly diagnose and correct malfunctions in all major systems found in today’s RVs. Industry experts provide attendees with a comprehensive review of major RV components during the sessions, according to a news release.
Each registered attendee receives a detailed Troubleshooter’s Manual including an electronic copy of the Electrical Systems and Propane Systems textbooks to keep for future reference, coffee breaks and a daily luncheon (excluding Friday). A certificate and troubleshooter’s cap are awarded upon completion of the clinic and attendance at all assigned classes.
As a separate activity, the RVDA/RVIA Recreation Vehicle Technician Certification Testing will be offered beginning at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 11. Those interested in sitting for the RV Certification Test must complete a separate registration application. For more information about the application process, please call (703) 591-7130 or visit www.rvtechnician.net.
RVIA has two more Trouble Shooter Clinics scheduled in March (see schedule below). Registration fee is $599 per registrant, or $499 for early-bird registration confirmed 30 days prior to event. For more information or to register, contact RVIA’s Education Department at (703) 620-6003 (ext. 355).
Upcoming Trouble Shooter Clinics
- March 7-11, Ivy Tech Community College, Goshen, Ind. (new campus), early bird registration deadline is today.
- March 28 – April 1, North Seattle Community College, Seattle, Wash., early bird registration deadline is Feb.28.